Shake Shack Coming to Cleveland Sooner than Planned

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In February, we learned the exciting news that Shake Shack would be planting a flag in Cleveland if and when the mixed-use, high-rise development NuCLEus ever materialized.

Today we learn of more concrete plans.



Shake Shack just announced that it will be opening a location at the Pinecrest development – Ohio’s first – by the spring of 2018. Located on Harvard Road at I-271, Pinecrest is the new mixed-use district from Fairmount Properties to be filled with shops, restaurants, boutiques, entertainment, hotel, residences and office space.

The Pinecrest Shake Shack will offer all the classics, including the ShackBurger, crinkle-cut fries and handmade shakes, plus a selection of frozen custard concretes in collaboration with local food purveyors.



Shake Shack’s burgers are made with fresh 100-percent hormone- and antibiotic-free Angus beef.

Since the original Shack opened in 2004 in NYC’s Madison Square Park, the company has expanded to more than 80 locations in 18 U.S. States and the District of Columbia, and more than 50 international locations including London, Istanbul, Dubai, Tokyo, Moscow, Seoul and more.

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