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    More downtown Cleveland apartments planned; housing will fill 5 floors of Rosetta Center
    Published: Thursday, March 29, 2012
    By Michelle Jarboe McFee, The Plain Dealer

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — Add another project to the list of downtown Cleveland buildings where developers are swapping out offices for apartments. Five floors of the 17-story Rosetta Center building, on Euclid Avenue near East Sixth Street, will become 85 apartments under a deal closed Thursday by MRN Ltd. The $4 million project will take 72,000 square feet of little-used office space off the market, in favor of housing to serve growing renter demand in the center city.

    READ MORE: http://www.cleveland.com/business/index.ssf/2012/03/part_of_rosetta_center_office.html

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    Flats East Bank project lines up country-music venue, eateries and looks to $120 million phase 2
    Published: Thursday, April 12, 2012, 11:30 AM
    By Michelle Jarboe McFee, The Plain Dealer

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — A country-music venue and four restaurants are coming to the Flats East Bank, as the developers of the Cleveland waterfront neighborhood wrap up leasing for the first part of the project and turn their attention to a $120 million second phase.

    READ MORE: http://www.cleveland.com/business/index.ssf/2012/04/flats_east_bank_project_lines.html

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    Cleveland’s inner city is growing faster than its suburbs as young adults flock downtown
    Published: Friday, April 27, 2012, 3:30 PM
    By Robert L. Smith, The Plain Dealer

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — When a new job brought Stacey Brown to Cleveland from San Francisco two months ago, she went looking for an apartment downtown. Her manager told her that’s where young people were flocking. Sure enough, she found a full house. “It was soooo hard finding an apartment,” said Brown, an upbeat and single 26 year old. “I mean I looked for three weeks, all over downtown.”

    READ MORE: http://www.cleveland.com/business/index.ssf/2012/04/clevelands_inner_city_is_gorn.html

    #469665

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    Downtown Cleveland offices snag new, expanding tenants, in a shift from decades of corporate flight
    Published: Thursday, May 31, 2012
    By Michelle Jarboe McFee, The Plain Dealer

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — Insurance brokerage Britton-Gallagher will close its Solon headquarters today, after 70 years in the East Side community. On Monday, the business will reopen in new space, on the 30th floor of the chisel-shaped One Cleveland Center office tower at East Ninth Street and St. Clair Avenue. After decades of corporate flight to the suburbs, downtown Cleveland’s office market seems to be reemerging as a contender.

    READ MORE: http://www.cleveland.com/business/index.ssf/2012/05/post_100.html

    #469666

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    What Cleveland Can Learn from Indianapolis
    6 JULY 2012

    Thursday, a post on Rust Wire written by Angie Schmitt, really made some waves across the twitter and blogosphere today. In the post, Angie detailed how a regional planning official basically laughed off what she had to say about their aims as an organization and paid little heed to the Rust Wire’s criticisms; albeit as true as they are.

    READ MORE: http://rustwire.com/2012/07/06/what-cleveland-can-learn-from-indianapolis/

    #469667

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    Cleveland’s economy is growing but not fast enough to mass-produce jobs
    Published: Monday, August 20, 2012, 12:01 AM
    By Robert L. Smith, The Plain Dealer

    Companies like Rockwell Automation, which makes the machinery to automate factories, are helping the regional economy to grow. Steve Eisenbrown, the senior executive at Rockwell’s engineering and design center in Mayfield Heights, is seen in the product demonstration room.

    The local economy continues to grow and diversify, driven by manufacturing with a high-tech edge, according to a new economic report. But to achieve the kind of robust growth that creates jobs, analysts say, the region likely needs to boost its skills.

    READ MORE: http://www.cleveland.com/business/index.ssf/2012/08/clevelands_economy_is_growing.html#incart_river_default

    #469668

    Pablo
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    Cleveland and it’s University Circle neighborhood has been getting a lot of press lately:

    Cleveland, Ohio
    The Metropolis of the Western Reserve Reclaims its Urbanity
    By Steven Litt
    October 2012, Architectural Record

    http://archrecord.construction.com/features/2012/American-City/Cleveland/Cleveland-Ohio.asp

    http://archrecord.construction.com/features/2012/American-City/Cleveland/

    In Cleveland, a Flashy New Museum But an Even Better Neighborhood
    MARK BYRNES OCT 04, 2012 Atlantic Cities

    http://www.theatlanticcities.com/neighborhoods/2012/10/cleveland-flashy-new-museum-even-better-neighborhood/3477/

    #469669

    Pablo
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    I think it’s funny that Architectural Record used a 25 year old aerial photo of Cleveland.

    #469670
    Walker Evans
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    Nice!

    #469671

    wpcc88
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    Pablo said:
    I think it’s funny that Architectural Record used a 25 year old aerial photo of Cleveland.

    Actually it’s probably more like 25 days ago than years, notice the Huntington signage on the former BP building which went up late spring of this year and Browns Stadium.. and the Key Tower wouldn’t be there

    #469672

    Pablo
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    wpcc88 said:
    Actually it’s probably more like 25 days ago than years, notice the Huntington signage on the former BP building which went up late spring of this year and Browns Stadium.. and the Key Tower wouldn’t be there

    No, it’s years. The Key Tower isn’t built yet, neither is Progressive Field or Quicken Loans Arena. In that photo the Browns are still playing in the old municipal stadium. It’s really evident in the print version of the magazine because the picture is huge.

    #469673

    wpcc88
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    Pablo said:
    No, it’s years. The Key Tower isn’t built yet, neither is Progressive Field or Quicken Loans Arena. In that photo the Browns are still playing in the old municipal stadium. It’s really evident in the print version of the magazine because the picture is huge.

    I’m looking at the one you posted in this thread and Key Tower is front and center.. actually you can even see some construction going on at the convention center/ medical mart… not sure what you’re seeing that I’m not.. and that stadium is not Municipal Stadium, it is the new Cleveland Browns Stadium, also from that view you would not be able to see Quicken Loans or Progressive Field because they are behind where they are taking the picture from

    #469674

    Pickerington_Kyle
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    wpcc88 said:
    I’m looking at the one you posted in this thread and Key Tower is front and center.. actually you can even see some construction going on at the convention center/ medical mart… not sure what you’re seeing that I’m not.. and that stadium is not Municipal Stadium, it is the new Cleveland Browns Stadium, also from that view you would not be able to see Quicken Loans or Progressive Field because they are behind where they are taking the picture from

    If you click on the link it shows an older picture of Cleveland and not the one you see on this thread.

    #469675

    wpcc88
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    The link directs me to the same picture… anyway here is Cleveland 23 years ago

    #469676

    buckeye54
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    wpcc88 said:
    I’m looking at the one you posted in this thread and Key Tower is front and center.. actually you can even see some construction going on at the convention center/ medical mart… not sure what you’re seeing that I’m not.. and that stadium is not Municipal Stadium, it is the new Cleveland Browns Stadium, also from that view you would not be able to see Quicken Loans or Progressive Field because they are behind where they are taking the picture from

    They changed the picture from the article. If you look at the comments on the article it reaffirms that they originally used a picture prior to key tower/gateway complex/Cleveland browns stadium etc..

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