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  1. Westerville restaurant switching brands, expanding menu A Westerville restaurant is converting to a new brand. Columbus-based City Brands is changing its The Wine Bistro at 925 N. State St. into Napa Kitchen + Bar. The new restaurant will open Thursday. The space went through a light remodel. The company described Napa as a sister concept to The Wine Bistro with a broader menu, fuller bar and larger wine inventory. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2020/07/07/the-wine-bistro-converting-to-napa-kitchen-bar-i.html
  2. New brewery's biergarten, taproom opens earlier than expected A new Dayton-area brewery that features a biergarten and taproom has opened sooner than anticipated thanks in part to the Covid-19 pandemic. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/07/07/new-ales-brewing-update.html
  3. New Cafe Concept Planned for the Brewery District A new cafe will join the lineup of business populating South High Street in the Brewery District. Emmett’s Neighborhood Cafe will open its doors at 744 S. High St. this fall. The casual cafe will serve up breakfast and lunch daily from 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. “We believe Columbus is looking for a concept with an excellent coffee program, but also substantial food options,” says Emmett’s Co-Owner Ben Kelley. “This won’t be your classic coffee shop that may have some pastries on the front counter. Our goal is to create a cafe experience that combines a superior coffee program with healthier food options in a laid-back environment.” More below: https://www.columbusunderground.com/new-cafe-concept-planned-for-the-brewery-district-sp1
  4. Two new tenants to open this week at The Greene The addition of two new tenants at The Greene is a sign companies are still expanding amid the Covid-19 pandemic, which forced months-long shutdowns that some businesses did not survive. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/07/06/the-greene-new-tenants.html
  5. I still miss Terminal Tower lit up like that.
  6. By county: https://globalepidemics.org/key-metrics-for-covid-suppression/?fbclid=IwAR1BXt7deZYiF0pfda_Qv4dilmkr3cyPYL5-_JggzQhE7sr687ekwoU07wM
  7. That, and, I can't believe I have to say this...Bill Clinton is not president.
  8. Apartment Tower Begins to Rise Next to Figat7th One year after breaking ground, a large apartment tower is starting to rise next to the Figat7th shopping mall in Downtown Los Angeles. The project, which is being developed by Figat7th landlord Brookfield, will occupy a long-empty lot at 960 W. 7th Street. Approved plans call for a slender glass-and-steel tower containing 784 apartments - including studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom units - above an 831-car garage. Designed by Marmol Radziner and LARGE Architecture, the tower will rise 56 stories in height from its main entrance at Figat7th's upper level. When including above-grade parking levels fronting 8th Street, the tower will stand 64 stories - or roughly 695 feet above ground level. More below: https://urbanize.la/post/apartment-tower-begins-rise-next-figat7th
  9. From the article... The project is likely to commence within 60 to 90 days, and is expected to be complete by January 2022. Well, that's gonna go up fast. But then again, Crawford Hoying does that.
  10. New apartment complex with riverfront views coming to downtown Dayton One of downtown Dayton's most active developers is planning another new project that builds off the recent success it has seen in the city's core. Crawford Hoying, a Columbus-area company behind several downtown projects, will demolish the vacant Wright State University Kettering Center on East Monument Avenue to make way for a five-story, 125-unit apartment complex called "The Monument." "It's a very unusual building, the way it was set up," Crawford Hoying Development Principal Nelson Yoder said of the former Kettering Center. "It would not be easy to retrofit into a different use of any kind, so it just ended up being a much better project if we were able to start from scratch, which is ultimately what we decided to do." The new apartments also will feature 8,200-square-feet of first-floor retail/restaurant space, as well as a 139-space parking garage that will be attached to the lower portion of the building. The garage will mostly serve residents, and provide additional parking for commercial tenants in the area. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2020/07/02/the-monument.html
  11. A Norfolk Southern train conductor showing solidarity with BLM protest, Southwest Detroit, June 30th, 2020. QLine Streetcar running empty due to COVID-19 in Detroit.
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    It's one of Ohio's oldest suburbs and is larger than Bratenahl.
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    Cease-and-desist dashes Terrace Park man's dreams for Airbnb in Glendale A local homeowner’s dreams of transforming an historic church into a seasonal vacation rental were upended following a cease-and-desist notice from a Greater Cincinnati community. Built in 1889, Quinn Chapel in Glendale was recently renovated for use as a short-term rental, a violation of the village's zoning code. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2020/07/01/airbnb-dreams-dashed-by-cease-and-desist-notice.html
  14. First Look: Center Street Market Heading towards the finish line in early March before the coronavirus pandemic put the world on hold, Center Street Market vendors are finally getting to serve their first customers in Old Hilliard. Most of the market’s 11 vendors at 5354 Center St. are now open, including Dumplings of Fury, Bakes by Lo, The Cheesecake Girl, Rime Time, Meatball Mafia, Coffee Connections, Al’s Delicious Popcorn, Two Step Tacos and Serendipity. It’s the original line up with a name substitution for Legacy Smokehouse’s spot, becoming Two Step Tacos to signifying a pared down menu from the barbecue joint. Just two spots are left to open – an already announced Pitabilities, which should be up and running by the end of the month, and a confirmed but yet-to-be named burger concept. More below: https://www.columbusunderground.com/first-look-center-street-market-sp1
  15. OTR bar's plans for the summer of Covid include an Airstream trailer An Over-the-Rhine bar (HomeMakers) is responding to restrictions put in place to stem the spread of Covid-19 by expanding into a neighboring parking lot for a pop-up bar and experience run out of an Airstream trailer. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2020/07/01/homemakers-bar-plans-summer-pop-up.html
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