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  1. The Mayerson's non-profit is located there but I am sure they also run their real estate company out of that office.
  2. That's not going to happen on a zero lot line unless you get a no-build easement.
  3. Are you sure it isn't merely selective interior demolition?
  4. Residents have referred to Mt. Adams as "the Hill" for a long time. I don't think anyone is trying to formally brand it that way right now.
  5. Yes, and as a consolation prize for yanking the streetcar funds, Kasich pushed forward the MLK project. Possibly.
  6. It's a fact that when he was elected, Kasich approached some Cincinnati business leaders and said something along the lines of "I am not going to fund the streetcar. What do you guys want? Ft. Washington Way caps?" And the response was, "No, we want the MLK interchange."
  7. Some of my go-to spots that have opened in the last couple years: 8th & English Pleasantry Sacred Beast Please
  8. They probably have a firm commitment for financing and will be closing by the end of the year. That would mean it is just a matter of paperwork at this point.
  9. JohnClevesSymmes

    COAST

    Are you sure it wasn't the recently created Brian Shrive parody account?
  10. No developer is perfect, but Towne Properties recently renovated the church adjacent to its office in Mt. Adams to create a solid event venue. Its commercial property on St. Gregory is almost fully occupied, including backfilling office space after Empower moved to OTR, and all of its property is in good repair as far as I can tell. One developer is not responsible for keeping a neighborhood hip. As for Fountain Place, it is a shame there was not more momentum ahead of Macy's and Tiffany's departure. It does sound like there are multiple stakeholders which always complicates things. And large projects, subsidy or no, take time.
  11. ^Whatever happened to the enquirer or the courier publishing the list of local projects applying for state historic tax credits? This article references 4 projects but only names 2.
  12. I am sure there are many factors but I'll throw out one: Vanderbilt University
  13. I would LMAO if the former Don Pablo's space became a Bakersfield. We have too many breweries but it would make a great brewery.
  14. Weren't both endorsed by the Green Party?
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