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  1. HUDSON, OH (March 28, 2020) – The City of Hudson announced today that it is altering course on the construction of the Downtown Phase II development adjacent to First & Main in the City’s core. The City will be parting company with Testa Companies on this project. “The Testa Companies have been great to work with and we are parting company on good terms,” said City Manager Jane Howington. “We wish Joel and his company well.” https://www.hudson.oh.us/794/Downtown-Phase-II
  2. Akron City Council expected to approve $306,000 for moving city employees from CitiCenter building, making way for development project Posted Feb 27, 2020 By Robin Goist, cleveland.com AKRON, Ohio – City Council is expected Monday to approve payment of $306,000 to cover the cost of moving city employees out of the downtown CitiCenter building as part of plans by a private developer to transform the property into apartments and offices. Brad Beckert, the city’s developing engineering manager, told a council committee this week that the 11-story building needs to be at least 90% vacant for two years to improve the chances of Cleveland-based Weston Inc. receiving historic tax credits for the project. https://www.cleveland.com/akron/2020/02/akron-city-council-expected-to-approve-306000-for-moving-city-employees-from-citicenter-building-making-way-for-development-project.html
  3. The Lodi mall is dead, agreed. But that didn't stop them from building a brand new outlet mall North of Columbus, Tanger Outlets. Will it survive? No, probably the same trajectory as almost all other outlet malls. Also, why mention Lodi and not Grove City which appears to be doing fine. He cherry picked a bad one.
  4. I'm guessing you mean contemporary. Modernist is an era of Architecture and this does not fit it. Modern architecture, or modernist architecture, was based upon new and innovative technologies of construction, particularly the use of glass, steel and reinforced concrete; the idea that form should follow function (functionalism); an embrace of minimalism; and a rejection of ornament.
  5. Confusion, opposition stall Canton’s Cirelli building project From the Canton Repository: The Arthur J. Cirelli building on 30th Street NW will remain vacant for the foreseeable future. The Stark Metropolitan Housing Authority and developers Giltz and Associates planned to demolish the dilapidated structure and build an $8 million to $10 million housing and retail complex. Confusion and changes regarding the proposal and city practices, however, have halted discussions. 'This was an evolving project, and I think that added to some of the confusion because when things are early on, things are constantly changing,' Councilman John Mariol II said. Article
  6. Akron uses new law to reject latest discount store proposal From the Akron Beacon Journal: Citing a new local law that prevents discount stores from flooding Akron neighborhoods, council rejected another Dollar General on Monday, Feb. 24. But the vote was not unanimous. Councilwoman Tara Samples broke with her colleagues, saying that planning staff failed to notify residents in her neighboring city ward who may lack transportation and would benefit from another retail option. The proposed location was 1,400 feet from an existing Family Dollar on Arlington Street near Dave’s Market. A law passed in the fall prohibits new dollar stores within 2,500 feet of existing ones. Article
  7. The first two proposed were the same Architect, I believe. And this new "design" is nothing like this one.
  8. February 20, 2020 02:41 PM 19 hours ago Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank gets closer to funding new Canton site, expansion CRAIN'S AKRON BUSINESS he Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank announced Thursday, Feb. 20, that it's well on the way to funding a project that includes a new warehouse facility in Canton and an expansion of its Akron facility. Officials made the announcement at news conference Thursday morning, which also was livestreamed on social media. https://www.crainscleveland.com/nonprofits/akron-canton-regional-foodbank-gets-closer-funding-new-canton-site-expansion
  9. CANTON Downtown Canton is getting a Jerzee’s All American Sports Grille. The bar and restaurant will be located at 330 Court Ave. NW in Centennial Plaza. Operations are expected to start in time for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s annual enshrinement festival, once construction of the $12.3 million plaza is complete. The restaurant will be open seven days a week, have indoor and outdoor seating, and offer a full bar and an abbreviated version of the Jerzee’s menu. https://www.cantonrep.com/news/20200219/jerzeersquos-to-open-downtown-canton-cafe-at-centennial-plaza
  10. Neighborhood Watch: Akron's Cascade Valley is bridging city's past and potential future February 16, 2020 04:00 AM updated 2 hours ago Dan Shingler "We have plans to continue this development at North and Howard with another 24 units we'll be putting atop a parking garage," he said. He's also looking to build on land that he owns across Howard Street. "That's slated for 40 units on top of 25,000 square feet of mercantile space: retail, restaurants banking, all sorts of mixed-use," Troppe said. https://www.crainscleveland.com/akron-news/neighborhood-watch-akrons-cascade-valley-bridging-citys-past-and-potential-future
  11. Akron community gardeners plant idea to open kitchen in Summit Lake A nonprofit operator of community gardens in Akron is exploring the concept of opening its own kitchen near Summit Lake to feed the neighborhood and meet increased demand for production. https://www.beaconjournal.com/news/20200216/akron-community-gardeners-plant-idea-to-open-kitchen-in-summit-lake?utm_source=SFMC&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Akron Beacon Journal daily 2020-02-17&utm_content=GTOH_ABJ&utm_term=021720
  12. New restaurant in Kenmore Lil’ Bit Café has opened on Kenmore Boulevard as the first sit-down lunch and dinner restaurant to open in the neighborhood in years, according to the Kenmore Neighborhood Alliance. The 25-seat eatery, near the Rialto Theatre, has a menu that includes sandwiches called the “Whole Hog,” which includes pulled pork, ham, bacon, cheddar cheese and house slaw on a Kaiser bun, and the “Mac Daddy,” which is panko-crusted fried macaroni and cheese on Texas Toast. https://www.beaconjournal.com/news/20200212/new-lilrsquo-bit-cafe-serving-up-high-hopes-for-akronrsquos-kenmore-area?utm_source=Newsletter&utm_medium=Newsletter: Rubber City Daily&utm_campaign=Rubber City Daily - Akron newsletter
  13. Agreed, the issue is we are now living with the damage that previous industrial companies have caused to it. It is a great asset though, even if only to look at.
  14. Canton’s Cirelli building to make way for SMHA housing, retail By Kelly Byer CantonRep.com staff writer Posted Feb 10, 2020 at 5:31 AM CANTON The Stark Metropolitan Housing Authority and a Jackson Township developer plan to create a housing and retail complex on 30th Street NW. The vacant Arthur J. Cirelli building would be demolished and replaced with a mixed-use development. Ashley Wright, director of planning and development for SMHA, said the housing authority would oversee housing while Glitz & Associates would oversee retail. “We are looking to do a mixed-income development there, if possible, which would include market rate and some subsidized housing,” she said. It would be SMHA’s first property that isn’t solely housing. https://www.cantonrep.com/news/20200210/cantonrsquos-cirelli-building-to-make-way-for-smha-housing-retail?utm_source=akron-morning-roundup&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=20200211&utm_content=article10-headline
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