From The Cleveland Plain Dealer: The Cleveland school district could save $18 million over the next 10 years by moving from its longtime headquarters to rented offices downtown. Consultants hired by the district believe renting offices also would be cheaper than renovating space in the closed South or East high schools. The district's East Sixth Street offices were built 85 years ago.MARCH 2011...From The Cleveland Plain Dealer: The Cleveland school district is considering whether to sell its downtown headquarters. The property's potential value is not lost on a school system scratching for cash, but official don't have a plan for where employees would move. The six-story, 161,672-square-foot structure is laid out inefficiently and requires extensive repairs, interim Chief Executive Officer Peter Raskind says.