The Holiday Inn – North Randall is an abandoned hotel adjacent to the now-demolished Randall Park Mall in Randall Park, Ohio.
The ten-story, 300-room Holiday Inn – North Randall 3 opened in October 1972 4 as phase one of the five-phase development of Randall Park Mall by the DeBartolo Corporation. 2 All five stages for Randall Park Mall was projected to cost $235 million and sprawl over 160 acres. 3
The Holiday Inn – North Randall became a Days Inn in 1988 and then a Days Hotel before closing in 1991. In 1998, the village of Randall Park purchased the vacant Holiday Inn with plans to transform it into a new Village Hall. 1
The abandoned hotel was sold to an affiliate of Industrial Commercial Properties Corp. of Solon and Industrial Realty Group of California on October 6, 2016. 5 The pair plan to raze the building and sell sites on the five-acre parcel to food-related and other retailers.
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- Morona, Joey. “North Randall: Village of 850 close to collapse.” Cleveland Plain-Dealer, 17 Aug. 2008.
- Froelich, Larry. “A mall to top all malls.” Akron Beacon Journal, 10 Aug. 1976, pp. A14-A15.
- Kuebler, Joseph E. “DeBartolo: Mall Means 3,500 Jobs.” Akron Beacon Journal, 8 Mar. 1973, A1.
- Kiebler, Joseph E. “North Randall Project Unveiled.” Akron Beacon Journal, 7 Mar. 1973, p. 1.
- Bullard, Stan. “North Randall hotel sold for Amazon-linked redevelopment.” Crain’s Cleveland Business, 9 Oct. 2017.
- Sabath, Donald. “DeBartolo Ready to Build Giant Center in N. Randall.” Plain-Dealer [Cleveland] 9 Feb. 1973: 1, 10. Print.