CLEVELAND — KRA Management has acquired the Galleria and Tower at Erieview in downtown Cleveland. The purchase price was not disclosed, but local media report the sales price was approximately $17 million. The property includes a 760,339-square-foot office tower and a 93,663-square-foot retail center. The 40-story property is the fourth-tallest building in Cleveland and features amenities such as a 40,000-square-foot YMCA fitness facility. The retail portion of the property includes a two-story retail center and a food hall. Bryan Rosenberg, Patrick Shields, Jaime Fink, Jeffrey Bramson, John Merrill and Doug Rodio of HFF represented the seller, RAIT Financial Trust of Philadelphia, and procured the buyer. Last summer, the Tower was 45 percent leased while the Galleria was 60 percent leased, according to the Plain Dealer. KRA Management is a family-owned and operated real estate development and property management business that was founded by James Kassouf.