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  1. They also cited Case but don't put them down as a college/university in Cleveland...
  2. Does anyone know where they keep the Cavs' trophies/if they are able to be viewed by the public?
  3. This is laughable. It's not like any Columbus museums have taken state tax dollars. Oh wait.... http://www.nbc4i.com/news/investigates/you-paid-for-it/you-paid-for-it-cleveland-museum-renovation/1103083087
  4. The arena football field uses the dashers for their sidelines.
  5. Their LinkedIn says headquartered in Cleveland, OH: https://www.linkedin.com/company/apeg/ Where in Cleveland is another question haha. As pertaining to the workshop, I haven't heard anything.
  6. I've noticed that same thing in Columbus. A lot of mid-rise buildings that you look at and wonder "why is there a crane? It's only 5-6 stories high". Are there regional building methods/codes that would drive a developer in Columbus to use a crane where if the same building was built in Cleveland there wouldn't be one?
  7. I was disappointed too to see them drop the brick. Kenilworth and Scranton will become a very visible corner as development moves north toward the peninsula. It would have looked great. But at least this is a sign the project is still moving forward. So I talked to a guy at the Home and Garden Show that was promoting this development and I asked him about the change. He said they changed it due to price and that financing was hard because they're one of the first new build condos after the financial crisis. This follows along with what other people on this site have been saying.
  8. Is the Medical Mutual sign on top of their building down? and if so, anyone know why?
  9. I would take those pictures off your hands in a heart beat!
  10. From January 2015: "The entire nuCLEus project could include 500 residences, 1,600 parking spaces, 200,000 square feet of offices and 140,000 square feet of retail, plus the hotel" Doesn't sound too much different to me? Just no mention of the Hotel. I won't be able to attend, hopefully someone you can fill us in! A subtraction of 75 apartments and 70,000 SF of office space as well as eliminating the hotel seems like a pretty big reduction to me. They did add 10,000 SF of retail and some parking spots but it’s still a net loss of space. Seems like maybe the scale of the building is going to decrease. Just speculation.
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