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  1. It could be but it’s quarter 1 which ends in March. I don’t think much of the Coronavirus impacted occupancy much in March. Things began to shut down mid March which wouldn’t have affected people leaving their leases or not signing new ones till at least April’s imo.
  2. So not the most positive first quarter for Downtown housing. Not only has the occupancy dropped which is expected but the total number of units occupied (if my understanding is correct) is also down. Yes it’s just by two but one would have hoped the number of units occupied would still be increasing. At 86.7% occupancy and the flattening of number of units occupied one would imagine that developers would think twice before doing any more residential projects if things continue like this. https://www.downtowncleveland.com/DCA/media/DCA_Media/2020-Q1-REPORT.pdf 2020 - 7520 at 86.7% = 6520 2019 - 7167 at 91% = 6522
  3. From Cleveland.com. I’m just wondering if this is a case where the company says things will remain the same but they slowly transfer the employees over sort of like Valspar and SHW. https://www.cleveland.com/business/2020/05/ge-selling-century-old-lighting-unit-to-savant-systems.html
  4. Sorry you are right. I mean leave as it will remain. They will keep the headquarters there.
  5. https://www.crainscleveland.com/manufacturing/ge-lighting-sold-massachusetts-company-savant-systems Big news. They say will keep the headquarters at Nela Park. Anyone with insights on what this means?
  6. Cleveland MSA for some reason has their unemployment way higher than Ohio (23.1 vs. 16.8). Any insight as to why? https://www.bls.gov/eag/eag.oh_cleveland_msa.htm
  7. Another important thing in this discussion is that the average size household is still declining. There could be more overall households and still less overall people. I think this is one of the biggest factors in there still being a population decline.
  8. It really is crazy how much tax dollars are saved for the new owners of tax abated properties. That is a huge reason why they can sell so high. But you have to imagine in 15 years the value of these properties will greatly diminish.
  9. Would someone want to compile the fortune 1000 list? It'd be interesting to see how the cities are doing in that regard.
  10. Agreed, I think it does an appropriate job balancing the economy and public health.
  11. It's not adding up with the number of deaths (must be underreporting or overestimating the number of people infected). Right now Sweeden has 225 deaths per million (.0225%). If they are at 30% herded immunity that would mean if they all got it there would be 750 deaths per million (.075%). New York has already had over .1% of it's population die from the disease. Am I missing something?
  12. Updated excel chart that includes how many deaths there would be if the entire country behaved like the state and also the 1 out ... deaths.
  13. Does anyone know what the Veterans Affairs category represents? https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/ I get overseas military as a category but wouldn't anyone who dies in a VA hospital just count as a death for that state?
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