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  1. Are you sure they're white? Looks to me like it could be stainless or silver colored aluminum.
  2. I'm thinking about this prevailing wage impasse as a project cost issue. Wondering if anyone on the forum has any ballpark idea what is the number of man-hours involved in a project of this magnitude. Number of hours times (prevailing wage rate minus the wage that Stark can contract for) would equal the cost impact to Stark's bottom line on the project.
  3. I forget what the dispute was that caused Progressive not to move forward with it. Didn’t they want the city to pay for a parking garage or something?
  4. Isn't Norman Foster's Cleveland Clinic Health Education building visible from there also?
  5. Early Plan For Library Lofts By Steven Litt, The Plain Dealer CLEVELAND, Ohio – Initial plans for an apartment building to be built atop a future library along Euclid Avenue in University Circle quickly won approval Thursday from the city’s Euclid Corridor Design Review Committee. The apartment project, called Library Lofts, takes its inspiration – naturally enough – from bookshelves.
  6. Early Plan For Library Lofts By Steven Litt, The Plain Dealer CLEVELAND, Ohio – Initial plans for an apartment building to be built atop a future library along Euclid Avenue in University Circle quickly won approval Thursday from the city’s Euclid Corridor Design Review Committee. The apartment project, called Library Lofts, takes its inspiration – naturally enough – from bookshelves.
  7. I don't recall ever seeing any kind of thoughtful post mortem on the Weston development in these pages. I assume they couldn't assemble financing, but would like to know more particulars. It was such a big splashy proposal right on the heels of the Nucleus announcement IIRC, but then we never heard much about it again, unlike Nucleus which stayed in the headlines over the years with all the various funding / subsidy proposals.
  8. I can’t wait to see that brutalist time and temperature appendage come down off the 925 building.
  9. It's kind of hard to make out, but in the middle right of second picture there's a curvilinear form jutting upward to the right, with grass on the roof. Could this be a tie in to the possible land bridge extension of the mall over the rail tracks and shoreway? As I remember, one of the designs for the pedestrian bridge had its northern terminus around this spot. Or is the land bridge further to the west closer to FES? Either way, I hope all of the entities involved with this project and the land bridge are taking a holistic view of the pedestrian traffic flow and possibilities with multiple projects potentially in play.
  10. Such a shame. What a magnificent public space when it opened, and to see it in its current state just makes me sad.
  11. Isn't a parking garage the only thing being demolished for Nucleus?
  12. So I guess we could refer to the little plaza and walkway between the buildings as the separation of church & state
  13. This is the last weekend to get photos with 2 cranes in the sky, with the Beacon crane coming down next week. I doubt if I'll make it up there this weekend, but a couple weeks ago I was driving on the innerbelt headed east around Carnegie, and thought that would be an excellent vantage point.
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