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Richard E. Jacobs

For other people named Richard Jacobs, see Richard Jacobs (disambiguation).

Richard E. "Dick" Jacobs (June 16, 1925 – June 5, 2009) was the chairman and chief executive officer of The Richard E. Jacobs Group,[1] a real estate development company that he co-founded with his brother David H. Jacobs. The company builds and leases shopping centers, offices, and hotels. Among its properties are Key Tower and Westgate Mall in Cleveland, Ohio, and Triangle Town Center in Raleigh, North Carolina. His company also built Westland Mall, Northland Mall, and Eastland Mall in Columbus, Ohio.

Along with his brother David H. Jacobs,[2] Jacobs was also well known for owning the Cleveland Indians from 1986 to 1999. Progressive Field, formerly Jacobs Field, in Cleveland bore his family name from its opening in 1994 until early 2008.

Jacobs also owned the Pier House Resort[3] on Duval Street in Key West, Florida.[4]

Jacobs died on June 5, 2009 after a long illness.[5]

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External links

  • The Richard E. Jacobs Group
  • Encyclopedia of Cleveland article about Richard's brother David and the Jacobs Group
  • Ocker, Sheldon. Akron Beacon Journal, 5 June 2009.
  • Hevesi, Dennis. The New York Times, 6 June 2009.


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