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Owned by the same guy as the schofield building and slated to be renovated at the same time (along with the security federal building next door). Assuming the tax credits get approved (all have been applied for), I hear financing is looking good on all of them.
Didn't we used to have a thread going for the two or three buildings accross the street from 1030 (I am assuming that 1030 is on the south side of Euclid)? I remember seeing pictures of the facades being removed but we have not discussed them much since then. What is the status of that renovation?Also, with 1030, does anybody know what use is intended following the renovation?
These two buildings:http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=1010+euclid+ave,+cleveland,+oh&sll=37.0625,-95.677068&sspn=35.219929,78.837891&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=1010+Euclid+Ave,+Cleveland,+Cuyahoga,+Ohio+44115&ll=41.500506,-81.685249&spn=0,359.980752&t=h&z=16&iwloc=A&layer=c&cbll=41.500489,-81.685372&panoid=I-AKlzHI0FrMDUgLV1xuzA&cbp=12,173.75,,0,-14.84
Glad to see they're working on the Truman Building! I've seen lights on in the upper floors in the early evenings, and you can see that some of the ceilings are being removed (asbestos removal?). This residential project and the Security Federal offices rehab should add some round-the-clock life to this left-behind section of Euclid. The rest of Euclid, from East 40th to downtown, is looking fresher and more consistently active pedestrian-wise for perhaps the first time in decades.
maybe they will take the tree away that is growing on the roof.
If it was asbestos removal, they would have to seal off work areas. Those windows are wiiiiide open.