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Friday, March 21, 2008
Hercules property could be next Belden Village

CANTON The Hercules project, featuring exhibition, retail, office and residential space, potentially could be the largest local project since Belden Village became Stark County's shopping Mecca.

  • Hercules project moves ahead  
  • Interview with developer Bob Timken  
  • Video tour of former Hercules plant  

Friday, Mar 21, 2008
Overhaul at Canton plant

Hercules Engine Co. site to be redeveloped for $178 million; state will help fund

Friday, Mar 21, 2008
Sun is shining on Hercules plans

State officials, agreeing with developer Bob Timken, envision a bright, profitable future for the sprawling, long-vacant former Hercules Engine plant.

Thursday, March 20, 2008
Tax credits to help Hercules project get off the ground

State tax credits will help clear the way for the $178 million Hercules development project, which will include exhibition, office, retail and residential space.

Thursday, March 20, 2008
Canton Mayor William Healy has announced plans for a convention center with retail, residential, and office space just south of downtown

The $178 million project will sit on the site of the former Hercules Engine Plant, which spans 26 acres. 

Mar 8, 2007
Ray Lewis Helps Unveil New 'Gateway South Project'

The drive along Baltimore City's Russell Street on the way to 295 and I-95 will soon be getting some scenic additions.  

Mayor Dixon Announces Selection of Cormony Development Team for
Gateway South Project

$200 million project will include more than 800,000 square feet of retail, business and recreation space; Ray Lewis to build education and mentoring center.



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