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Update on that:I hadn't heard of Spicer Village, so I just visited their Web site and gave their sales & leasing office a call. They're only a build-out development at the moment, so they have no finished units ready to lease. They have three of their Cuyahoga shells still ready and waiting for tenants, but even if the $1149/mo. rent were within my budget (and with a roommate, it would be), they wouldn't have anything livable available before October at the earliest.So it goes.
The building, slated to open in October, will sit behind the Walgreens drugstore about one-eighth mile west of the current location. The former Fairlawn Bowling Lanes will be razed after the first of the year to make room for the adoption center, said Georjette Thomas, director of organization advancement for the group.
I've never understood the entire concept of "traffic calming." These kinds of measures would have the exact opposite effect of "calming" me when I'm trying to get around.
Driving along Euclid is absolutely nightmarish; I've had one near-death experience (literally) with the Rapid and once almost got out of my car in the middle of the street and walked because of gridlock (true gridlock) at Euclid & 9th ... I was trying to get to the Fifth Third building, barely three blocks away, and it took me almost fifteen minutes. It should have taken two, tops.
Fair point. Next time, when I need to get to Cleveland, I'll just take the train ...... wait, whoops.
I think you'd need more colors for Tetris. Monochrome Tetris kind of defeats the point.I'd much rather see the Hoover factory still making sweepers, or anything involving taxpaying and job-creating commercial activity, but I guess this is better than the building standing vacant.
An awning outside the branch will have a ticker electronic display showing marketing messages and rates.''We think that'll get additional flair,'' Tulodzieski said.