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Now if only W. 6th and W. 9th could get re-paved so nicely
I prefer this kind of "paving" for WHD.
Quote from: surfohio on July 26, 2012, 06:41:16 AMI prefer this kind of "paving" for WHD.There are several cities, even in the U.S., that require surface paving in parking lots or driveways to be cobblestone. That's actually standard almost everywhere in Europe.
On another note, the WHD seems to be struggling with the closing of Bar Flyy and the the "remodeling" of Sushi Rock. Between the restaurants on East 4th and the bars on West 25th I think they are losing a lot of business compared to 4-5 years ago. Also with the Flats opening soon it will be interesting how this neighborhood transforms, it at all.
I wonder if there would be a way for the County to incorporate new office space in this project so it'd have residential, office and a transit hub.
Anyone know anything about Fortress closing and a dog groomer going in? Heard this rumor, but couldn't find anything to back it up.
Quote from: Mov2Ohio on August 19, 2012, 05:09:48 AMI wonder if there would be a way for the County to incorporate new office space in this project so it'd have residential, office and a transit hub.IMO, I don't want the county to move into a new building, only because we are oversaturated with office space at the moment, albeit it's not class A we are oversaturated with. I just hope this project moves forward and the residential component doesn't hinge on something like the county (or another player) having office space with it.
^^I totally agree about El Guero. It's become a pretty solid burrito joint. I've been impressed with their willingness to make quick changes based on customer feedback. Does anyone know what their lunch crowd is like? I only go there in the evenings and it's never busy so I'm hoping they make up for it during lunch.
Some notes from the WHD:El Guero on W. 9th has become the good burritto place that I had hoped for, imo. Im satisfied with the changes they've mae since first opening and I will continue go there even when CHipotle sets up downtown. I will go to both because the non-pharmed food at CHipotle always pulls me back. Hopefully, EG will be around for a while... and they will... as long as they get the support to remain open.
I know somebody that says great things about the burger place on w 9th (especially what they will do for vegetarians), but he says it is rarely crowded when he has been there. Anybody been?