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  1. "Metroparks to build first public Cuyahoga River boat ramps in Cleveland, with $1.6 million grant" https://www.cleveland.com/news/2019/06/metroparks-to-build-first-public-cuyahoga-river-boat-ramps-in-cleveland-with-16-million-grant.html
  2. I'm not sure if it relates, but the port authority did pass a requirement this past October to require a prevailing wage on projects. https://www.cleveland.com/business/2018/10/port_of_cleveland_ups_inclusio.html
  3. "Today is the last day at our office on West 3rd St here in downtown Cleveland. Come Monday morning the new headquarters for Stark Enterprises will be located on the 12th and 13th floor of the National City Bank Building at 629 Euclid Ave (above Marble Room for all of you foodies out there)." Stark no longer moving to the Nucleus site? Yikes https://www.starkenterprises.com/a-new-chapter-at-stark-enterprises/
  4. Does anyone know where these buildings used to exist? Found on pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/pin/291608144618377130
  5. In some cases. I'm betting they are trying to get that floor sealed off from the weather to get to work on the inside. That way they'll have workers doing finishes/MEPs etc while they're still pouring floors above.
  6. Does anyone have any old renderings I could take a look at of Stark's Pesht Project?
  7. Ah the old remnants of Hungarian Buckeye... I hope they can get this area sputtering again
  8. Hey all! Have any of you guys graduated with your bachelors in an engineering related field but transitioned to real estate development? I’m a fourth year at OSU and will be graduating in fall 2019 with a bachelor’s in civil engineering. I have had internships at a structural engineering firm as well as at commercial construction firms, working in structural design, estimating, and project/construction management respectively. One of the reasons for my interest into real estate is the fact that I’d like to be a part of the ‘bigger picture’ of a project, rather than focused in a small aspect of it. I have great interest in topics such as market analysis, site acquisition, zoning, entitlements, approvals, site planning, and financing. I quite enjoy working on building projects in the urban core, in the effort of revitalizing and growing cities. Would an MBA with a specialization in real estate be necessary for a career path into real estate development? If not, does would any other schooling aide my progress into the industry? Such as a law degree? On the other hand, if further education would not be necessary, but rather a certain type of job please let me know. I would love to hear about your experiences and career paths, and maybe it could point me in the right direction.
  9. "Columbus developer buys Cleveland land, plans apartments" https://www.crainscleveland.com/real-estate/columbus-developer-buys-cleveland-land-plans-apartments https://www.cleveland.com/expo/life-and-culture/g66l-2019/02/a8c1f90c9a7243/rta-redline-greenway-development-prompts-clash-of-positive-values-steven-litt.html If you cannot access the article, I've noticed it is accessible via a google search.
  10. Looks like Grunwell will be doing work in the Huntington Building later this year as well!
  11. Not so good news: https://www.crainscleveland.com/real-estate/hub-55-properties-center-foreclosure-proceeding
  12. https://www.crainscleveland.com/real-estate/advance-ohio-puts-newspaper-building-sale-again
  13. New crains article: https://www.crainscleveland.com/real-estate/prime-west-shoreway-property-play
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