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  1. Cincinnati Art Museum Offers Sneak Peek at Progress of Beautiful 'Art Climb' Staircase Project https://www.citybeat.com/arts-culture/culture/blog/21129978/cincinnati-art-museum-offers-sneak-peek-at-progress-of-beautiful-art-climb-staircase-project?fbclid=IwAR0Pme0vCXrxU_cqCrEeQYNoOXQ1TvF2lHtnZtNWxvc3oDhj2d1bR2sQ4ac
  2. And Monroe Blocks face further delay. Both projects are WAY too big for the need/demand.
  3. Do they have other back office facilities in Greater Cincinnati? I know at one time they had credit cards in Mason, but they sold that line of business. I'd hate to see them abandon Cincinnati.
  4. But if you read the full article, it states that not a single senior-level executive works out of Cincinnati--which is different than the past. So it's really hard to state that Cincinnati their HQ; it's more of an administrative/operations center.
  5. Pressure to shrink: Will Macy's downsizing mean the loss of its Cincinnati headquarters? CINCINNATI — After seven quarters of growth, Macy’s Inc. is in downsizing mode again. Does that mean Cincinnati’s third-largest company might pull the plug on its downtown Cincinnati headquarters? https://www.wcpo.com/news/local-news/i-team/pressure-to-shrink-will-macys-downsizing-mean-the-loss-of-its-cincinnati-headquarters
  6. Considering what it replaced originally......I don't know. But as far as infill goes, it's fine.
  7. Not sure if this is the most appropriate place to share but .. Detroit had a subway plan around 1915. Unlike Cincinnati, no work was actually done. http://www.dailydetroit.com/2016/05/29/10-fantastic-facts-detroits-scrapped-subway-proposal/?fbclid=IwAR33toKLNC2FbkseGD1i_c3d0-ksq6sTDgJKx_qfS2wqqzppfruN0cVAnsk
  8. Gilbert's Monroe Blocks and ambitious Hudson's site developments are also way behind schedule.
  9. Looks like some of these projects are getting scaled back https://detroit.curbed.com/2020/1/13/21063921/the-mid-midtown-detroit-delay-construction
  10. The units were WAY over-priced for what they were. The trend--in downtown construction--seems to have moved from owner-occupied to renter-occupied.
  11. Former Greek Orthodox church who sold their property to built a new church in the middle of a cornfield on the outskirts of town. Sold to a real estate developer for penthouse / lots. Project known as The Gallery. Proposed at the peak of the market. http://www.annarbor.com/business-review/lender-sues-over-2275-loan-on-the-gallery-condo-project-in-ex-greek-church-in-ann-arbor/ The developer was Michael Concannon. He has his hand on a few unfinished projects around town.
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