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KJP

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  1. I was hoping to have the article done tonight but we took a long walk to and from dinner. I'll be able to finish it tomorrow.
  2. Time to tease a story....it's not as game-changing as moving Burke, but it's pretty close.
  3. Separate post because I consider this to be an amazing development that warrants its own post.......
  4. De Blasio is the disgrace. He's the Democrats' version of Trump.
  5. If that's correct, then America has gone off the rails.
  6. PA: NEXTransit looking at the future of transit in Allegheny County The plan for the Pittsburgh region's public transportation future will be called NEXTransit, but where that system should serve and how it should get there will be determined over the next year. https://www.masstransitmag.com/management/news/21140496/pa-nextransit-looking-at-the-future-of-transit-in-allegheny-county
  7. And And read these GOP senators' responses starting with this one....
  8. Yes. Hopefully RDL will also start to grow again. I added a paragraph to the article about that.
  9. Well, that's pretty terrifying coming from an optimistic guy like you.
  10. Wouldn't ya know it. One day after I post a Seeds & Sprouts, bids have gone out for Cedar Extension Phase III, a $17.75 million new-construction mixed-income apartment project at 2320 East 30th St.
  11. MONDAY, JUNE 1, 2020 Seeds & Sprouts VII - Early intel on real estate projects Parker's restaurant will reopen as Bett's Following a renovation that has been under way during the pandemic, Parker's Downtown will reopen under the name "Bett's" and with a new concept at the end of this month, according to the building's owner CRM Companies. Although the menu and brand is not yet publicly available, the new restaurant hasn't changed ownership. It will continue to be owned by James and Victoria Mowbray. Parker's was a 120-seat restaurant which served the public as well as customers of the Kimpton Schofield Hotel at the corner of Euclid Avenue and East 9th Street in downtown Cleveland. MORE: https://neo-trans.blogspot.com/2020/06/seeds-sprouts-vii-early-intel-on-real.html
  12. MONDAY, JUNE 1, 2020 Seeds & Sprouts VII - Early intel on real estate projects Crocker Park expands with new stores Despite the pandemic, several new retailers are coming to the Greater Cleveland market. Sources say bids are due next week for the buildout of two retail tenant spaces involving a total of $2 million worth of construction work at Crocker Park in Westlake. The two retail spaces are for buy buy BABY, an infant clothing and accessory store, and Cost Plus World Market, a home decor, home entertaining and gift giving shop. Buy buy BABY will occupy 18,363 square feet at 302 Main St. and Cost Plus World Market will be across the street in a 18,380-square-foot space at 313 Main. MORE: https://neo-trans.blogspot.com/2020/06/seeds-sprouts-vii-early-intel-on-real.html
  13. MONDAY, JUNE 1, 2020 Seeds & Sprouts VII - Early intel on real estate projects Berusch's Larchmere project delayed Berusch Development Partners' proposed mixed-use development at 12607 Larchmere Blvd. in Cleveland has hit a pandemic-related snag despite other recent progress, according to development firm President Russell Berusch. The project's partner and main tenant was to be RDL Architects, a 44-employee Shaker Heights firm that would relocate to 13,000 square feet in the proposed building. The project's total square footage is proposed to be 20,000 square feet which would also include four apartments and a small, ground-floor retail space for an anticipated coffee shop. MORE: https://neo-trans.blogspot.com/2020/06/seeds-sprouts-vii-early-intel-on-real.html
  14. MONDAY, JUNE 1, 2020 Seeds & Sprouts VII - Early intel on real estate projects Pilsener Square housing project advances The adaptive reuse of the long-closed Pilsener Brewing Co., 6605 Clark Ave., was bolstered by Cleveland's City Planning Commission awarding landmark status to the historic building May 15. However, the project missed the latest opportunity to win a $817,050 competitive New Affordability tax credit from the Ohio Housing Finance Agency. The landmark designation will position the $8.5 million project to win potentially large historic tax credits from the state and/or federal governments to restore and convert the building into 39 apartments. The brewery was constructed in 1894 and was expanded rapidly with additional structures that are no longer standing. The company which brewed P.O.C. beer and other brands closed in 1984. MORE: https://neo-trans.blogspot.com/2020/06/seeds-sprouts-vii-early-intel-on-real.html
  15. MONDAY, JUNE 1, 2020 Seeds & Sprouts VII - Early intel on real estate projects Euclid shoreline improvements continue Public bidding has commenced for the construction of additional Phase 2 features of the City of Euclid's shoreline improvement project to create a lakefront trail and erosion control along Lake Erie. The project is proving so popular and visionary that Cuyahoga County and other cities want to emulate the project across 30 miles of the entire county's shoreline. Bids are due to be submitted to the city by June 15 for phase 2 improvements estimated at about $749,999, according to the city. But other elements bring the total cost of this phase to about $5 million. The project will extend the trail and erosion control, including a new beach, 0.25-mile eastward to north of the Harbor Crest Apartments and create a park between the Harbor Crest and Normandy Towers Apartments. MORE https://neo-trans.blogspot.com/2020/06/seeds-sprouts-vii-early-intel-on-real.html
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