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  1. I think I see "skin" being installed on the Superior side of the building...
  2. ^Sometimes I don't understand committee members. This area is completely isolated in St. Clair/Superior and has no existing neighborhood fabric to build off of. It's literally putting a development in a place where no neighborhood retail exists. Besides the Lake, what neighborhood amenities are within a short walking distance?
  3. Look at Central- which often gets overlooked but has been doing well. Their average sale price was for over $100,000. I hope that continues
  4. Sending out a collective email to everyone might help... sounds like a project for this weekend.
  5. If Amazon chose Cleveland, I don't know if there would be too many who would complain. The spin-off of 20,000 extra people making $150,000 a year would be nice in this region. Maybe unnoticeable in NY, but nice for Cleveland.
  6. I remember seeing somewhere pics of some of the standing structures along Euclid Ave. which were demolished for CSU; weren't there stretches of 2-3 story apartments without storefronts there? I've been trying to find them, but can't locate any. Point being it's ok for this small section of Superior to be only apartments/condos. There's plenty of storefronts along Superior to fill in.
  7. I couldn't find a thread directly relating to the national debt, if there is one... U.S. national debt tops $22 trillion for the first time Published: Feb 12, 2019 5:00 p.m. ET U.S. financial picture getting worse in wake of Trump tax cuts The U.S. national debt topped a record $22 trillion this week, less than a year after it crossed the $21 trillion mark, indicating a further deterioration in the nation’s finances. The Peterson Foundation said the U.S. national debt has risen by $1 trillion in the past 11 months, calling it “the latest sign that our fiscal situation is not only unsustainable, but accelerating.” The foundation drew its estimate from the Treasury Department’s daily statement on the government financial assets and liabilities. The group has long called for reducing the national debt to ensure the nation’s long-term financial health. More at: https://www.marketwatch.com/story/us-national-debt-tops-22-trillion-for-the-first-time-2019-02-12
  8. There's plenty of space around for retail in existing storefronts all around Superior. This would be a net positive for downtown with more for-sale units, which I'm assuming this will be.
  9. The immediate area is not necessarily encouraging neighborhood life and seems to be a bit industrial. There's vacant lots directly next to both sides of the proposed site and across the street there's a factory.
  10. I have to wonder how much 2016 changed perceptions of Cleveland to the younger population. Since that study Cleveland's economy began to turn a corner and hasn't slowed down. I would like to see this study again, maybe for 2017-2022.
  11. ^Many Republican heads would explode if Obama used the Presidency to enrich himself while in office... but we're way past that point. Mr. Trump can do nothing wrong for some people.
  12. ^that would be interesting, and possibly somewhat of a throwback to what was there before the Justice Center regarding building height.
  13. ^And if the private sector couldn't get the Parking Lot District filled in within the last 40 years, don't expect people to be falling head-over-heals for the redevelopment of the Justice Center block (it does fill an entire block) anytime soon. The design of the complex sucks, sure. There's work that needs to be done at the building, that's a fact. But for those who want it down- would you be willing to sacrifice yet another block downtown which would more than likely end up being demolished?
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