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  1. If you check this building in street view, it seems to have a car sized door facing E. 105th. Maybe this? https://www.google.com/maps/@41.5065626,-81.6152802,3a,16.2y,273.62h,89.53t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1s2JGqr2Dgg3QdIROJc5eOJQ!2e0!7i16384!8i8192
  2. Apologies if this has already been posted here - I did a quick skim of this thread back through August and didn't find this mentioned anywhere. I was poking around on Zillow and noticed these condos for sale on what is currently an empty lot. From what I can find, the oldest listing is 38 days old. https://www.zillow.com/b/3703-Clinton-Ave-Cleveland-OH/41.487096,-81.714099_ll/
  3. Suburban cul-de-sacs and circuitous driving are bad because they're designed around low density sprawl housing, require cars to be practical, and typically ignore or break pedestrian and bike connections. This change increases connectivity for everyone but drivers, adds more public park land, still allows access for emergency vehicles and such, and barely inconveniences drivers at all. It's not even close between the two.
  4. Wait, how is this a positive population change for Cleveland? I did a spreadsheet to make things a little easier to parse leaving out Toledo out for time's sake (sorry Toledo). Unless my excel skills are rusty (entirely possible), these numbers give a total 2018 population for Cleveland at 383.7k. And from what I could find over lunch, the 2017 population was estimated at 385.5k https://www.biggestuscities.com/city/cleveland-ohio And here's my spreadsheet: Not trying to be combative about it or anything, I hope my math is wrong or something, but I'm just curious where the positive population change comes from? Am I missing something here?
  5. Went to Hingetown to watch the Browns game today and snagged a pic
  6. Actually if you zoom in quite a bit on the PDF you can see there are retail liners on the south sides of buildings 1-3. Doesn't appear to be as much as I'd have hoped for at a location like this, and I'd prefer there be some on building 4 since that's being built first, but better than nothing I suppose.
  7. University of Pittsburgh shares Heinz Field with the Steelers. I'd prefer to see something similar worked out with FES and the Browns in the event of a CSU football team materializing. I don't think the city needs two football stadiums that only get used a handful of times a year. Though I'll grant that Pitt has had a football program for over a century and their color scheme matches the stadium a little better.
  8. The old county archives building is blue now! This picture is a few days old and the painting is further along. I haven't seen if they're doing it to the building mostly out of frame on the right yet (or at all).
  9. Didn't have a chance to snap a picture, but there's a crane on site for Church and State now
  10. Took a walk last night and got some progress pictures of construction sites. Church and State (sorry about the dumpsters in the first pic, I just thought the ramp was neat) Dexter Apartments Old County Archives Building (I can't remember the name of the new development)
  11. Would these be expansions of the school or were they looking build something for sale/use/whatever by the general public?
  12. Just curious, what would be the plan for the proposed rail loop south of what's visible in that initial map/diagram?
  13. Wandered around Tremont a bit today and snagged this. Didn't think to try a wider shot to get the Lumen crane though, darnit. Pictures really don't do the view justice!
  14. They tore down the brick wall along Circle Ct., which kinda stinks. I thought it looked neat with the trees hanging over it and the ivy growing on it.
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