The following projects have either opened in downtown Youngstown within the last six months or are
The following projects have either opened in downtown Youngstown within the last six months or are scheduled to open in the next six months.
A high-end hamburger restaurant, wine bar, office space and apartments are planned in the Gallagher Building, where Cedar’s Lounge will close as a result.
Dooney’s Downtown Grill & Bar opened at 50 E. Federal St.
End of the Tunnel bar and eatery opened at 100 E. Federal St.
Erie Terminal Place, an apartment complex, opened at 112 W. Commerce St.
Grey Land Galleries opened at West Boardman and South Phelps streets.
The owners of imbibe martini bar will open a craft beer and high-end scotch and whisky bar on the second floor of its location at 124 W. Federal St.
Lemon Grove relocated and expanded to 110 W. Federal St.
The National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute opened at 236 W. Boardman St.
O’Donold’s Irish pub opened about three months ago at 122 W. Federal St.
The former Paramount Theatre will be demolished after efforts to save its facade were deemed too expensive.
A pizzeria is planned for 17 W. Federal St.
Sugar Plum bakery/luncheonette is planned to open in the former Two Guys Clothing store at 107 W. Federal St.
Two Girls Clothing opened Monday at 20 Federal Place.
Tyler Mahoning Valley History Center at 325 W. Federal St.
University Circle, at the corner of Elm Street and Madison Avenue.
The Wick Building at 34 W. Federal St. was acquired by property developer Dominic Marchionda, who intends to build about 40 housing units in the 13-story building.
Youngstown Club on East Commerce Street is scheduled to close.
Youngstown Nation, a boutique-style consignment shop, opened on North Phelps Street.