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  1. For what it's worth. Toby Keith’s ‘I Love this Bar & Grill’ to open in Bossier City http://www.arklatexhomepage.com/story/toby-keiths-i-love-this-bar-grill-to-open-in-bossi/d/story/fqdA6ReTikWnAafim8Tn9w
  2. First off, WELCOME HOME and thank you for your service! :-) :clap: Secondly, do you know what neighborhood you are looking at houses? I would recommend contacting the local CDC who can help you with zoning questions, as they work with the City on a regular basis. Lastly, personally I would look at Angie's List. Although I know you are trying to keep losses down, it can be very helpful to spend time now and read over reviews of previous clients of a company, rather than go for the cheapest and deal with more money and headaches later.
  3. How many total apartment/condo units do we have downtown? How many are actively in the works right now? I know the population of the core downtown is roughly estimated to be 12,000 but I know there aren't 12,000 units downtown due to multiple people living in one unit. It would be nice to have an updated tally. :-o You can see the complete breakdown of the housing situation on page 9 of the Downtown Cleveland Alliance Quarterly Report: http://www.downtowncleveland.com/media/88457/Q2_2013_FINAL.pdf
  4. I am really interested in what the $1.5 M will be used for, even before Council chooses them as the official architect. The timeline is really, really, really short. :?
  5. Just announced: CooperCarry will be the architectural firm for the hotel. http://www.coopercarry.com/
  6. YP Advocacy Groups have been working to keep Mall C as an open field, so that sports like frisbee and football can be played there.
  7. Other buildings considered, according to CE FitzGerald, were Tower at Erieview, Eaton and May Company (I think?)
  8. Initially, in response to the Moderators statement of the need for 400,000 sq ft, I was hypothesizing that Eaton would be a great spot because it has 300,000 of continuous space and other small spaces for additional storage. http://www.cbre.us/o/cleveland/properties/eaton-center/Pages/floor-plans.aspx However, from reading the subsequent conversationson on this board, such an option does not seem likely.
  9. There is going to be one modern office building that is going to have that much square feet available in Fall 2013... 8-)
  10. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: http://www.cleveland.com/open/index.ssf/2012/08/gov_john_kasich_to_make_major.html#incart_river_default Gov. John Kasich to make "major" Inner Belt Bridge announcement COLUMBUS, Ohio - Gov. John Kasich will travel to Cleveland Thursday for what his office has billed as a "major announcement" regarding the Inner Belt Bridge project. Word of Kasich's visit raised hopes that the state has found a way to get the second of the two Inner Belt spans done by the original 2016 completion date.
  11. :wtf: http://www.downtownaustin.com/business/retail/ "Downtown Austin is booming, and retail plays a big role. Brooks Brothers 9,300 sq. ft. flagship store is located on Congress Avenue at 6th Street; Whole Foods' 80,000 sq ft. store and corporate headquarters are located at 6th Street and Lamar; the Second Street Retail District has 54 retail stores and restaurants, and the office and housing markets are on the rise. Currently 117, 425 people work in downtown. There are 9,500 residents who live downtown and 363,000 who live within a 10-minute drive time to downtown. Twelve million tourists visit the city on an annual basis. Downtown Austin has a bright future." For comparison, Downtown Cleveland has 100,000 people who work Downtown, 10,500 residents and 525,000 within a 30 min commute.
  12. I'm a little confused. Back in 2009, when the county was setting property valuations for homes, many of them were way too high. Recently, the county and the Plain Dealer released the newly revised home value numbers. Could the 2009 value for the county be way too high as well and need to be reappraised? I would think that a state-mandated revaluation, similar to the private home value revaluation, would clarify the proper selling price, right? :wtf:
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