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...I don't know about Whole Foods + Trader Joes + Constantino's + Heinens in FEB, but I guess we'll see.
agreed. There's a lot left to do but if he can just get this phase done, lining west 6th and frankfort with lowrise buildings it will have a drastic impact on the warehouse district and all of downtown really...
I couldn't agree more Hts44121. Plus, I have a lot more confidence that we'll end up with the truly great nabe Stark hypes in all his marketing if done this way. I'm sorry, I know developers like the control and scale of mega-projects, but what great neighborhood in this country, or anywhere in the world, has been created by a single developer.
The heading on the image only says "prospective tenants". I think that these are the guys who he'd like to have. I highly doubt we are going to see a Whole Foods as part of this project.
I am all for seeing more retail downtown, but how is Stark going to keep it from ending up like Tower City and The Galleria? There is already an Aldo, Guess, Sephora, Coach, Pottery Barn, and a lot of these other places in Beachwood, Crocker Park, Legacy Village, etc. How is he going to get people to come downtown when they can go to a mall or lifestyle center with free parking and a more insular environment?
Also, do any of the stores that would be new to the region (to my knowledge), like Zara and Mango, have policies where they can only have X amount of stores in a region (as opposed to the Gap which has stores in just about every mall...)?
and a lot of these other places in Beachwood, Crocker Park, Legacy Village, etc.
Open enrollment in the Cleveland School District killed Tower City