Rocky River Ohio Shopping
Dynabkd rating 5 out of 5 for a wonderful experience visiting the Cleaveland area, I knew I had to buy a new mattress when I returned from Florida with my husband who recently fell ill. After stopping by the shop to buy some groceries, I was immediately greeted by Harry who was very friendly, informative and patient.
He understood my budget, worked a lot with an incredible amount of incentives, and was able to direct me to the right mattress that worked for me, not just them.
He answered every single question I and my wife had, and let's just say we had a lot of them. He treated us like two normal people, did not push us, experienced pain - freely and unequivocally.
They are a bit more expensive than the basics, but they also seem to be high quality and look good. Westgate is one of the following stores in Rocky River, Ohio located on the west side of the city, just blocks from the Ohio State University campus. Other stores include Wal-Mart, Walgreens, Target, Walmart, Kroger and a number of other big box stores.
When the Federal Republic of Germany closed in 1969, Higbee's took over the new Federal Department Store space, while Atlantic Spartan opened another location from 1969 to 1972. Dillard's then bought Horne's and took over the business, creating what is now Westgate Shopping Centre and its current location. In 1984, Cleveland real estate developer Cushman & Wakefield took over the complex and began renovating and rebuilding to appeal to higher-income buyers. In early 2004, they had abolished all non-clothing items and merged them into a single business, which they finally closed at the end of March 2005.
In the 1990s, the complex's decline as a revitalized downtown Cleveland and recession took their toll on the struggling economy. This year, Pittsburgh bought the mall - Joseph Horne & Co. - a new six-theater theater was built, and the Promenade Food Court was added as a replacement for the original theater. Kohl's built a two-story store next to the boardwalks that temporarily boosted the ailing mall's fortunes, but the aging mall eventually continued its downward trend.
At the end of May 2005, a major refurbishment was announced, which was to transform the centre into a "lifestyle open-air centre."
The salesman asked me a few questions about my mattress preferences and in one minute the entire showroom was reduced to just two mattresses. I helped out there and simply chose one of the recommendations, which was significantly more expensive than the other 2, but still much cheaper than a standard mattress.