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  1. Received this email yesterday from the owner of Nighttown regarding the Top of the Hill project. HE GETS IT!! "Dear Friend of Nighttown, Brendan Ring here. Owner of Nighttown. I write to ask your help. The building that Nighttown resides in was built in 1920. At the same time, there was an 11-story hospital and a 5-story apartment building, both directly to the west of Nighttown. Both were torn down in 1969 and the land has been a parking lot ever since. Over the decades, a wide variety of projects have been proposed for this 4-acre parcel, but only now has there finally been a viable development presented to the city. This proposed project, called Top of the Hill, in my opinion, is wonderful. It will bring a mini-park to this end of the Cedar-Fairmount shopping district, hundreds of apartments, some more retail – and a 10-story building right at the intersection of Cedar Hill and Euclid Heights Boulevard, offering a stunning gateway to the Heights. This project will restore what was lost. At the same time, it will also bring hundreds of new people to the neighborhood, providing much-needed tax dollars to the city – and new customers to Nighttown. We need your help. Please, today, right now, won’t you send an email to the Cleveland Heights City Council and ask them to vote YES on Top of the Hill this coming Tuesday night? All you need to do is to send one email to ClevelandHeightsCouncil@clvhts.com and all 7 members of council will receive your email. I thank you for your past support of Nighttown and I thank you in advance for taking a few moments right now to help support the Nighttown I know you love. Sincerely, Brendan Ring, Owner NighttownCleveland@gmail.com"
  2. Looks like public housing from the 80's. Alternatively, that carriage house rendering looks like a pair of Parma or Fairview Park bungalows on stilts.
  3. https://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/3337-W-Erie-Ave_Lorain_OH_44053_M36706-28489?view=qv Awkward to put the front door in the middle of a wall of glass block...
  4. ^ no more Dash 8's - not that the 50 seat CRJ-100/200 is much better of an experience, but that's the equipment showing on Air Canada website for CLE-YYZ now.
  5. There's a Biggby on Brookpark Rd Extension in North Olmsted, and one coming soon in Elyria on Rt 57 between I-90 and the Turnpike... Based on their hashtags on Facebook for BiggbyCoffeeNorthOlmsted, there are more in the works... #northolmsted #westlake #universityheights#shakerheight #elyria #shakersquare (I still miss Caribou though...) (Someone please tell them there is no #shakerheight)
  6. ^ Wait, am I missing something? I thought the rooftop was a dog park and a "sky lounge" aka sun deck? "Dining at the top"?
  7. ^ St Emeric wasn't founded until 1904... http://stemeric.com/short-history-st-emeric-parish-church-building/ Guessing it's Franklin Circle Christian Church... https://clevelandhistorical.org/items/show/537#&gid=1&pid=2
  8. "Athelon" - probably imagined by someone who pronounces ATHLETE as Ath-a-lete...
  9. I believe Neurology is currently in S, one of the oldest buildings on campus, and the U building which is a former psychiatric hospital on East 89th. (https://case.edu/ech/articles/w/woodruff-memorial-institute) .Clearing out the old spaces to make way for eventual demolition of S and T?
  10. From the CCF Intranet: Lyndhurst campus for sale — caregivers moving to Beachwood administrative campus Author: Caregiver Communications/Wednesday, June 26, 2019/ Cleveland Clinic values using our enterprise assets appropriately and we regularly review ways to operate more efficiently and effectively. As part of this, we have made the decision to list the Lyndhurst campus for sale. Non-clinical caregivers who are currently located on the Lyndhurst campus will be relocated to the Beachwood administrative campus (CCAC) just 3.4 miles away. Caregivers located in Lyndhurst and working in clinical areas, will be moved to clinical locations that are still being determined. As part of the regular review of organizational resources this was identified as an opportunity to consolidate offices and services in our continued efforts to be good stewards of resources. Initially, there will be a consolidation of offices at CCAC in preparation to relocate approximately 400 caregivers from Lyndhurst. There is currently a planning team in place working through the details and more information will be available later this summer.
  11. From the Sphere's website: COMMUNITY AMENITIES Rooftop Swimming Pool with sundeck Fitness Center with strength training room and yoga room Billiards and Game Rooms Resident Lounge with Widescreen Televisions Tennis Court and Courtyard with Barbecue Grills (Re-Opening Spring '19) Business Center with WiFi Access Located in Trendy Playhouse Square Minutes Local Restaurants Minutes from Public Transit 15 Minutes to Cleveland Clinic Hospital Parking Garage Available Central Laundry Facility Package Acceptance 24 Hour Concierge 24 Hour Onsite Maintenance
  12. Correct - they own the entire former MBNA campus totalling over 700,000 sf of space. http://www.crenews.com/top_stories_subscriber/cleveland-clinic-pays-115mln-for-former-mbna-space-in-ohio.html
  13. I used to buy it when they sold it out of barrels at Crocker Park North Union Farmers' Markets... It's definitely crunchier than your standard krauts. I'm a fan of the Cabbage and Cukes because it's a little milder than straight cabbage.
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