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Where, if any where, did the Greek Express go? At one time I use to eat there a couple of times a week.
Today is the first day i've seen this on my drive home...they started boarding up the storefronts in the Truman Bldg. Hopefully forward progress
So true... if this goes through, most of the dead zone will be spoken for.... Schofield into Kimpton, John HB hopefully into Le Meridian or other hotel, Huntington isn't really empty but perhaps will become County HQ, and finally this cluster of buildings into apartments! Only one huge chunk remains and that is Ameritrust but hopefully not for long!
^ And we have now come full circle. It only took over 90 years to do it. Next hopefully the E12th/Chester area can continue it's transformation.
and not to be a debbie-downer, but the Halle building needs help too...it is like less than half occupied
why are there two star wars light sabers in the photo?
Situated on the rejuvenated Perk Park in downtown Cleveland, Chester Commons is the Southern backdrop of this active urban space.Completed in 1924, this historic building sits in a prominent spot between the Statler Arms and Huntington Buildings. The building was used predominantly for retail on the ground floor and office on the upper floors throughout its history. CRM Real Estate Services acquired the building in 2012 with plans for adaptive reuse converting the office component to residential apartments. Thirty-six loft style rental units will surround the central three-story atrium with many featuring views of the park and lake. Currently under construction, projected completion is summer 2013.
It looks like CRM only has resources to handle one project at a time.
Quote from: Mendo on March 05, 2013, 04:26:20 AMIt looks like CRM only has resources to handle one project at a time. Construction companies backed up with work isn't necessarily a bad thing, right?