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  1. Cool data!--whats the source? EDIT: Looks like its Census 3-year estimates?
  2. And there could be developments that we haven’t even heard of that could break ground even sooner
  3. There would be great irony to building a jail along the ‘opportunity’ corridor
  4. Oh this one sounds good... a certificate of disclosure has had been filed with the city between paramount-breakwater properties (seller) and sustainable community associates (buyer) for the purchase of a property at 1200 west 58th street...the abandoned Westinghouse tower
  5. I can attest to the fact that USAA's investment management tends to underperform
  6. That is not particularly exciting, but I did see a presentation of a much more interesting version of this. In that example, future grocery stores may have a much more limited customer area where people scan images of the products they wish to buy and when they proceed to check out, a worker (or machine) has gathered and bagged all of the purchased items in the back. This would mean the majority of the store would be comprised of warehouse rather than customer aisles.
  7. If the lack of parking were such a hinderance to the flats, they wouldn’t be building more restaurants and housing. They’re doing just fine.
  8. Didn’t they do this last year also? This doesn’t sound worrying
  9. The May company clock is lit up internally this morning. That’s a new sight
  10. There was an article months ago in which the judges were describing how they want to keep the justice center downtown or in a transit-accessible location because they must be free and open to the public. Having their input is a good thing.
  11. In response to your either/or, I would present you with another scenario. That the initial mix of uses didn’t pencil out and the developer has shifted to a new mix of uses to make it work. But that it takes time to rework a large project like this.
  12. Here I am patiently waiting for 5-year ACS data to come out (which was December 6), and I report back on 1-year estimates. haha
  13. The 2017 one-year population estimates for cleveland came out. It shows the city with a population of 385,552. This is a loss of 258 residents from 2016 when the population was 385,810. Consider that in 2012 the estimated population was 390,923, a loss of 2,881 people from the 2011 population of 393,804. Consider also that the total number of households in the City has been INCREASING steadily since 2012. (Smaller households is the major reason for the difference). In 2012 the city had 162,717 households. Today it has 171,717.
  14. I don’t think we know yet that this project is done just yet. Stark may not have been counting on this tax credit to move forward,
  15. In what way? It doesn’t seem that much different than coastal taco to me?
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