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MikeyB440

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  1. Does anyone know when Peterson's nuts closed downtown? It looks like King nut moved Peterson's to their headquarters and now their website barely even mentions them. I'll miss Peterson's before Indians games...
  2. I would assume that drilling depth/number of drilling locations would give some idea of the size/height of the building, but that's just speculation on my part. And maybe as KJP was saying that people in SW were giving smokescreens, maybe "40 stories or less" allows them to come out with a surprise in their announcement since Ken has already spoiled their location
  3. That would be a correct statement! If this would be to theoretically happen, would these companies be from NE Ohio or outside the region?
  4. Even though waiting is the hardest, out of all of the answers you could have given this is the least worrisome. Thanks for all you do!
  5. Different than the goal of staying in Cleveland (though from your amazing reporting I would assume that's not a question anymore) or the goal of being on PS?
  6. Does that mean the city submitted it? Blink once for no or twice for yes.
  7. I know that they would lose at least one customer (aka me) if they do something that crazy.
  8. They also cited Case but don't put them down as a college/university in Cleveland...
  9. Does anyone know where they keep the Cavs' trophies/if they are able to be viewed by the public?
  10. 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
  11. The arena football field uses the dashers for their sidelines.
  12. 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.
  13. 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?
  14. 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.
  15. I had to log in just to applaud this comment :clap:
  16. ^^ How do they not mention Playhouse Square? haha
  17. One will be over by the rock hall and another will be in Tremont overlooking the new Innerbelt bridges. They all aren't up yet though. http://www.cleveland.com/travel/index.ssf/2016/06/clevelands_signature_skyline_v.html
  18. Some funny stuff, some real love for Cleveland and some people that have never been here that say they'd love to visit. All around good stuff!
  19. This got to the front page of reddit last night
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