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  1. Roosevelt Coffeehouse opens Franklinton location to grow its sales and mission For Kenny Sipes, expanding the Roosevelt Coffeehouse isn’t just about supporting its mission, it’s also about supporting his people. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2019/05/23/roosevelt-coffeehouse-opens-franklinton-location.html
  2. 2018 Stats are out. Kings Island is the USA's 2nd most attended seasonal park behind Cedar Point (Canada's Wonderland is the most attended in the western hemisphere). https://www.aecom.com/content/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Theme-Index-Museum-Index-2018-2.pdf
  3. 2018 Stats are out. Cedar Point is the USA's most attended seasonal park (Canada's Wonderland is the most attended in the western hemisphere). Kings Island was not too far behind at #2 in the USA. https://www.aecom.com/content/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Theme-Index-Museum-Index-2018-2.pdf
  4. Councilman hopes to find a resolution to FCC-West End tenant donnybrook The three Cincinnati City Council members who probably will be the deciding votes on the latest FC Cincinnati zoning matters next week had little to say about comments made by the club’s majority owner, Carl Lindner III, on Wednesday. Lindner told the Business Courier that he found the city’s approval process “embarrassing,” that the city is sending a message that would give outside businesses pause about moving here and that the city should be expediting the club’s requests. In an interview, Councilman Greg Landsman said he hopes to convene a meeting Friday with stakeholders and be on a path to resolution by the date of next major FCC-related council vote on May 30. Neither Landsman, nor council members David Mann and P.G. Sittenfeld, the other two likely critical votes, directly addressed Lindner’s comments. The club has been ensnared in a major controversy over the fate of up to seven West End residents at 421 Wade St. and 1550 Central Ave., properties FCC acquired earlier this year but has not yet outlined plans for. Much public attention has been focused on 99-year-old Mary Page, who is a bedridden resident in the Wade Street building. Supporters of the residents have accused FCC’s president, Jeff Berding, of dishonesty because he said that the team would not displace residents prior to getting approval for the West End site. In response, Berding has said that promise applied only to the stadium itself. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2019/05/22/councilman-hopes-to-find-a-resolution-to-fcc-west.html
  5. 'Why are we here?' COTA in rebranding effort to reflect expanded role in mobility, shared prosperity COTA is going through rebranding to reflect its broader mission to "connect people to prosperity" – and not just by bus. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2019/05/22/why-are-we-here-cota-in-rebranding-effort-to.html
  6. Cleveland-based indoor adventure park plans new site in Worthington A Cleveland-based indoor adventure park known as Play:CLE wants to open a Columbus iteration in a warehouse located at 535 Lakeview Plaza Blvd. in Worthington. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2019/05/22/cleveland-based-indoor-adventure-park-plans-new.html
  7. Here's the next out-of-town eatery coming to Easton A Chicago Italian and pizza eatery is coming to Easton Town Center. Chicago-based Sono Wood Fired will open at Easton Town Center this fall. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2019/05/22/heres-the-next-out-of-town-eatery-coming-to-easton.html
  8. UC seeks design architect for $86.5 million building The University of Cincinnati is looking for an architect to design a new, $86.5 million classroom building on its Uptown campus. UC’s board of trustees voted on April 23 to move forward with Clifton Court Hall, a 180,000-square-foot classroom building planned where two modular structures stand at Clifton Avenue and Clifton Court Drive. UC sent out a request for qualifications for design architect for the new project on May 21. The new building would provide classrooms for McMicken College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Engineering and Applied Science as well as shared space for interdisciplinary programs involving other colleges. It’s expected to hold 24 classrooms as well as about 230 faculty and staff offices. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2019/05/22/uc-seeks-design-architect-for-86-5-million.html
  9. Shots fired... Covington considers outdoor alcohol consumption on city streets Visitors to downtown Covington may soon be able to drink openly on city streets during festivals and special events. An ordinance will go before the Covington City Commission on May 28 for a vote that would establish a new zone called an “entertainment destination center,” or EDC zone, in parts of downtown. While the ordinance would take effect once approved by the commission, the freedom to drink alcohol in public areas would only occur during approved events. Event organizers must seek and receive a special event permit, and the regulation would only apply to certain locations within the zone. The permit requires applicants to address safety and security issues as well as create “barriers” around the designated event area. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2019/05/22/covington-considers-outdoor-alcohol-consumption-on.html
  10. Report: Dayton airport outlook trending in positive direction The outlook for Dayton International Airport is trending in a positive direction, according to a new rating from analytics firm S&P Global. In a report released earlier this month, S&P Global Ratings revised its outlook from negative to stable. The revised rating signifies the airport is improving, though challenges remain. The independent, third-party assessment acknowledges the vulnerability DAY has as a small airport with tough competition, but credits the revision in large part to airport management and the region’s strong economic activity. “The outlook revision reflects our view that DAY’s enplanement levels are stabilizing after year-over-year declines since 2013,” S&P Global Analysts Kevin Archer and Joseph Pezzimenti stated in the report. "Our assessment of the enterprise risk profile as adequate reflects DAY’s very strong service area economic fundamentals, low industry risk, vulnerable market position, and strong management and governance.” More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/05/22/report-dayton-airport-outlook-trending-in-positive.html
  11. Smart Columbus selects vendor for Linden self-driving shuttle Smart Columbus has chosen a new vendor for its second autonomous shuttle route, this one providing free rides in the Linden neighborhood to more easily reach jobs and services. EasyMile operates a 12-person autonomous shuttle for the public transit system in Denver, the U.S. base for the French company. Its Linden shuttle launching in November will look similar but with a colorful Smart Columbus wrap. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2019/05/21/smart-columbus-selects-vendor-for-linden-self.html
  12. Developer buys downtown warehouse property for $375K A warehouse property in Dayton's Webster Station neighborhood has been sold to a local developer. The building at 419 E. Third St. was sold May 17 for $375,000 to Law 431 Third LLC, which shares a mailing address with Dayton-based Woodard Development, according to Montgomery County records. The development firm currently has a number of projects in the works in downtown Dayton, including the Avant-Garde building at 607 E. Third St., also in Webster Station. Representatives from Woodard Development could not be immediately reached for comment regarding possible plans for the building, which neighbors the Cannery Lofts Apartments. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/05/22/developer-buys-downtown-warehouse-property-for.html
  13. Deep dish pizza chain eyes second Dayton-area location Nearly two months after Giordano's opened its first Dayton-area restaurant, the Chicago-based pizza chain is eyeing a new location in the Miami Valley, as well as Cincinnati and Cleveland. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/05/22/deep-dish-pizza-chain-eyes-second-dayton-area.html
  14. Washington Park selects downtown restaurant for summer pop-up A downtown restaurant specializing in fresh seafood will start a summer residency in Washington Park this June. Court Street Lobster Bar, which opened at 28 W. Court St. in April 2017, will bring its Maine-style lobster rolls to Washington Park every Thursday from June through August. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2019/05/22/washington-park-selects-downtown-restaurant-for.html
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