CLEVELAND, OH — Everstream, a provider of fiber, data center and high-speed networking services to enterprise businesses throughout Northeast Ohio, will provide high-speed, fiber-based broadband network services to both retail and residential occupants of the 100,000-square-foot, five-story Fairmont Creamery building currently under redevelopment in Cleveland’s Tremont neighborhood. The Creamery is slated to open in late 2014.

“We are really excited to be working with Everstream to bring the fastest residential Internet service to The Creamery,” said Josh Rosen, one of the three partners of Oberlin, Ohio-based developer Sustainable Community Associates. “The Everstream network will be a significant asset for both our residents and businesses.”

Fiber Connections for Residents and Businesses
Everstream will provide direct 100 Mbps fiber-based, broadband Internet service to both Fairmont Creamery’s commercial tenants and 30 residential units of the five-story building. That’s 10 to 20 times faster than the speed available from the neighborhood’s commercial providers. Commercial customers will have the opportunity to connect to Everstream’s network at speeds up to 10 Gbps.

“The Creamery project is a perfect example of how developers and managers of mixed-use, multi-dweller properties gain a competitive advantage by providing future-proof, highest-capacity Everstream solutions with best-in-class service,” said Brett Lindsey, president of Everstream.