Funny. If they were building a shopping plaza there Strongsville residents would be all over it.
Cleveland needs a new Amtrak station that sits along E. 9th Street. But a connection from this bridge would be a good start.
@TJohnson. I couldn't agree more. It makes me laugh when Scene thinks they are smarter than the billion-dollar hotel companies. And enough of the "leech theory" that news outlets in this city keep preaching. These projects are built to attract new people. They are not taking people off of E. 4th or Warehouse. The 9 has brought people Downtown and E. 4th is still doing fine and is even spilling over onto Prospect. nuCLEus will work well with the rest of Downtown.
I love what they have done with the Higbee building. There are so many cities in this country with casinos now but this one is unique. With all of the development going on in the core why would you want to move the casino out onto the river? As a city advocate I can find no sense in that. If you ask me, people just need a reason to complain. The casino started offering free parking so they move on to the next thing to gripe about. The casino as it stands brings people into the city, isn't that one of the reasons we voted for it?
Couldn't the city make it legal to drink in the lot during game day Sundays similar to how you can drink in outdoor public places during festivals?
I agree that building a hotel right on the lake may not be the best idea. We have one of America's most walkable downtowns. The idea that anyone is skipping the Rock Hall because their hotel is too far away is absurd. I do like the idea about a music-themed hotel though, just not in that location.
Pretty cool. I didn't know the building was still there.
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