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First time posting so I am not sure if I am doing this correctly. Anyways, does anyone have any idea on how long the renovation of the Gospel Press building in Tremont will take? Also, anyone know what type of housing it will be?
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First time posting so I am not sure if I am doing this correctly. Anyways, does anyone have any idea on how long the renovation of the Gospel Press building in Tremont will take? Also, anyone know what type of housing it will be?
ask these nerds: http://www.urbanohio.com/forum2/index.php?topic=7582.0
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Terminal Tower is looking very nice, and The Avenue District is really rising up there. How tall is it going to be 11 stories?
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First time posting so I am not sure if I am doing this correctly. Anyways, does anyone have any idea on how long the renovation of the Gospel Press building in Tremont will take? Also, anyone know what type of housing it will be?
Not sure of the timeline, but it will be rental units initially - that's a requirement of any project using historic restoration tax credits. If you're familiar with the Water Street, Pointe at Gateway, or Fries and Scheule condos in Cleveland, they all started as rentals.


Atlantan, the Avenue District (specifically the 1211 St. Clair building) is going to be 10 stories high. The project involves several other phases on adjacent sites, including townhomes currently under construction.
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Updated February 10th: updated photo for 1211 St. Clair (Avenue District), new image for Euclid Corridor Project, new proposal for Euclid Avenue.

There's also an interesting article about the impact of the Euclid Corridor project at cleveland.com:
http://www.cleveland.com/news/index....ect_helps.html
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Old Posted Feb 11, 2008, 9:12 PM
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And some more good news, posted at cleveland.com

Law firm will move to planned Flats office building
Posted by Michelle Jarboe February 11, 2008 14:21PM
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Law firm Tucker Ellis & West LLP will be an anchor tenant in what could be downtown's first new top-shelf office building in more than a decade.

The Cleveland-based law firm confirmed Monday that it will move its downtown offices from the Huntington building to a new office tower in developer Scott Wolstein's project along the east bank of the Flats. The move will take place in 2011.

Five-year-old Tucker Ellis is the first major office tenant to publicly commit to Wolstein's project. Global manufacturer Eaton Corp. and accounting firm Ernst & Young also are looking at sites in the $500 million mixed-use development. Eaton is in talks with Port of Cleveland officials about leaving the Eaton Center downtown and building a corporate campus in the loop made by the Regional Transit Authority's waterfront line.

More at http://blog.cleveland.com/business/2...o_planned.html

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Old Posted Mar 4, 2008, 7:38 PM
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Update March 4th: updated photo for Avenue District condo tower; new listing for University Hospitals Cancer Center, new proposal for Mayfield Lofts.
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Cuyahoga County reaches deal on Med Mart

Posted by Sarah Hollander March 13, 2008 11:09AM
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Cuyahoga County commissioners have reached a deal with the Chicago-based company to bring a Medical Mart to Cleveland.

Commissioners expect to have the terms of the agreement in writing next week. Basically, it calls for a downtown convention center, and puts MMPI's investment at $20 million.

No details were provided this morning on the county's obligations, but they will be known and capped, said attorney Fred Nance, who's negotiating the deal on Cuyahoga County's behalf.

More at http://blog.cleveland.com/metro/2008...es_deal_o.html

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So I guess this means Cleveland's new convention center is becoming more of a reality?

And great news about Cleveland becoming more of a leader in the health care field. It is exploding in Cleveland.
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^Pretty much - there are two sites being considered (Lakefront and Tower City Center), each with pros/cons and then there are the ancillary structures being considered. It's been made clear that the goal is to also build an "appropriate" hotel that could directly serve a new convention center. By "appropriate", they mean a hotel with more rooms than any current hotel in Cleveland and the largest hotel in Cleveland has just under 500 rooms. Cleveland's been in a construction drought for a while so this and the Flats East Bank project are welcome news.
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Old Posted Mar 28, 2008, 4:46 PM
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Updated massing model for Flats East Bank (and she's a doozy!), March 28th.
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Old Posted Mar 28, 2008, 5:07 PM
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Oops - forgot the corresponding article from cleveland.com:

Flats project grows; new plans show final layout, scope

Posted by Michelle Jarboe March 28, 2008 11:32AM
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Most of a $500-million redevelopment along the east bank of the Flats could be finished by late 2010. That would include a 150-room hotel, more than 430 residences, a public park and about 975,000 square feet of offices. While the final design of buildings has not been released, the image shows relative size and location of planned buildings.

What was once a $230-million project now could cost more than $522 million. The planned redevelopment of the east bank of the Flats has grown dramatically during the past three years, spurred by interest from companies seeking new offices and from hotels and other businesses looking for a unique niche in downtown Cleveland.

Updated plans from The Wolstein Group and Fairmount Properties, who hope to transform the former nightlife center into a neighborhood by late 2010, show changes to the layout and scope of the development.

More at http://blog.cleveland.com/business/2...new_plans.html

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What is the office vacancy rate in downtown Cleveland?
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Overall it's at about 20%, which might make you wonder why there are so many large scale proposals; the key is that Class A office vacancy is around 12% and there are *several* companies looking to expand. Only one existing building in downtown Cleveland can accomodate the floorspace that *one* of those companies need.

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http://www.grubb-ellis.com/pdf/metro.../cleveland.pdf
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a couple shots i grabbed yesterday with the phone

cma inching along



cim just about there



the avenue topped out (also about a dozen townhouses near completion across 13th)



new development on 54th off of cass (next to shoreway) a few more foundations started also
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