Ohio dealership breaks ground on new facility

Rock-N-Roll City Harley-Davidson in Cleveland has broken ground on a new 40,000-square-foot dealership.

Owner Mark Davis told The Plain Dealer that the new location, which will sit on more than five acres, will cost $4 million to $4.5 million to build. The new facility will offer more space for events. It’s expected the dealership will move next summer.

The new location is near the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and in an area where an auto group has also committed to an expansion.

Davis also owns Mad River Harley-Davidson in Sandusky, Rubber City Harley-Davidson in Cuyahoga Falls and Adventure Harley-Davidson in Dover.

To read more about the new Rock-N-Roll Harley-Davidson from The Plain Dealer, click here.

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