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Want to transform your dntn? Small scale projects = big deal, sez urban advocate @MikeLydon @WarehouseCLE @gatewayCLE http://t.co/5FNURNJNRP


"Fascism begins the moment a ruling class, fearing the people may use their political democracy to gain economic democracy, begins to destroy political democracy in order to retain its power of exploitation and special privilege." -- Tommy Douglas, Scottish-born Canadian Baptist minister and the seventh Premier of Saskatchewan

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Virginia Marti is located in Lakewood, but this article about its future had an interesting little tidbit:

 

He [Milan Milasinovic] also expects the school will stay at the 20,000-square-foot home it owns on Detroit Avenue in Lakewood given the current real estate climate, although he'd love for the campus to be located in downtown Cleveland one day.

 

I think that would be a fantastic move.  They'd probably have an easier time attracting students to a central location, and Downtown is certainly appealing to creatives and young people.  There's a bunch of smaller buildings that could be renovated for them!

 

Virginia Marti is changing course

June 07, 2015

 

By Timothy Magaw

 

Bold changes are underway at the Virginia Marti College of Art and Design, including a shift in ownership from the Lakewood-based institution's namesake and longtime proprietor.

 

Virginia Marti Veith, now 86, has sold a minority stake of the school she has operated since 1966 to Milan Milasinovic, an experienced fashion industry executive who most recently served as vice president for academic affairs and chief academic officer at New York City's LIM College, a for-profit school focused on the business side of the fashion industry.

 

Terms of the sale were not disclosed. Veith will be active on the college's board of directors, but complete ownership is expected to transfer to Milasinovic — now the school's president — over the next two years.

 

Milasinovic's vision for the school is especially ambitious.

 

http://www.crainscleveland.com/article/20150607/NEWS/306079987/virginia-marti-is-changing-course

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Posting this here just to get attention to the Downtown Technology Center project that was prematurely moved to the completed projects section....

 

http://www.urbanohio.com/forum2/index.php/topic,10547.msg759280.html#msg759280


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Virginia Marti is located in Lakewood, but this article about its future had an interesting little tidbit:

 

He [Milan Milasinovic] also expects the school will stay at the 20,000-square-foot home it owns on Detroit Avenue in Lakewood given the current real estate climate, although he'd love for the campus to be located in downtown Cleveland one day.

 

I think that would be a fantastic move.  They'd probably have an easier time attracting students to a central location, and Downtown is certainly appealing to creatives and young people.  There's a bunch of smaller buildings that could be renovated for them!

 

 

http://www.crainscleveland.com/article/20150607/NEWS/306079987/virginia-marti-is-changing-course

 

This section of Lakewood is already depressing. Hate to see them move.

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#CLE-based @unitedchurch finds buyer for downtown HQ, adjacent @RadissonCLEV hotel. Sale-leaseback on office: http://t.co/QjT8uq28DE #CRE


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Cleveland snaps New Markets Tax Credits dry spell; region wins $95 million

 

By  Michelle Jarboe McFee, The Plain Dealer 

June 15, 2015 at 5:34 PM, updated June 15, 2015 at 6:34 PM

 

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- A Cleveland-based fund won $50 million worth of federal tax credits Monday to support Cuyahoga County real estate projects, breaking a dry spell that posed financing challenges for complex developments in cash-strapped areas.

 

And an Akron-based fund nabbed a $45 million allocation of New Markets Tax Credits, according to an announcement from the U.S. Treasury Department. That fund, managed by the Development Finance Authority of Summit County, targets investments across 17 other counties.

 

The region-wide, $95 million win comes on the heels of a rough year for Northeast Ohio community-development groups. In June 2014, all of the local applicants missed out on New Markets, which are awarded once each year and are designed to spur investment in low-income communities.

 

Organizations like Cleveland Development Advisors, an arm of the Greater Cleveland Partnership, use the credits to fill financing gaps and attract private money to projects that might otherwise be overlooked. Companies and individuals who invest in those projects get a credit, in turn, to use against their federal income-tax bills.

 

http://www.cleveland.com/business/index.ssf/2015/06/cleveland_snaps_new_markets_ta.html

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NHS of Greater CLE ‏@NHSCleveland  6h6 hours ago

Every Cleveland property to be photographed and rated http://www.freshwatercleveland.com/devnews/survey061515.aspx … via @FreshWaterCLE #vacancy #abandoned #zombieproperties


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NHS of Greater CLE ‏@NHSCleveland  6h6 hours ago

Every Cleveland property to be photographed and rated http://www.freshwatercleveland.com/devnews/survey061515.aspx … via @FreshWaterCLE #vacancy #abandoned #zombieproperties

 

The below article was written by Jim Rokakis a couple years ago. And to me shows that this new undertaking to photograph and rate every Cleveland property is not in the best interest of those who want renovation, restoration of properties to be a part of any endeavor to make Cleveland great again. Jim would rather see noting but vacant land in the city of Cleveland rather then renovated and restored homes. Why are not "free" government funds available to rehab homes, but yet are available to demolish homes?

 

Article:

How best to save a neighborhood? The case for demolition: Jim Rokakis

 

Plain Dealer guest columnist  By  Plain Dealer guest columnist 

on July 07, 2013 at 4:52 AM, updated July 07, 2013 at 4:53 AM

 

These are difficult times for Ohio cities. Foreclosures -- while on the decline -- are still three times their "normal" pre-foreclosure-crisis levels. Add to that problem the now-vacant thousands of structures -- made vacant largely as a result of the crisis -- and it is obvious Ohio is suffering from a double-whammy of ailments. Sadly, there is no end in sight.

 

For that reason, it was good news last month when the U.S. Department of the Treasury, after considerable lobbying from Northeast Ohio members of Congress and community leaders, agreed to allow a portion of the "Hardest Hit Fund" -- money set aside by the Obama administration in 2009 to assist distressed homeowners facing foreclosure -- to be used for blight clearance as well. Michigan already has moved $100 million to blight clearance. Ohio is considering at least $60 million.

 

The White House and Treasury understand that vacancy abatement is a national priority, since the collapse of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and their takeover by the federal government means that we are backstopping nine of 10 mortgages in this country. They understand that vacancies are lowering property values. They understand that neighborhoods with abandoned homes are less safe. Most important, they understand that vacant properties are shaking the confidence of homeowners to the extent that they are starting to walk away from these mortgages -- and that the federal government will have to make good on these mortgages.

....

 

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^^  I don't have time to search right now, but IIRC Jeff Johnson wrote a pretty good rebuttal to this.

 

Here is that rebuttal.

 

Article:How best to save a neighborhood? The case for rehabilitation: Jeffrey Johnson

 

The fight to save our neighborhoods by removing abandoned houses through demolition appears to many to be a rational and important strategy. We have heard from some that vacant structures lower the values of surrounding properties and have devastated the local property tax base. Jim Rokakis, director of the Thriving Communities Institute, recently said: "Our studies showed that demolitions increase property values; increased property values mean more stability and more stability means fewer foreclosures."

 

It is easy to be persuaded by what appears to be a strong argument for demolition as a logical strategy for growth in our communities. Many of our most influential leaders have jumped on the demolition bandwagon. Members of Congress, state and local officials and others have all joined in to sing the same song of "demolition now."

 

I believe, however, that all of them are tone deaf to the long-term negative impact of their message to our communities.

 

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Why are not "free" government funds available to rehab homes, but yet are available to demolish homes?

 

There are loans and tax incentives available for rehabs.

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Generally speaking, I'm with Johnson on this.  I appreciate his efforts on behalf of historical preservation and I wish he wasn't such a lonely voice against the chorus of destruction.  That said, I'm cool with starting fresh on most of Cleveland's prewar housing stock.  A lot of it wasn't very solid to begin with and wasn't built to last much longer than it already has. 

 

A clear distinction should be made between that housing stock and the stock of brick apartments and mixed-use buildings, which need to be preserved and rehabbed.  We can't afford to lose them.  Those buildings are what mark us as a major city, they should be in our future as well as our past, and I fear that the aforementioned chorus of destruction wants them indiscriminately wiped out.

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Why are not "free" government funds available to rehab homes, but yet are available to demolish homes?

 

There are loans and tax incentives available for rehabs.

 

I'm surprised we don't just give them to worthy developers, who in return for a signature promising a complete rehab, get the property free and clear. 

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Berea will help renovate Browns headquarters and extend team's stay (photos)

By Grant Segall, The Plain Dealer

On June 02, 2015 at 1:08 PM, updated June 02, 2015 at 1:25 PM

 

BEREA, Ohio — Berea City Council unanimously approved a deal Monday night to cover $14 million to $15 million worth of renovations to the Cleveland Browns headquarters and keep the team here through at least 2028.

 

The deal also commits the Browns to 10 kinds of community service.

 

"It's a great facility," Mayor Cyril Kleem said Tuesday, "but they want to make it better, primarily for the players. When a free agent takes a tour, the training facility is an important factor. It often shows the commitment of the team to winning and to the health of the players."

 

MORE:

http://www.cleveland.com/berea/index.ssf/2015/06/berea_will_help_renovate_browns_headquarters_and_extend_teams_stay_photos.html


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This is the Grayton Road - I-480 - Brookpark Road area. I first thought this was one of the old NASA office buildings in Fairview Park. But it says Emerald Parkway which is on the north side of I-480 and in Cleveland. And a close-up of the image looks more like new construction but designed/inspired by the NASA office buildings....

 

http://www.loopnet.com/Listing/18362037/20445-Emerald-Parkway-Cleveland-OH/

 

5cf9680882ea40d89bd027439e4597a3.jpg

 

Description

 

Planned Building 1: Two International Place

Class A Modern Office Building

Two (2) Story 60,000 SF building

Flexible floorplates for all uses

Situated on 5.43 acres with free surface 366 car

parking

 

Planned Building 2: Emerald Park Entertainment

Center

20 acre destination mixed use project (restaurant,

hotels, entertainment venues, shopping)

I-480 Frontage offering visibility to over 100,000 cars

daily

20445 Emerald Parkway

20445 Emerald Parkway, Cleveland, OH 44135


"Fascism begins the moment a ruling class, fearing the people may use their political democracy to gain economic democracy, begins to destroy political democracy in order to retain its power of exploitation and special privilege." -- Tommy Douglas, Scottish-born Canadian Baptist minister and the seventh Premier of Saskatchewan

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Sounds like this store would have a lox on the market!  :jo:

 

Developer eyes Mayfield Road Tesla lot for kosher grocery store

By Sara Dorn, Northeast Ohio Media Group

on June 26, 2015 at 3:30 PM, updated June 26, 2015 at 4:31 PM

 

LYNDHURST, Ohio — A New York businessman wants to open an upscale kosher grocery store on the empty lot next to Tesla Motors on Mayfield Road.

 

The lot was a car dealership for more than a quarter-century and has sat empty since Tesla electric car company began leasing the space next door in November.

 

If the city approves the new grocery store, it could could fill a hole left in the Jewish community, which is prevalent in the Beachwood-Lyndhurst area, since Lax & Mandel Bakery in South Euclid closed last month.

 

The new grocer is expected to be much larger — up to 16,000-square-feet — and carry more products, said Chuck Essreg of Kowit & Co. Real Estate Group. Essreg represented the buyer, Israel Blackman, at a Lyndhurst Planning Commission meeting Thursday.

 

MORE:

http://www.cleveland.com/lyndhurst-south-euclid/index.ssf/2015/06/developer_eyes_mayfield_road_t.html


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ThistleDown Racino releases rendering of $70 million expansion

By Karen Farkas, Northeast Ohio Media Group

on July 02, 2015 at 10:44 AM, updated July 02, 2015 at 10:57 AM

 

NORTH RANDALL, Ohio - Construction is underway for the $70 million expansion of ThistleDown Racino and the management company released a rendering of the upgraded building.

 

The 89-year-old racetrack, which straddles North Randall and Warrensville Heights, opened as a racino in April 2013 following an $88 million renovation.

 

That project was not as expansive or elaborate as others in Ohio, including the Hard Rock Rocksino in nearby Northfield Park, because Rock Gaming had an option to close ThistleDown and build a new racino in the Akron-Canton area.

 

The racino is an affiliate of Rock Gaming and is managed by Caesars Entertainment.

 

MORE:

http://www.cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2015/07/thistledown_racino_releases_re.html

 


"Fascism begins the moment a ruling class, fearing the people may use their political democracy to gain economic democracy, begins to destroy political democracy in order to retain its power of exploitation and special privilege." -- Tommy Douglas, Scottish-born Canadian Baptist minister and the seventh Premier of Saskatchewan

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I really think one of the reasons the downtown Cleveland casino isn't doing better is because of ThistleDown. It's just too close to Cleveland and draws potential patrons away. I wish they would have moved it to Akron, but oh well. I guess, jobs?

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I really think one of the reasons the downtown Cleveland casino isn't doing better is because of ThistleDown. It's just too close to Cleveland and draws potential patrons away. I wish they would have moved it to Akron, but oh well. I guess, jobs?

 

Thistledown is meant to attract a less affluent crowd.

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Hilton Garden Inn Downtown Cleveland sells for $16.6 million, @CrainRltywriter reports.

http://t.co/esabTV2tjb http://t.co/DMAb78F4De


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New @BUGCOhio annual report spotlights $6B in #CLE infrastructure development http://t.co/ZxxTMAqDeV


"Fascism begins the moment a ruling class, fearing the people may use their political democracy to gain economic democracy, begins to destroy political democracy in order to retain its power of exploitation and special privilege." -- Tommy Douglas, Scottish-born Canadian Baptist minister and the seventh Premier of Saskatchewan

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"Fascism begins the moment a ruling class, fearing the people may use their political democracy to gain economic democracy, begins to destroy political democracy in order to retain its power of exploitation and special privilege." -- Tommy Douglas, Scottish-born Canadian Baptist minister and the seventh Premier of Saskatchewan

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Black Sapphire C Cleveland 2014 is the investor group that bought the Hampton Inn on East Ninth Street. Wonder what the easement is for?

 

http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/designreview/drcagenda/2015/08072015/index.php

 

City Planning Commission

Agenda for August 7, 2015

 

Ordinance No. 872-15(Ward 3/Councilmember Cimperman): Authorizing the Director of Public Works to execute a deed of easement to Black Sapphire C Cleveland 2014 modifying certain easement rights in property located in the vicinity of East 9th Street and Rockwell Park, and declaring that the easement rights granted are not needed for the City's public use.


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Hey guys, I'm wondering if you can help me. Is there a Shaker Heights Development thread or a thread that would contain Shaker Heights Developments? I know there wouldn't be much going on in the thread in terms of 'new' development but they're redeveloping Van Aken's shopping center and I'm really curious to find the latest renderings and site plans for said shopping center as well as a list of tenants signed on and even information about plans by those tenants. I got transferred up here from the Columbus market to manage a store ran by one of our franchise partners which currently occupies the shopping center and I'm told we're supposed to be getting a new store next year when the construction is complete but my District Supervisor and people I've spoke to at our home office (including, sadly, the CEO) didn't have much information for me when I approached them and inquired about the situation. I don't even know what contractors they're using and I just moved up here (to Moreland Blvd by Shaker Square as a matter of fact) so needless to say I'm very curious to see at this point at least what Shaker Heights and the developer's 'vision' is for Van Aken thus far. I know plans change frequently but I would be very appreciative for any resources or information currently available that you guys can provide me. I knew that I was being sent to a struggling store but after talking to a lot of folks who work at other stores in this shopping center, I'm finding that it's not simply an issue with the product or service at my store but that everyone is struggling. I heard that another restaurant that has occupied the center for decades only did $1500 in sales the other day which is extremely low volume for any restaurant but particularly bad for a full service restaurant. Everyone around here is anxiously waiting for this new development as construction is causing people to avoid shopping in the plaza and frankly, the store owners and employees are losing a lot of money in the mean time and it really sucks but seeing this new vision and knowing what we have to look forward to certainly makes it better in the mean time, at least for me. Hopefully it's an attractive destination that will benefit all of us tenants and cause us to see a big increase in Comp sales to make up for this current disaster.

 

Also, is there some kind of public forum in Shaker where members of the community and folks like me who have an incentive to see this shopping center thrive, can voice their opinions/concerns and offer suggestions and input for this development?

 

Clearly I am completely out of the loop with what I've gotten myself into! Hehe.

 

Thanks :)

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1. Still wondering what's going on with the former Sunnyside space on corner of Pearl and Lucerne. Anyone know how I can find out? They tore what was there down very quickly and are clearly putting in foundation on something else, but I don't know what.

 

2. Anyone know what's going on/in with the former Outback steakhouse space in Greens of Lyndhurst? There's some construction there in the building.

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1. Still wondering what's going on with the former Sunnyside space on corner of Pearl and Lucerne. Anyone know how I can find out? They tore what was there down very quickly and are clearly putting in foundation on something else, but I don't know what.

 

2. Anyone know what's going on/in with the former Outback steakhouse space in Greens of Lyndhurst? There's some construction there in the building.

 

RE: #1

http://www.urbanohio.com/forum2/index.php/topic,29829.msg763258.html#msg763258

 

RE: #2

Might be this....

http://www.cleveland.com/beachwood/index.ssf/2015/04/13_corner_bakery_cafes_to_open.html


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2. Anyone know what's going on/in with the former Outback steakhouse space in Greens of Lyndhurst? There's some construction there in the building.

 

An independent Mexican restaurant is going in there. That area is also getting a Moe's Southwest Grill. Moe's is planned for one of the outlots at Oakwood Commons. That will join a new Chipotle in Highland Heights on Wilson Mills across from Progressive. Lots of new Mexican options on the eastside.

 

Also somewhat related, The Greens of Lyndhurst will be losing their Third Federal branch. That's moving down Mayfield to where Pizza Hut was. The old Pizza Hut has already been demolished. 

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Former Parker Hannifin home will be transformed

 

By STAN BULLARD   

Lawyer turned entrepreneur turned real estate developer Lance B. Johnson is getting ready to turn the lights back on at the former Cleveland Clinic administrative center and one-time headquarters of Parker Hannifin Corp. in Cleveland.

However, he plans to do so only one floor at a time in the massive office, warehouse and former data center with a half-million square feet of space on 17 acres at 17325 Euclid Ave. Electricity and natural gas costs are substantial for bringing back to use the property as a multitenant business complex, Johnson said in an interview as he toured the project last Wednesday, Aug. 19.

Utility costs may be high, but he got the property for virtually a pittance. According to Cuyahoga County land records, Johnson's Chandler Park LLC paid just $400,000 on Aug. 13 for the building. In other words, he paid about 76 cents a square foot for the site, which is essential for his plan to offer inexpensive office and industrial space in the complex. “For almost 100 years, there's been no access for the community to this property,” Johnson said of the complex surrounded by a chain-link fence topped with barbed wire. “For this to flourish, it has to become a community center, a home for businesses and activities associated with the community.”

 

http://www.crainscleveland.com/article/20150823/NEWS/308239993/former-parker-hannifin-home-will-be-transformed?X-IgnoreUserAgent=1

 

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Found these very old whiskey bottles in a ceiling in a house I am renovating in Lakewood. Some have addresses placing the supplier on E 9th street and E 4th street. Couldn't find anything in Google about either of these brands. I'm thinking pre-prohibition based on the one having a date of 1906. House was built in 1915. Any info or worth about any of these would be appreciated!

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What are the addresses? What else was written on the bottles?

 

Do we have a Cleveland general history thread other than the vintage photos thread?


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What are the addresses? What else was written on the bottles?

 

Do we have a Cleveland general history thread other than the vintage photos thread?

 

Do the two pictures show up? The supply companies are Superior Supply Co. (2 different addresses): 211 Superior Ave 1917 E 9th Street. And the other one is 2073 E 4th Street (can't read the entire label)

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Now they do. They didn't at first. I'll see if I can find out anything tomorrow.


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