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8 minutes ago, navigator319 said:

Looks like they going to loose the skyline view when new busing is finished.

I don’t think so. Some of the units maybe. But the pappas property sits lower and Lincoln is build on 2 levels of garage. So their 5th floor is really the 7th. 

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12 minutes ago, QClifer said:

remind us where the Strawn redevelopment is again?  thanks

Bounded (more or less) by South, Euclid, Rensselear and Caldwell.

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Is there a site plan somewhere of this medical building/realtor/office/hotel area? I haven't seen much and on the development maps the links are all from 2014 I think.  I'm really having trouble picturing all this.

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1 hour ago, youngt2 said:

Is there a site plan somewhere of this medical building/realtor/office/hotel area? I haven't seen much and on the development maps the links are all from 2014 I think.  I'm really having trouble picturing all this.

There isn't one filed with the city, that is public. I haven't been able to find, and generally I can find anything.

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The residential will be Atrium Building #2 now, but the hotel is still planned for the corner. CRRA is the blue building on the left.

 

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8 minutes ago, CLT> said:

The residential will be Atrium Building #2 now, but the hotel is still planned for the corner. CVRA is the blue building on the left.

Virtually the entire footprint of that building in the FEMA flood plain. 

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^^^ that is why the Realtors old building was moldy and so cheap when they bought it in a floodplain.   However their new building is elevated slightly

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8 minutes ago, tozmervo said:

Virtually the entire footprint of that building in the FEMA flood plain. 

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That was a big issue with the former CRRA building and something they supposedly mitigated with the design of the new complex, including raising the elevation of the entire site

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Midwood Sundries was smack in that floodplain when it opened xx years ago. Occasionally was surrounded by water but never inundated, as I recall. Sandbags and such.

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My understanding is that the city did a lot of work where Sugar Creek passes under Woodlawn — and since completion flooding upstream in the midtown and Myers Park areas (FEMA flood plain around Sugar Creek) has not been as much of a concern. Guess they fixed a choke point.

Just what I heard...

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15 hours ago, CLT> said:

The residential will be Atrium Building #2 now, but the hotel is still planned for the corner. CRRA is the blue building on the left.

 

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thank you for posting. I've been wanting to see this.

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