Ha ha, “INDIANS WI”. Stands for WIFF this year instead of WIN.
But anyway, that’s awesome and thanks for posting. You should put it in the NuCLEus thread so you can get “likes” there too.
Those three buildings will have a tremendous impact on making the view “more city” from so many angles. Exciting!
Furthermore, the rumored tower on the Hippodrome site would show up just to the left of the AT&T building.
Geis’s rumored condo tower on the old New York spaghetti house will also impact the view from Progressive.
Between those and Lumen there might be 5 cranes in view from the ballpark.
Might be one reason why we're seeing so many new out-of-state license plates coming especially from the so-called "expensive states"....
A couple of patterns stand out. For one, prices can explain a lot about the regional distribution of good jobs. You need to earn more in expensive places to stay above the median wage. The metropolitan areas around Austin, Tex., and Cleveland have roughly the same total employment. But living in Cleveland is cheaper. So while only 18.5 percent of Austin’s jobs offer good wages to workers without college degrees, opportunity jobs account for 30 percent of Cleveland’s employment.
Where the Good Jobs Are
For people without a college degree, finding work that offers decent pay can be a challenge. The solution may require a change in scenery.