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  1. Ohio health official estimates 100,000 people in state have coronavirus A top health official in Ohio estimated on Thursday that more than 100,000 people in the state have coronavirus, a shockingly high number that underscores the limited testing so far. Ohio Department of Health Director Amy Acton said at a press conference alongside Gov. Mike DeWine (R) that given that the virus is spreading in the community in Ohio, she estimates at least 1 percent of the population in the state has the virus. https://thehill.com/policy/healthcare/487329-ohio-health-official-estimates-100000-people-in-state-have-coronavirus
  2. I assume they are trying to limit test kits being there is a shortage.
  3. Over the weekend I ran out of or was low on paper towels, hand soap, and hand sanitizer. The shelves at several stores we nearly completely empty. This was just an everyday purchase not related to the virus. It took three stores to find paper towels and hand soap, no sanitizer to be found of course.
  4. This is from 2016 but it explains why concourse D was closed and will probably stay closed for the foreseeable future. https://www.wkyc.com/article/money/business/as-cleveland-pockets-millions-for-closed-concourse-d-travelers-look-for-better-options/351754256
  5. I only saw references in the other thread which is called UC3. Is this part of a larger project or did the name change? Anyway mods please merge it with the other. Sorry for the inconvenience.
  6. https://www.cleveland.com/business/2020/02/circle-square-project-in-clevelands-university-circle-to-include-24-story-apartment-tower.html
  7. I could not find a dedicated thread, if one exists please move this. Thanks Circle Square project in Cleveland’s University Circle to include 24-story apartment tower CLEVELAND, Ohio — Developers hope to break ground this summer for a 24-story apartment tower in University Circle, where the high-rise and a more modest — but unusual — residential building that includes a public library will be the first two chapters in a bigger real estate story dubbed Circle Square. The glassy, 298-unit tower is slated to fill a void at Chester Avenue and Stokes Boulevard, where a former Cleveland police station sat until late last year. Stretching as tall as 250 feet, the building will surpass the nearby One University Circle tower in height and, by 20 or so units, size. https://www.cleveland.com/business/2020/02/circle-square-project-in-clevelands-university-circle-to-include-24-story-apartment-tower.html
  8. https://www.cleveland19.com/2020/02/06/sherwin-williams-plans-build-global-headquarters-downtown-cleveland/
  9. Thank you KJP for all of your efforts on keeping us informed! This is from yesterday but I do not see it posted on here. Sherwin-Williams Will Reportedly Announce Cleveland HQ, Validating Local Blogger WKYC Channel 3 is reporting that Sherwin-Williams intends to announce Thursday that it will build its new corporate headquarters in downtown Cleveland, "near Public Square," and that it will build a new research and development facility in Brecksville. If true, the news follows months of speculation and anxiety from regional leaders. It also validates the reporting of local transit and infrastructure blogger Ken Prendergrast, who broke every major development on the story of Sherwin's search and has provided depth and nuance as he pieced together evidence that Sherwin was indeed staying put. https://www.clevescene.com/scene-and-heard/archives/2020/02/05/sherwin-williams-will-reportedly-announce-cleveland-hq-validating-local-blogger
  10. Okay now I'm confused too. They are saying "west of Public Square" not "ON the west side of Public Square" but the map shows it on the Jacobs lot as well. Didn't they or aren't they in the process of purchasing the Jacobs lot? or is it the Weston lots or both?
  11. They are probably just not ready to announce it yet. This is what corporations always say when they merge/buyout. Remember Untied said they were not closing the hub at CLE after the merger? We all know how that turned out.
  12. When I hear from Sherwin Williams tomorrow that they are not leaving Cleveland and that eyesore on Public Square will be no more; I’m not putting too much focus on the RD facility. I get the disappointment though.
  13. Cleveland, Cuyahoga County won’t pledge full disclosure of Sherwin-Williams incentive package negotiations CLEVELAND, Ohio – The administrations of Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish and Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson will not rule out trying to keep secret the details related to negotiating incentives aimed at keeping Sherwin-Williams’ headquarters in the county. https://www.cleveland.com/news/2020/01/cleveland-cuyahoga-county-wont-pledge-full-disclosure-of-sherwin-williams-incentive-package-negotiations.html
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