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  1. It is not done and the scaffolding is not gone. The owner of the CAC owns my building I currently live in on Huron Road. With my experiences here and with her, she is well intentioned but not someone who is good at "developing". The inside of our buildings lobby is largely the same as it was fifteen years ago and has been "being upgraded" for years now. I would not expect this to be "done" until late this year or early next year.
  2. The Simply Food inside of Reserve Square was there the last time I visited a friend at Reserve Square in January. The Simply Food on East 12th has been there since the summer.
  3. That is still there. They also expanded and opened another location across the street at 1810 E 12th St, Cleveland, OH 44114.
  4. If your logic is correct, Dollar General X will do a number on Heinen's– we'll see. I'll be headed to Heinen's for anything meat/vegetable/fruit/prepared food related. Anything else, I'll use DGX. Target and Heinen's have different uses. I won't abandoned Heinen's because I can buy lesser quality meat and frozen meals at Target. Anyone who already shops and spends significant amounts per week at Heinen's shops there for a reason or else they'd drive out to the OHC/Midtown for Dave's or Aldi's.
  5. Dollar General quietly moved into a storefront location at Reserve Square. More info about DGX concepts. https://www.bisnow.com/national/news/retail/after-cautious-start-dollar-general-poised-to-invade-cities-with-its-dgx-concept-94558#ath As of Fall 2018, there were only 3 in existence. Nice to see big chains investing in downtown!
  6. Moving the discussion here– if cities like Minneapolis can have a Target, Marshalls, Pac Sun, etc. downtown, Cleveland should be able to.
  7. From the perspective of a downtown resident, all retail loss hurts– we already have so little and so many empty retail spaces. It's really bad when the only convenient, useful places to shop downtown are CVS, Heniens and Constantinos. We need retail options. Food, beer and deodorant are great but I'd love to pop into a Target, Marshall's, J Crew, etc. all by walking down the street. Hopefully we can hit that 20,000 people living downtown mark soon so some of those places consider joining downtown.
  8. I believe Winking Lizard used to occupy this space but I could be wrong. They used to have signage on the windows. Winking Lizard still occupies the space to the left of this and a school occupies the space above.
  9. 820 Prospect Ave is under construction. They just removed a giant portion of the windows/wall. Looks like it could be for an entryway. Edit: Loomis is the company doing the work.
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