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  1. I feel like retaining a growing Fortune 200 company is the easy answer.. so the thing I’m most thankful for in Cleveland is Bernie Moreno and the other like minded entrepreneurs who’re contributing to the #4 fastest growing tech labor pool in the U.S.
  2. One does not simply make a trip to MetroHealth without snapping some construction progress pics.
  3. St. Luke’s is now a senior community of apartments, and I believe a few offices and a school. It’s a beautiful building that I was happy they salvaged, rehabbed and repurposed. Would of been a shame to lose it altogether, I could be wrong but believe it was at a time slated for demolition. Side note it reminds me of Professor Xavier’s School for the Gifted. Full disclosure, I’m a bit of a comic nerd.
  4. The new construction is in the area highlighted red. For additional context E 110 turns into MLK at about Shale, and intersects Shaker Blvd (SR 87) on this map.
  5. Foundations for new residential in Buckeye-Woodhill neighborhood across from St. Luke’s and on E 110th south of Woodland.
  6. My thought is the jokes of Cleveland having a crime problem arise when a 60-story Justice Center is necessary. Realistically though, the appearance of the building will have no tangible effect on the administration of justice for the victims of crime and those awaiting their fate. I just hope for something beautiful and transformational without excessive frill at the expense of the taxpayer.
  7. Hard pass. The nauseating Darcy cartoons, in a city where the tallest skyscraper is the Justice Center, are enough reason to not build that tall.
  8. I forgot about the airship station, so unbelievably cool. Looks like Commissioner Gordon signaling Batman. Thanks for sharing!
  9. Although travel articles like this have gushed over Cleveland for the last 5 years or so, I still find myself reading them in part because I’m happy with how far we’ve come. Here’s another one from trendy as it gets, Austin. https://www.austin360.com/entertainmentlife/20191112/cleveland-still-rocks?fbclid=IwAR2zFHa9k1KeLae_vPuITqs3sJQoPsjY3cH70tafUDt4DU2A8oL_n8l2PS4
  10. ^would have loved to be a fly on the wall during that meeting.
  11. OZ funding though? On a side note, thank you for your stellar research and reporting on this.
  12. Is there a sense from local and state government that any incentives package from a competing site would be matched?
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