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here's what budapest nightlife has gotten rather famous for -- ruin pubs -- it could be a great way to use certain unused older buildings in cle as well:

http://ruinpubs.com/

around 10yrs ago simzela kert (sp?) was the first and most well known budapest ruin pub and then it really became a thing.

i know berlin and istanbul do or have done similar things and no doubt other places as well.

anyway, its an idea for doing something fun with a little investmentwise.
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Sports Talk / Re: Cleveland Cavs Discussion
« Last post by mrnyc on Today at 01:06:19 AM »
damn its a dislocated shoulder. out for at least two weeks. as usual we get no love. no love at all.
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Sports Talk / Re: Cleveland Cavs Discussion
« Last post by surfohio on Today at 12:27:05 AM »
I can't help but feel like the Celtics have just knocked the Cavs out of the playoffs.
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I can't stand the busyness of the interior in that house, but I can appreciate and respect it.  I can't believe it's so inexpensive. 
lol--It's Painesville, not the suburbs of NYC! (I was almost going to say I can't believe it's expensive as it is)
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Southwest Ohio Projects & Construction / Re: Cincinnati: Downtown: The Banks
« Last post by Cygnus on Yesterday at 10:30:00 PM »
AC Hotels May Open Second Regional Location at The Banks
By Randy A. Simes ― April 1, 2015
   
 

The Banks development team is close to finally securing a hotel at the multi-billion dollar development, according to multiple sources close to the project. After years of failed starts and negotiations, UrbanCincy has learned that AC Hotels by Marriott is the hotel now being eyed for the prominent central riverfront location.

The news is yet to be officially announced or confirmed by The Banks development team, but UrbanCincy has confirmed the information over the last week with individuals who have requested to remain anonymous due to the ongoing negotiations taking place.

http://www.urbancincy.com/

From this Cincinnati: State of Downtown post:

"Now, two of Winegardner & Hammons' seven hotel projects under development are in Downtown Cincinnati an Autograph Collection planned at the former Anna Louise Inn near Lytle Park and an AC Hotel at The Banks. A formal announcement of The Banks hotel is pending a final agreement with Hamilton County, which Conway said is in the final stages of negotiations."
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City Discussion / Re: Cincinnati: State of Downtown
« Last post by Cygnus on Yesterday at 10:26:18 PM »
How long can Downtown hotel boom continue?

Downtown Cincinnati is seeing its biggest hotel development boom since the 1980s.

Five new hotels have opened since 2011, ending a nearly 30-year drought since the Hyatt Regency Cincinnati started serving guests in 1984. Now, hoteliers are adding three more Downtown hotels as two new Northern Kentucky river city hotels are being developed.

The aggressive addition of rooms without increasing room demand is forcing owners to consider changes or face a fate similar to that of the now shuttered Terrace Plaza hotel.

"Any time there's new competition coming into the neighborhood, it makes you sharpen your pencil and bring your A-game," said Mick Douthat, general manager and sales director for the Garfield Suites Hotel, where its owner is considering a multimillion dollar renovation.

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I can't stand the busyness of the interior in that house, but I can appreciate and respect it.  I can't believe it's so inexpensive. 
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This photo is from Donley's construction facebook. It looks like it's from a webcam as it is time stamped. So there might be another construction cam out there but I can't find the link.
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Sports Talk / Re: Cleveland Cavs Discussion
« Last post by Klingaling87 on Yesterday at 08:57:43 PM »
Yeah I saw that... Classless is an understatement
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Sports Talk / Re: Cleveland Cavs Discussion
« Last post by KJP on Yesterday at 08:20:08 PM »
This is what a bitter fan does when his favorite team loses badly to a longtime losing city. Classless, @abc & @espn.

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