Hemingway Development began the campus in 2010 with 6700 Euclid, a $25M, 128,000 SF, LEED-Certified newly constructed building. 6700 Euclid is the recipient of a $10.7M HUD 108 Loan, JRS Grant, and New Market Tax Credits. Prior to construction, the site was a vacant brownfield and home to a former car dealership and abandoned bookstore. Hemingway remediated the property and it has received both a No Further Action and Covenant Not To Sue from the Ohio EPA. The building is home to long term tenants such as JumpStart, Cleveland HeartLab, Chamberlain College of Nursing, Cleveland Eye Bank, and University Hospital that include sophisticated spaces of laboratories, clean rooms, simulation hospital facilities, and advanced technologies.