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  1. Wonder if this bid was canceled due to a lack of gas tax revenues from the pandemic or perhaps some other reason?

     

    CUY SR 176 10.13

    Bids of July 2 cancelled. Project to be released at later date. Pending owner's decision

    Roadway Lighting, Paving, Highway Signs/Guardrails, Site Development, Storm Sewer

    (Cities of Cleveland & Parma)(Village of Brooklyn Heights),

    $14,250,000


  2. @cadmen I'd be willing to bet that was a Monday Night Football game. I recall that, during the late-1980s and early 90s that downtown building owners were encouraged by the mayor to leave their lights on so that the MNF cameras would show a more positive, well-illuminated downtown Cleveland to a national audience.

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  3. This could probably going any one of several threads, but I'm posting it here perhaps more so out of wishful thinking. But…

     

    Does anyone know why Stark Enterprises hosted a private party for about 100 people on the rooftop patio of The Beacon last Thursday evening? I doubt it was for their offering 6 months of free rent at The Beacon. It timed with the end of June, and the end of the month is when property sales or financial transactions often close.

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  4. Thanks as always to @tykaps!

     

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    SUNDAY, JULY 5, 2020

    Two developments, two sides of town and redesigned, too

     

    wo small-to-medium-sized developments on each side of town are finding new lives after they've been significantly redesigned. One was a purely residential development in Lakewood that shrank but added mixed use. The other was a mixed-use development in Cleveland's Larchmere district that has become purely residential.

    The Larchmere development not only has a totally new design concept but an additional developer involved. Previously, Berusch Development Partners pursued a 20,000-square-foot project with RDL Architects moving its office from Shaker Heights into a 13,000-square-foot ground-floor space next to a new coffee shop and topped by four apartments.

     

    MORE:

    https://neo-trans.blogspot.com/2020/07/two-developments-two-sides-of-town-and.html

     

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    SUNDAY, JULY 5, 2020

    Two developments, two sides of town and redesigned, too

     

    Two small-to-medium-sized developments on each side of town are finding new lives after they've been significantly redesigned. One was a purely residential development in Lakewood that shrank but added mixed use. The other was a mixed-use development in Cleveland's Larchmere district that has become purely residential.

     

    MORE:

    https://neo-trans.blogspot.com/2020/07/two-developments-two-sides-of-town-and.html

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