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About CentroVilla25

CentroVilla25 promises to showcase the Hispanic community within the vibrant tapestry of Northeast Ohio for decades to come. CentroVilla25 will be a top-of-mind destination place in the region.

With your support, CentroVilla25 will catalyze economic impact through

• job creation and business development,

• growing a thriving local economy, and

• a creative place-making that celebrates the Latino culture.

CentroVilla25 is critical to preserve the character of the Clark-Fulton community of Cleveland and ensure Latino and other small business owners have the opportunity for creating wealth.

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CentroVilla25 embodies the long-cultivated collective vision for a vibrant, authentic, and inclusive Latino cultural district in the heart of the Clark-Fulton neighborhood that will serve as both an anchor and a magnet..

Our CULTURE

The Tapestry Of Northeast Ohio Includes The Vibrancy Of Hispanics. The Culture Is Beautiful And Magnetic.

Centrovilla25 Unites The Old, The New And The Future Of Art & Crafts, Food & Drink, Health & Well-being, And Year-round Celebrations With Family, Friends And The Opportunity To Make New Friends.

In Cleveland, Puerto Ricans make up the largest part of the Spanish-speaking population. Mexicans are the second largest but there are growing communities from Peru, Guatemala, Nicaragua and Colombia and other countries.
Our COMMUNITY
The Clark-Fulton Neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio is made up of residents, businesses and workers. CentroVilla25’s authentic, distinctive character unites all under one roof. All who live and work here and visitors to our great city will experience the synergy.
40%
of respondents indicated that a café or dine-in restaurant was the number one business missing from their community.
20%
of respondents indicated that event/community gathering space, grocery store, and retail shops were missing from their community.

OUR COMMERCE

The mission of La Villa Hispana is to be the economic and cultural center district of the Hispanic community in Greater Cleveland. CentroVilla25 is the foundational development within district.

“When I think about CentroVilla25, I share that my mom was a natural entrepreneur that cleaned houses and sold food. If she would have had the opportunity to have a space at an affordable price and the tools to help her business grow, our economic status would’ve been different; we possibly would not have struggled as much. We would have been able to build wealth!”

– Jasmin Santana

Cleveland City Councilwoman Ward 14 & Majority Whip

Economic Impact from Construction and Operation

NEOHCED will provide technical assistance and expert business guidance to ensure the success of CV25 businesses and generate the economic potential of the CV25 project: JOBS, REVENUES AND TAXES

Average Annual Employment Cumulative Labor Income Cumulative Value Added Cumulative Output Cumulative State and Local Taxes Cumulative Federal Tax
Construction and Renovation (2018‐2019)

Cleveland

46 jobs $6.0M $7.9M $12.6M $0.3M $0.9M

Cuyahoga County

56 jobs $7.2M $10.0M $15.8M $0.6M $1.3M

Ohio

86 jobs $10.2M $15.4M $28.4M $1.1M $2.1M
Operation (2020‐2026)

Cleveland

119 jobs $26.9M $38.0M $50.4M $2.4M $4.1M

Cuyahoga County

146 jobs $35.4M $56.7M $87.5M $5.6M $7.3M

Ohio

189 jobs $43.6M $67.7M $114.7M $5.8M $9.8M

Source: https: //engagedscholarship.csuohio.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=2567&context= urban_facpub

Participate in a one hour virtual or in
person CentroVilla25 Project Briefing
The briefing will give you an in depth look at the projects, its impact and full scope. This is a great
way to get intimate with this transformation initiative. Click on the links below to sign up for a
Briefing.
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About the Capital Campaign

Total CV25 Cost: $10.2 Million

Construction Cost: $9.7M + Endowment $500K

The Goal of The CV25
Capital Campaign = $4.5M

CV25 Price Tag per Section/Feature

THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROUS ATTENTION. WE HOPE YOU CONSIDER MAKING A CONTRIBUTION TO CENTROVILLA25!

NEOHCED is a 501(c)3 nonprofit EIN #34-1805510. Your gift may qualify as a charitable contribution. Consult with your tax adviser.

CV25 Price Tag per Section/Feature
Cost Estimates
MarketPlace + Galleria
$5,150,000
Specialty Grocer
$590,000
Commercial Kitchen
$2,005,000
Community + Economic Development + Resource Center
$590,000
Construction Costs Sub-Total
$9,655,000
Endowment/Operating Reserve
$500,000
TOTAL
$10,155,000
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This elite group of donors believe in the legacy and investment that CentroVilla25 represents for our community. POWER100 is a group of 100+ leaders that pledge a minimum of $5,000 towards the campaign. Pledge commitments can be paid over a maximum of 36 months. That’s less than $140 a month. There will be various recognition features for the POWER100 leaders, including name recognition on the donor wall @ CentroVilla25.
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Opportunities
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CENTROVILLA25 CAPITAL CAMPAIGN HOST COMMITTEE
Diana Centeno-Gomez
Community Leader
Paul Dolan
Cleveland Guardians MLB
José Féliciano, Sr.
Community Leader, Retired Attorney
David Gilbert
Destination Cleveland &
Greater Cleveland Sports
Commission
Chris Gorman
KeyBank
Kathryn Hall
Jack’s Entertainment
Nancy Hutchinson
The Sherwin-Williams Company President and General Manager, MidWestern Division
Alex Johnson
Cuyahoga Community
College
Len Komoroski
Rock Entertainment Group/Cleveland Cavaliers
Ray Leach
JumpStart, Inc
Kareem Maine
General Motors
Adrian Maldonado
Adrian Maldonado & Associates Inc
Dr. Don Malone
The Cleveland Clinic
Randell McShepard
RPM International
Juan Molina Crespo
Consultamos, LLC
Mario Peña
Ernst & Young
Dick Pogue
Jones Day
Maria Pujana
Community Leader, Business Owner, Retired MD and Professor
Carrie Rosenfelt
Huntington Bank
José Vasquéz
Quez Media Marketing
Lorraine Vega
Community Leader, Retired, Philanthropic Foundation
José Villanueva
Community Leader, Retired Judge, Common Pleas Court
CENTROVILLA25 CAPITAL CAMPAIGN STEERING COMMITTEE
Maureen Dee
Diana Gueits
Luis Cartagena
Jessica Cartagena
Esbeey Madera
Mari Elena Galindo
Samuel Noyola
Joe Faulhaber
Irwin Lowenstein
Joseline Menjivar
Martin Sweeney
Cuyahoga County Council District 3
Jasmin Santana
Cleveland City Council Ward 14 and Majority Whip Leader
Maria Spangler
Amanda Mendez
Millie Caraballo
Carmen Verhosek*
Maggie Rivera Tuma*
Sara Jo Smith*
Irwin Caraballo*
Jose Vasquez*
John Slavik*
Irwin Lowenstein*
Elizabeth Marengo*
Ezequiel Rodriguez*
Mario Pena*
Rene Polin*
Marco Grgurevic**
Patrick Espinosa**
Richard Estremera**
Richard Levitz**
Myra Rosario**
Corey James**
* NEO Hispanic Business Center Board

** NEO Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Board
CENTROVILLA25 CAPITAL CAMPAIGN LEADERSHIP TEAM
Jenice Contreras
Executive Director, NEOHBCED
Anya Kulcsar
Chief of Real Estate, Northwest Neighborhoods CDC
Lorraine Vega
Co-Chair, CV25 Capital Campaign
José Féliciano, Sr.
Co-Chair, CV25 Capital Campaign
Gladys Santiago
Capital Campaign Managing Consultant
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La Villa Hispana (“La Villa”) embodies the long-cultivated collective vision for a vibrant, authentic, and inclusive Latino cultural district in the heart of the Clark-Fulton neighborhood that will serve as both an anchor and a magnet.