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  1. Hall of Fame Village seeks to buy McKinley Grand By Kelly Byer CantonRep.com staff writer Posted at 5:30 AM Johnson Controls Hall of Fame Village seeks tax abatement to refurbish downtown Canton hotel. CANTON City documents show Johnson Controls Hall of Fame Village is the interested buyer seeking a tax abatement to refurbish downtown’s hotel property. The sale of the McKinley Grand Hotel at 320 Market Ave. S is not finalized, according to county records and Village CEO Mike Crawford. https://www.cantonrep.com/news/20190715/hall-of-fame-village-seeks-to-buy-mckinley-grand
  2. Akron’s first public splash park to open in August Posted Jul 8, 4:56 PM By Robin Goist, cleveland.com AKRON, Ohio – Children from the Joy Park Community Center in East Akron beamed from ear to ear Monday morning as they dug shovels into the ground, helping city leaders break ground on Akron’s first public water-spray park. The 1,600-square-foot splash pad at Joy Park Community Center is set to open in August, Mayor Dan Horrigan said at Monday’s groundbreaking. https://www.cleveland.com/akron/2019/07/akrons-first-public-splash-park-to-open-in-august.html
  3. July 07, 2019 04:00 AM updated 5 hours ago Neighborhood Watch: University Park is finding its identity Dan Shingler Development underway That may be wishful thinking, for now, but there is some development taking place near campus. The Martin University Center, a 40,000-square-foot former private club that opened in 1918 and has been vacant since 2013, is being redeveloped into a 73-room boutique hotel by an investor group led by Tom Chema, who is probably best known for spearheading the development of sports venues in downtown Cleveland. "We expect to spend something north of $14 million in hard dollars on the project. That does not include the acquisition, so we'll invest a total of about $19 million," he said. Chema added he expects to complete financing and begin construction in October, with hopes of opening by the end of 2020. https://www.crainscleveland.com/akron-news/neighborhood-watch-university-park-finding-its-identity
  4. 797 Residence prepares to open in Akron's Middlebury neighborhood Dan Shingler Businessman-turned-developer Nick Pamboukis has something not many others can tout. Not only did he just convert a former senior living center at 797 E. Market St. in Akron into high-end, market-rate apartments and a restaurant, he has a project that will be done on time. https://www.crainscleveland.com/real-estate/797-residence-prepares-open-akrons-middlebury-neighborhood
  5. Looking at the site plan, there are apartment buildings on the back of the site. How would one access those?
  6. Site Work Underway for $170M TJX Project By George Nelson | June 18, 2019 LORDSTOWN, Ohio – Heavy rains late last week and over the weekend has put a damper on work at the site of TJX Companies Inc.’s $170 million distribution center in Lordstown. But work is still underway, reports Mayor Arno Hill. The village of Lordstown issued zoning permits in April to site developer Independence Excavating Inc. in Independence. The contractor is preparing the site, nearly 300 acres, for the warehouse and distribution warehouse, guard house and pump house. https://businessjournaldaily.com/site-work-underway-for-170m-tjx-project/
  7. Thanks! This has been up for a couple weeks at least but I have not had a chance to grab a photo. Northside is not a technically an area defined by the city. It is considered part of Cascade Valley. This proposed development is across the street from the newer Cascade Lofts. The developer of that is calling the area NoHo for the street it sits on, North Howard. And, as you can see, they are calling this project the NoHo Commons.
  8. You can see the folding in person. The photo is not a great representation of what the final product will be.
  9. Need to see what the numbers are that total to that $1.2 billion. The business school is $72 million. The parking deck is $23 million and is not using any state funding. So you have $100 million right there.
  10. Kent State selling 270 acres, including golf course By BOB GAETJENS Reporter Posted May 26, 2019 at 12:01 AM As part of its recent master plan, Kent State University is selling a little more than 270 acres of property worth about $6.3 million, including a large portion of the former KSU Golf Course at the corner of Power Mill Road and Route 59. Connie Hawke, associate vice president for compliance, risk management and real estate for the university, said KSU identified the properties it wants to sell during its facilities master planning process. https://www.record-courier.com/news/20190526/kent-state-selling-270-acres-including-golf-course
  11. Akron's Bounce Innovation Hub unveils first-floor entrepreneurial space By Robin Goist, cleveland.com | Posted May 23, 2019 at 05:24 AM AKRON, Ohio – Akron’s Bounce Innovation Hub on Wednesday welcomed dozens of creators, business people and community members for the unveiling of its first-floor “Generator” space. The 27,000-square-foot first floor of the former B.F. Goodrich plant was designed for entrepreneurs, small businesses, freelancers, remote workers, corporate teams, gamers and artists. https://expo.cleveland.com/news/g66l-2019/05/cad5e0fcbc6284/akrons-bounce-innovation-hub-unveils-firstfloor-entrepreneurial-space.html Article even comes with a photo including an UO forum member!
  12. North Canton planning a new Hoover economic district By Jessica Holbrook CantonRep.com business writer Posted May 20, 2019 at 11:02 PM A portion of Increased property tax revenue generated by businesses in the eight Hoover District Downtown Redevelopment Districts would be reinvested in the form of grants, loans and infrastructure improvements. NORTH CANTON The city is pursuing a new plan to boost economic development downtown, particularly in the Hoover District. City Council introduced Monday legislation to create the Hoover District Downtown Redevelopment Districts. The eight districts encompass businesses or other areas that could be site of new developments near the former Hoover Company headquarters. https://www.cantonrep.com/news/20190520/north-canton-planning-new-hoover-economic-district?utm_source=akron-morning-roundup&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=20190521&utm_content=article7-headline
  13. Akron school board moves forward on I Promise School gym plan By Jennifer Pignolet / Beacon Journal/Ohio.com Posted May 13, 2019 at 7:49 PM Updated May 13, 2019 at 9:21 PM The Akron Public Schools Board of Education gave Superintendent David James broad authority on Monday to move forward with the recently announced plan to add a gymnasium to the I Promise School. The LeBron James Family Foundation is also considering adding an outdoor basketball court, the superintendent told board members at their bimonthly meeting. https://www.ohio.com/news/20190513/akron-school-board-moves-forward-on-i-promise-school-gym-plan?utm_source=akron-morning-roundup&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=20190514&utm_content=article13-headline
  14. City Council approves $12.3 million Centennial Plaza By Kelly Byer CantonRep.com staff writer Posted May 13, 2019 at 11:21 PM Updated May 13, 2019 at 11:30 PM ‘We need to take pride in our city,’ Mayor Thomas Bernabei says in advocating for project in downtown Canton. CANTON City Council has appropriated $12.9 million to develop Centennial Plaza — the grassy block downtown formerly known as Market Square. https://www.cantonrep.com/news/20190513/city-council-approves-123-million-centennial-plaza
  15. Akron Dish: Handel’s, Starbucks open in East End; Grandpa Joe’s candy store; Mother’s Day dining By Katie Byard Beacon Journal/Ohio.com Posted May 7, 2019 at 4:00 PM Updated May 8, 2019 at 1:41 PM The latest big local food news is the purchase of the Akron-area Bricco eateries by Dave Sharp, a 27-year veteran of the restaurant industry. Sharp, 46, is part owner of fine-dining restaurant DBA in downtown Akron’s Northside district. He bought four Bricco restaurants from Dave Glenny, who opened the first in 2003 (Bricco Prime in the Portage Lakes has closed). In case you missed it, you can find my story on the purchase at https://bit.ly/2YeySjr. I’ll have more information on Sharp’s plans for the collection of eateries next week. https://www.ohio.com/news/20190507/akron-dish-handels-starbucks-open-in-east-end-grandpa-joes-candy-store-mothers-day-dining
  16. GM in Talks to Sell Lordstown Plant to Electric Truck Maker May 8, 2019 LORDSTOWN, Ohio — President Donald J. Trump announced this morning via Twitter that General Motors Co. plans to sell its idled manufacturing plant here to Workhorse Group Inc., a Cincinnati company that produces electric vehicles. Tweeted the president, “GREAT NEWS FOR OHIO! Just spoke to Mary Barra, CEO of General Motors, who informed me that, subject to a UAW agreement etc., GM will be selling their beautiful Lordstown plant to Workhorse, where they play to build electric trucks.” https://businessjournaldaily.com/breaking-news-trump-tweets-gm-to-sell-lordstown-plant/
  17. Hudson voters reject Issue 11 downtown development in early election results Updated May 7, 9:32 PM; Posted May 7, 9:32 PM By Robin Goist, cleveland.com HUDSON, Ohio – With all precincts reporting, Hudson voters narrowly rejected an advisory vote on proposed downtown development, 52 percent to 48 percent. Hudson Voters Reject Issue 11
  18. City Councilwoman Sarita Cunningham, R-Ward 1, said she’s not sold on the Imagine initiative, and would rather see the city invest more in filling vacant downtown-area homes with young families seeking their first home purchases. “If we get these homes filled, we won’t need to fix downtown,” said Cunningham, the longtime owner of Massillon Quickprint at 131 First St. NE. They have two grant sources mentioned, ODOT and Ohio Public Works. Would they give money to fixing housing? This sounds like a FB comment from people that don't do any research about where the money is coming from. Hmm, when's she up for election?
  19. The giant billboard on top at the corner really sets it off!
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