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  1. @YABO713 I agree with you on that. As KJP pointed out in another post on another thread that sometimes density itself can be aesthetically pleasing, whether or not the actual individual buildings are. I agree with that sentiment.
  2. You can already see the tones getting lighter where the film is peeled back revealing the actual tiles.
  3. I know alot of people are concerned about the loss of industrial but I don't think anyone here really realizes the magnitude of jobs added to existing companies in Cleveland in the last two years alone. My uncle works for a metal fabrication company on the floor. In 2015 they had about 700 workers on the floor. Today's that number is closer to 2000. He says he has to get to work 30 minutes early if he even wants to get a spot in the parking lot. This story is much more common than you would imagine, and none of it really makes the news. My father used to be a defense lawyer for alot of the machinery companies in the city and he's heard similiar things everywhere. Whether it's a small company ramping up from 15 to now 30 workers or my much larger example.
  4. Another example of commercial moving in while we will see industrial moving out.
  5. If I read correctly it sounds like the Rock Hall will be using it as exhibit space. But what does that mean? Just a hallway of stuff as you transfer to the science center?
  6. https://mobile.twitter.com/reflog_18/status/1116812372004487168?s=12
  7. The best part is that they had a meeting about parking concerns at his restaurant but he wasn't there.
  8. I played rugby with Charlie in high school, he was a few years younger. Good kid. I know my wife and I will definitely try out the kitchen.
  9. Possible unpopular opinion but I do not call it the Gund, it's the Q. The Cav's never won anything when it was called the Gund, the Q brought us great basketball.
  10. Unsure, but we did do it for loan and title stores. However said stores got around it by getting called something else in state legistlation. Money talks.
  11. You can put a cap on types of uses. The city I work for have a cap on gas stations and we have enforced it. Im sure it's been challenged in court as most cities have this.
  12. http://www.cushmanwakefield.com/en/research-and-insight/unitedstates/cleveland-industrial-snapshot Look at quarter 4 of last year.
  13. Like I said in another post, I am unsure if it even matters if Cleveland is attempting to retain industrial and warehouse uses. The market is so tight only really the bottom of the barrel properties remain. I mean look at this article, the'yre utilizing an old Sams Club! That should tell you all you need to know. Most of the bottom of the barrel old industrial buildings are in Cleveland, and most should be converted to another use at this point. On the other end of the spectrum it is nice to see how many commercial companies are moving into the city, albeit slowly.
  14. I believe the most recent population data at the neighborhood level is from few years ago. I assume none of these larger conversions had been reflected yet.
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