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City Photos - Ohio / Re: Cleveland - Random Pictures
« Last post by Whipjacka on Today at 05:58:43 PM »
A random shot of one of my least favorite buildings downtown.



the worst
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Ohio Business and Economy / Re: Cleveland: Downtown Office Development News
« Last post by KJP on Today at 05:58:18 PM »
Cross-posted in the downtown residential news thread...

Downtown Cleveland transportation options attract residents, workers
WKYC staff  11:21 AM. EST February 03, 2016

CLEVELAND -- – Downtown Cleveland Alliance today released the Downtown Cleveland Market Update for the fourth quarter of 2015. This quarterly report reveals a comprehensive overview of recent developments in Downtown Cleveland housing, office, retail, hospitality and transportation trends.

As Downtown Cleveland continues to grow its residential population and attracts businesses, the many transportation options in the urban core are increasingly important. Four out of five millennials have reported wanting a variety of transportation options for commuting to work and daily activities. Downtown Cleveland’s easy access to public transit, walkability and amenity rich neighborhoods makes it a desirable location to live, work and play. Since 2010, the overall ridership of the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit has grown five percent, with Downtown trolley ridership growing 62 percent.

MORE:
http://www.wkyc.com/news/downtown-cleveland-transportation-options-attract-residents-workers/31459964
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City Discussion / Re: Cleveland: Downtown & Vicinity Residences Discussion
« Last post by KJP on Today at 05:57:54 PM »
Cross-posted in the downtown office news thread...

Downtown Cleveland transportation options attract residents, workers
WKYC staff  11:21 AM. EST February 03, 2016

CLEVELAND -- – Downtown Cleveland Alliance today released the Downtown Cleveland Market Update for the fourth quarter of 2015. This quarterly report reveals a comprehensive overview of recent developments in Downtown Cleveland housing, office, retail, hospitality and transportation trends.

As Downtown Cleveland continues to grow its residential population and attracts businesses, the many transportation options in the urban core are increasingly important. Four out of five millennials have reported wanting a variety of transportation options for commuting to work and daily activities. Downtown Cleveland’s easy access to public transit, walkability and amenity rich neighborhoods makes it a desirable location to live, work and play. Since 2010, the overall ridership of the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit has grown five percent, with Downtown trolley ridership growing 62 percent.

MORE:
http://www.wkyc.com/news/downtown-cleveland-transportation-options-attract-residents-workers/31459964
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^Airport hangers and chain link fences along the lakefront never fail to give me the warm & fuzzies.

I'll take BKL over concrete silos or bulk gravel piles.    After all, it was constructed on reclaimed land.

We are one of few major cities with an airport at the CBD.   It's so Cleveland to wish it away, rather than try to use this as an economic tool for growth.   
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Northeast Ohio Projects & Construction / Re: Cleveland: Campus District
« Last post by KJP on Today at 05:17:56 PM »
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Design for Campus International School wins city planning commission approval (photos)
By Steven Litt, The Plain Dealer
on February 08, 2016 at 8:42 AM, updated February 08, 2016 at 12:50 PM

CLEVELAND, Ohio – A handsome if spare design for the new Campus International School in downtown Cleveland won final approval from the city's Planning Commission Friday after tweaks intended to warm up a visually cool exterior and to clarify traffic flow.

"I think you accomplished everything we asked you to accomplish," David Bowen, the commission's vice chair, said just before the unanimous approval of the design, speaking to Jeff Henderson of the Cleveland Educational Design Alliance, which submitted the project for review on Friday.

The four-story, $24.2 million school building, which will house a popular and successful collaboration between the Cleveland Metropolitan School District and Cleveland State University, was originally scheduled for completion in 2016, but was then pushed back to 2017.

MORE:
http://www.cleveland.com/architecture/index.ssf/2016/02/design_for_campus_internationa.html
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City Discussion / Re: Northeast Ohio: Regionalism News & Discussion
« Last post by KJP on Today at 05:08:12 PM »
I tried to open that page before posting my prior message but couldn't. Still can't open the page. I assume there's a map there? If so, can some share a printscreen of that page?
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Amazingly that whole top section (about 1/4 of the building) is all mechanical.   
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Ohio Politics / Re: Governor John Kasich
« Last post by TPH2 on Today at 04:52:21 PM »
@HenryJGomez  3h3 hours ago
Kasich: "Steph Curry's my favorite basketball player."
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