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  1. I’m really not sure, the last thing I remember was a failed attempt at a international heritage center.
  2. This is kinda random but with all that’s going on with SW do they have any plans to do something with the B&O station they own?
  3. A whistleblower told me those are not geotech survey holes at all, he/she said they are just searching for Jimmy Hoffa... Any idea why some are capped and others are not?
  4. Did they paint the yellow beams on the balcony level?
  5. Good to know and thanks for the reply KJP. It’s easy to doubt. Not a good comparison but Hillary was leading all polls in 2016. No i didn’t vote for her but anyways I’m ready to hear it from the houses mouth (SW)
  6. I’m starting to have my doubts about KJP’s Oct 14th article. Sorry https://www.wkyc.com/mobile/article/news/local/cleveland/report-four-cities-outside-of-ohio-are-being-seriously-considered-for-new-headquarters-of-sherwin-williams/95-765feb7c-2ebb-4f3e-beef-f4364f2b6012 “Atlanta, Houston, Dallas, and Charlotte are also in the running, according to a national site-selection consultant.”
  7. Great pic ^ So probably won’t be getting a Beacon sign on top of the building...?
  8. https://www.crainscleveland.com/real-estate/poor-air-service-hobbles-sherwin-williams-hq-bid?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook&utm_term=crain's cleveland business&utm_content=73638d61-cd59-4051-862f-049b16eeb33c. Mike Conway, Sherwin-Williams spokesman, wrote in an email that the private jets are available to "Sherwin associates who are connecting with customers to serve their needs."
  9. Htsguy My sources are saying... that was just an observation/opinion that not all CEOs live where the headquarters of their companies are.
  10. I don’t think it’s a lock that SW builds downtown because the CEO is building a house around Cleveland. They could still easily build in the suburbs. Even big shots sometimes have to drive a bit.
  11. Random but you would think they would replace the burned out bulbs on those arches...
  12. I have no proof it’s just my opinion. I shouldn’t have typed it making it sound like a fact because I can only speak for my self. Though I’m now “poison” on here I still respect you and everyone’s opinion.
  13. If someone wants to go to a restaurant or something on the street they will get to it bridge or no bridge. In cold weather knowing you can get to where you want to go while staying inside i feel is a big draw to that location. Having to take a cross walk out side doesn’t force people to stop at street level locations they will just walk past them more times then not.
  14. I really don’t see how the second bridge is really that bad if they go through with fixing up the street level. People going to the casino weather using a cross walk or a bridge are going to the casino. If plans are to go to the casino and you have to use the cross walk what makes anyone think that those people are going to make a pit stop somewhere along the street just because they were not able to use a bridge. If someone really was interested in stopping at something along the street, bridge or no bridge they will make that stop one way or another. For crappy weather I feel having inclosed walk ways would help bring people to the casino and not skip it because the weather sucks. Maybe I’m missing something but I really don’t see how this would take people off the streets other then for the couple of mins it takes to cross the street to get to the casino...
  15. I agree but don’t you think if they were staying in Cleveland the CFO would have left it at “not to panic” and not said “but we have to do due diligence when spending 1b of our shareholders money”
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