A Euclid home that the city has tried to tear down on two separate occasions is being remodeled, and neighbors aren't pleased with the nuisance property with nine lives.
The house sits on the 28270 block of Lakeshore Boulevard and has sat empty since nearly burning to the ground back in 2014.
Residents are sick of it.
"We're tired of it. It's an eyesore. It's unsafe," said Candace Carmichael, a neighbor who lives nearby.
Carmichael said she raised concerns about the property at city hall over the years, but they have fallen on deaf ears.
The owner's attorney said his client is working to bring the property up to code.
This is part of News 5's 'Cleveland Abandoned' – a series like you’ve never seen on the state of vacant properties in Cleveland and how it impacts our city. This in-depth look will expose the scope and history of the problem. You will also hear from people and organizations working tirelessly to make their neighborhoods better. Lastly, “Cleveland Abandoned” will detail how we can work together to combat challenges, uncover solutions and improve our community.