CLEVELAND - A historic Cleveland building already helping those in need is
making changes to help the environment.
A nearly $9 million renovation project on Cogswell Hall has the building going green. The building will include low-run faucets, green landscaping, CFL lighting, and more.
Besides being energy efficient, the building will also provide quality homes for 40 low-income individuals.
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