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  1. Oldmanladyluck

    Cleveland: General Business & Economic News

    Nice :--) This September also has the region's highest employment numbers in the Education and Health Services sector. Ever.
  2. The BLS has Akron's numbers up by 1.8% yoy, highest September numbers in the last 29 years (!). The region is doing pretty good right now
  3. Oldmanladyluck

    Cleveland: General Business & Economic News

    You caught it before I did Great news all around for our employment numbers!
  4. Oldmanladyluck

    The Trump Presidency

    ^ From Benghazi to porn stars... what a switch!
  5. I like how the building looks from Lakeside close to the mall. It adds to the feel of urbanity, if that makes sense. Time for some new pics...
  6. Oldmanladyluck

    Terrorism / Mass Shootings

    Seems like thwarted terrorism to me...
  7. Oldmanladyluck

    Cleveland: General Business & Economic News

    ^Thanks, makes sense.
  8. Oldmanladyluck

    Cleveland: General Business & Economic News

    ^Just for clarification- I'm assuming the old industrial properties which remain vacant in the City aren't included in these reports. There's too many scattered throughout the City which have been vacant for years for this report to have those included as well. Does anyone know what factors would keep a property off of the report?
  9. Oldmanladyluck

    Cleveland: Downtown Office Development News

    I miss the look of Key Tower before the addition of the Key at the cornice along with the satellite dishes (HORRIBLE). But it's good to see Cleveland getting some attention.
  10. Oldmanladyluck

    The Official *I Love Cleveland* Thread

    I guess this could go here... with this report it looks like there will absolutely be continued demand for new construction downtown. There's only so many older building that can be converted to housing! Report shows demand for 6,800 more homes in downtown Cleveland by 2030 By Michelle Jarboe, The Plain Dealer Email the author | Follow on Twitter on September 26, 2018 at 10:36 AM, updated September 26, 2018 at 7:26 PM CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Developers could build - and expect to fill - 6,800 more residences in downtown Cleveland by 2030 without oversaturating the market, a new study asserts. Research by Urban Partners, a Philadelphia-based consulting firm, lays to rest concerns about a potential overabundance of housing in and near the central business district. There's ample demand, the consultants say. But Cleveland must find ways to add more for-sale homes to the rental-heavy market and to turn more downtown workers into residents. The study, funded by civic and nonprofit groups and released Wednesday, evaluates the opportunities for housing in downtown Cleveland and portions of six nearby neighborhoods. By plumbing census data, evaluating growth trends and comparing Cleveland to more-developed cities, Urban Partners concluded that downtown could approach - or possibly surpass - 30,000 residents by 2030, up from an estimated 17,500 renters, owners and students today. More at: http://realestate.cleveland.com/realestate-news/2018/09/report_shows_demand_for_6800_m.html
  11. Oldmanladyluck

    CLEVELAND - Fall in Flat

  12. Oldmanladyluck

    Cleveland: Port Authority News & Info

    ^^That would make a better impression, IMO for those visiting the city than docking at the port. ^If that's all the port has for immigration control, I think the Goodtime III's "office" is a modified trailer too, though I could be wrong. That would be an easy add-on for the E. 9th pier.