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I'I just can't understand what the problem is with CWRU and CSU for that matter.Coming back to school, I stopped in Columbus to check out their downtown. I hadn't been there in a about year. High Street in Columbus is a lot like Euclid in that it connects downtown with the university district, and they are both essentially the main streets of the city.
I am also continually impressed by the fact that virtually all improvements in the city have been locally developed. We should be very proud of this fact. Even though outside investment and interest should be welcomed without question, I think you look at all the improvements and see the local money, talent, and time going into them and should be very satisfied.
Interesting to see Stark involved.I just hope all this development at UC ends up helping the city as much as it does Cleveland Heights and Shaker Heights. We need this to spark smart new development in Hough, Glenville and Fairfax.
^well they are going to need another hotel then!
Stark declined to discuss in detail his reasons for pulling out. But versions of his proposal apparently went beyond what the university envisioned in scale and scope.
I just hope whatever they build, it does not look like the generic Crocker Park / OSU Gateway / every other "mixed use" center built in the past 8 years