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  1. They are investing quite a bit of money renovating 6 floors. Would seem like a waste if it was just temporary. I wonder if they are still planning to do there new headquarters.
  2. From reading the article and listening to the podcast, it sounds like retail will wrap the entire first floor in retail and office space will be put in the 2nd and 3rd floors. Then at some point down the road a residential tower could be built on top. It is clear they are not tearing down the structure and rebuilding.
  3. The Q? I thought it was called The Gund?
  4. While not exciting, it's 2 less store fronts that need to be filled. There are lots of available in WH and these help fill some the voids.
  5. What ever happened to the special taxing district? Seems like the most logical approach.
  6. One my argue NYC become what it is today because John D. Rockefeller moved the standard oil company from Cleveland to NYC. Could Cleveland have become a city that rivals NYC had the standard oil company remained in Cleveland? Probably...
  7. ^ i saw the signs today and thought it was a bit strange and disappointing.
  8. this is not true...... and you are on this forum....
  9. I flew out Monday and the amount of cars at the ez park was insane. It looked like the entire lot was filled. Even the way back right corner.
  10. There are glass buildings that are 20 years old and still look great. So no. Yes you are missing something. The owner refuses to put any money into rehabbing the building and bringing it up to today's standards.
  11. The owner has time and time again refused to make major renovations to the building. I would be surprised if the current owner would tare the building down and build a new hotel, at a huge cost. So the building would need to be sold. Is there a record of sale? Seems to good to be true.
  12. make the money... then do what you want after, aka open the restaurant after you have a steady stream of money coming in from the chips and can afford for the restaurant to fail. I spoke to a bar owner who owns several successful bars and he was telling me about a new concept. He said i have money now so i do do things that are fun to me and if it fails it doesn't matter.
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