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Old December 30th, 2005, 02:10 PM   #81
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Park Lane Hotel Development

WOW! I didn't see this coming--this Park Lane Hotel building is so beautiful which sits in between the downtown area and Old West End neighborhood. Interesting article down below and I suspect this building will be bought by someone perhaps using this as a market-rate residential living. But who knows and I'll post further developments on this story. I posted a few pictures of this beautiful building.


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Maumee River Crossing/I-280 Bridge Update News

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I think they've underestimated the time span in completing this project which started in 2000-01. Every time I go by there its overwhelming of how large of the project and the magnitude of trying to put it together. The bridge is definitely changing the skyline of Toledo and its going to be really exciting place to see once it's completed.
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Sports Arena Update News

At the County Commissioners' state of the union address they've announced and finally push for the project of the new Sports Arena to be a reality.

Here is one of the interesting article from our local CBS affiliate which explores this issue from all sides:



Plans for Downtown Arena Moving Forward

TOLEDO -- After years of debate, a new arena may finally have a home in downtown Toledo. Lucas County Commissioners made a big announcement Monday morning during the annual State of the County address.

Commissioner Pete Gerken is getting the ball rolling to build a new arena downtown. He says many people support the idea but no one has taken action to make it happen. No specific location has been named but they say there are plenty of options, including the Fiberglass Tower.

"All you have to do is look east, north, west and south of the convention center and there are spots that will work," said Gerken. He's putting together the same team that built the Fifth Third Field. Early estimates put the price between $50 and $80 million dollars.

Gerken says a new arena will help support the convention center, keep the energy going for the baseball field and keep downtown housing projects moving forward. "I think the only thing that could put the brakes on it is the cost. We need, again, to put a financing package in place that's responsible to the citizens and doesn't burden the taxpayers in a way that's unnecessary," said Gerken.

Kathy Steingraber, Director of Toledo's Warehouse District thinks a new arena would magnify what Fifth Third Field has already done for the area, bringing in people, businesses, and new jobs. Steingraber believes downtown businesses could really enjoy the extra benefits from a sports arena. "We got to create jobs. We have to make Toledo fun again. People are looking for something that's good and fun and uplifting and perhaps that's (arena) the trick," said Steingraber.

Peter Garforth, a local business owner and Vice Chairman of Downtown Toledo Inc., sees a downtown sports arena a little differently. "If it's well placed, it's fine. I think we shouldn't necessarily see it as a huge catalyst for development," said Garforth.

The county's decision is bittersweet. Folks like Stan Sagan, who just opened a DVD and game shop on the east side two weeks ago, say the news is disappointing. Sagan said, "somehow it doesn't surprise me."

"It's a disappointment, but being across the river we'll find ways to get people back to the east side. I'm not really worried about that," said Moussa Salloukh, Vice President of Cousino's Restaurants, which includes several restaurants at The Docks.

Commissioners say they won't turn their back on Toledo's east side. Taking the Sports Arena away from the river opens up more options for a well-developed Marina District along the Maumee River. "We understand we have to be committed for a world-class development there with something else that will complement this," said Gerken.

Commissioner Gerken says he will meet with Gateway Consultants soon. He says they can skip over the feasibility studies and get right to work figuring out how to fund the project.

Meantime, Steingraber says the next step is to determine the best location for the arena. In her opinion, it should be built North of the Seagate Center. "They could implode that fiberglass tower [200 N. Sinclair Street], and I don't think anybody would miss it. It's kind of been a sign of defeat because they can't put anybody or anything into it," said Steingraber.

The owner of the property at the corner of South Erie and Newton, just off Interstate 75 feels the new sports arena would be ideal there. A sign that reads "Ideal Property for Sports Arena" is hanging from two utility poles at that location.
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Sports Arena Update News: Hytower Gone?!?

With the news of the proposed downtown Sports Arena, there are 4-5 other sites they are looking to build around the CBD area. The most sought after site is across from the Seagate Convention Centre where the vacant 30-story Hytower building (former Owens Corning building); Owen Corning moved out to the river to their new sprawl-like modern glass building in 1996. With the possibility of the Hytower being gone from the skyline would be totally surreal. I will post further developments in regarding to this Sports Arena/Hytower news as it comes to me. Here are a few pictures of the Hytower building that could be demolished to make way for the new downtown arena:

Hytower Building tallest building in this shot:



Hytower is the far right brownish building:


With the mixture of older buildings in the skyline you can see the modern one in the right side of the picture which is the Hytower:
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Sports Arena Update News: Local Paper Article

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Water Street Steam Plant Development Update No. 2

Here is the latest development news on 1-11-2006 in regards to the Water Street Steam Plant that is slated to convert into lofts/condominiums:

DEVELOPMENT: Ball, Jackson close on steam plant property
By Scott McKimmy
Toledo Free Press Staff Writer

Final or near final drawings of the planned riverfront residential complex have arrived at Water Street Development Corp., LLC, according to David Ball, one of the firm's partners. He said he and Jimmy Jackson have closed on the property and await approval of a tax-credit program to begin construction.

The project hinges on receiving the credits, which will allow Water Street Development to "firm up end financing," Ball said. To date, a few government obstacles have been overcome, and the company can take no further action until it receives the OK for the tax credits.

Ball said approval is imminent, and he has been "massaging final details" in preparation.

"We have pulled our foundation building permit," he said. "We have also received a sign-off for the flood-plain issues that we had to deal with; that's been resolved. We have done absolutely everything to the site that we can do without jeopardizing our tax credits. We're ready to go in the ground as soon as we get that done."

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Sports Arena Update: Warehouse View

Interesting news from local CBS affiliate in regards to possibility of arena being located in the Warehouse District:

Warehouse District Mixed on Arena
Jan 13, 2006, 05:56 AM EST


TOLEDO -- City leaders have talked about the synergy Seagate Centre, Fifth Third and a downtown arena would create if they are built in close proximity. That could mean the proposed arena could end up in the warehouse district. That doesn't sit well with the executive director of the area.

"We love Fifth Third Field being here, but we can't withstand another large entity like that in the warehouse district," said Kathy Steingraber, Warehouse District Executive Director.

She also says they have a problem with businesses being compromised on baseball days because the customers can't find a place to park.

There is mixed reaction among the business owners in the district. "My preference is on this side, which is the southerly side of Seagate Centre, which is most adjacent to Fifth Third Field," said Joe McCaffery, Owner of The Market on St. Clair.

County Commissioners haven't picked a location or announced a plan to fund the arena yet, but they did announce earlier this week in their State of the County address that they do plan on working on it this year.
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Marina District Update: Bass Pro Shops?

Latest development in regards to the $200+million Marina District project:

Toledo Mayor Tries to Lure Bass Pro Shops to Marina District

(Toledo, OH) --- NBC24 has learned Toledo Mayor Carty Finkbeiner traveled with a team to Missouri last week in hopes of luring Bass Pro Shops to be the centerpiece of the Marina District.

The mayor hopes Bass Pro will build a multi-story mega-store behind the old Acme Power Plant, a story that could open in early 2007.

The Marina District master site plan calls for a 150,000 square-foot "destination retailer" to anchor the whole project. NBC-24 saw firsthand that site is ready to build on, meaning the Bass Pro project could be on a fast track if a deal gets done soon.

NBC-24 has learned Mayor Finkbeiner, Lucas County Commissioner Pete Gerken and Marina District developer Ron Pizzuti traveled to Bass Pro headquarters in Springfield, Missouri, to meet with officials from the outdoor retailer.

"Certainly Bass Pro would be a great retailer for the Marina District with the amenities we have there: the waterfront, Lake Erie just down the stretch," admitted Gerken.

"I expect there to be more meetings in the future," said Bob Reinbolt, Mayor Finkbeiner's chief of staff.

City officials emphasize there's no deal signed yet, and they're chasing other potential retails for the Marina District.

But sources tell NBC-24 Bass Pro Shops would be a perfect fit between a public marina/boat launch, and a boat repair/storage facility that would located in the old Acme Power Plant.

The concept is a big of one-upsmanship to the successful Cabela's store in nearby Dundee, Michigan.

"I think we better be rivaling Cabela's," said Gerken. "I'd like nothing better than to see those sales tax dollars come to Lucas County rather than Monroe County."

This is the second try to lure Bass Pro Shops to the Marina District. Former mayor Jack Ford hoped the outdoor outfitter would go into the former Acme Power Plant, a deal that failed because city officials could not guarantee asbestos would be removed from the site in time for a 2007 grand opening.
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Town Center at Levis Commons News

A short good news but I will expand the news as more details come out for this development project:

Levis Commons Expanding
Jan 17, 2006, 05:21 PM EST


PERRYSBURG -- Perrysburg has a new mayor and some new members of city council. They were updated on Tuesday on the future of Levis Commons, which sits off State Route 25 in Perrysburg.

The town center opened in October of 2004 with a mix of shops and restaurents. Now, Levis Commons will undergo a $150 million expansion. The Main Street retail section will be extended to include a hotel and conference center and entertainment district. Separate from this will be Brownstone Village featuring 160 condos.

"All the things we have in the planning are elements that will raise the bar of quality of what we're doing and help set us apart" says Levis Commons developer Larry Dillin.

Dillin says negotiations are under way for new tenants at the Main Street extension but won't reveal who they are.
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UT/MUO Merger Development Update

This is a follow-up update from earlier posts in regards to the merging of University of Toledo and Medical University of Ohio in Toledo:

UT, MUO prepare institutions for merger
By Matt Zapotosky
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Officials at UT and the Medical University of Ohio are hoping on July 1 they can change the rules of basic addition.

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On that date — when the two institutions are expected to merge — officials hope to make one plus one equal four. "Any combination of any institutions, you're going to find synergies," said James Tuschman, former UT trustee and member of the Ohio Board of Regents. "Just a combination of two administrations into one eliminates duplication."

Though specific details of the merger are still being worked out, MUO President Dr. Lloyd Jacobs, who is expected to remain president of the merged institution, said he is about 90 percent sure it will happen. He said the potential economic and academic benefits from the merger would be enormous.

"If we purchase electricity together we could probably get it cheaper," Jacobs said. "If we purchase paper together, we could probably get it cheaper ... I think we'll be better able to attract students, better able to attract faculty ... and those things are good for the economy of Toledo."

Economic analysts overwhelmingly agreed with Jacobs that the merger would be financially advantageous for UT, MUO and the city of Toledo. Mark V'Soske, president of the Toledo Area Chamber of Commerce, said the merger would attract higher caliber professors and increase Toledo's national prominence.

"The merger of the two institutions will create a stronger and more visible entity in terms of attracting credentialed professors," V'Soske said. "It's going to build into a major institution to benefit our region and our community."

Eliminating overlap

A report from Ryan Beck & Co., a financial services business based in New Jersey, listed more than a dozen benefits of a merger between UT and MUO. Among them were improved financial performance, improved political positioning, improved school rankings and improved faculty and student recruitment.

Dan Brennan, chairman of UT's Board of Trustees, said while the economic benefits are important, improving quality of students and faculty is the primary motivation for the merger.

"Number one would be to create a great institution," Brennan said. "Clearly we're going to be looking for efficiencies, but savings is not the predominant reason we're doing it."

Economies of scale and increased efficiency are important parts of the combination, as the merged institution will have a budget of about $650 million, Tuschman said.

V'Soske said some jobs might be lost as overlap was eliminated, but the displaced employees could fill new roles as the university expanded its mission. He said the net result of the merger might actually be increased employment.

"When you create efficiencies, you free up capacity to perhaps strike out into other areas," he said.

Dr. Lawrence Elmer, president of the MUO faculty senate, said a workforce reduction was likely, but he did not see much need for reduction from an academic standpoint.

"I'm not under the impression that there is a lot of overlap with regards to educational [employees] or faculty," Elmer said. "It sounds to me like they really complement each other rather than duplicate each other."

Jacobs said he expected workforce reductions, but these reductions would occur regardless of a merger.

"The business of education and health care are both tough businesses: people are losing their jobs anyway," Jacobs said. "The economic pressures will continue whether there is a merger or not. I do not see any mass layoffs in the future."

Steve Weathers, president and CEO of the Regional Growth Partnership, said the net loss might be zero as displaced employees were simply put in new positions created by the merger.

"Like many companies, I think you might see a re-positioning of skill sets," he said.

Tentative plans

Though details of the merger are still being worked out — particularly from an academic standpoint — the two institutions have released a memorandum of understanding outlining some tentative plans.

Among those plans are:

The name of the merged institution will be The University of Toledo.

The two universities will approach the combination as "equals."

The merged institution will have one board of 11 trustees — two of whom will be students.

Jacobs will be given a five year contract to serve as president of the merged institution.

UT President Dan Johnson said Jacobs will be president of the merged institution because Jacobs has more medical knowledge. Johnson said he will remain at the school working in economic development and presiding over the development of the science and technology corridor. "I just think that the prospect of the merger bringing a health institution into the university requires that there be an understanding of the medical side and the hospital," Johnson said. "While these are areas I have some expertise in, [Jacobs] certainly brings more expertise."

Jacobs said he is excited to be potentially taking over at a historic point.

"This is something that everybody should be holding out as something we should be proud of," he said. "It will be a great accomplishment if we can pull it off."

Faculty left out

The plans are not without some controversy. Faculty members from both institutions were only recently made aware of merger discussions. Jacobs and Johnson began discussing the merger this summer, though discussions of a merger have been occurring sporadically for decades, Jacobs said.

Jacobs said faculty members have been involved for all of the 20 years of discussion, and they were brought in at the appropriate time after talks became serious this summer.

Johnson said in any proposal such as this there will always be questions, and trying to answer all of the questions before the merger would result in its demise.

"If you're going to do something like this, there will be challenges, there will be obstacles, there will be a lot of questions," he said. "If we tried to answer all of the questions ... prior to a merger, it would never happen."

Andy Jorgensen, chairman of UT's faculty senate, said he did not think it was right of the two presidents to keep merger discussions quiet, but he was glad no important academic decisions had been made without faculty input.

"The point we're making now is the faculty need to be on the table before the important decisions are made," Jorgensen said. "I'm not aware of any firm decisions that have been made that are faculty related issues."

Jorgensen said the faculty had not taken any definite stances on faculty-related issues, but had formed a committee in conjunction with MUO faculty members to discuss the merger.

That committee will begin meeting in January, Elmer said.

Elmer also said it made sense for administrators to talk about the proposal initially before approaching faculty.

"Whenever you're in a position of leadership, it really makes sense to have the leaders talk initially and then let others know what's been under discussion," he said. "I think whenever you find out that leadership has been talking about something, and you haven't really been involved from the ground up, you always have questions."

Not far enough

While the merger proposal drew praise from economic analysts interviewed for this article, one analyst said he did not think the merger went far enough.

Jerry Jakes of Lake Erie West said he thought the merger was positive, but he wanted to see collaboration on an interstate level — between Bowling Green State University and the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

"We're thinking too small instead of thinking big," Jakes said. "If I'm looking at it from a global perspective, and that's the way you've got to be looking at things these days ... you can't just limit yourself to one city."

Jakes said the merger might have an impact statewide, but not nationally or globally.

"Anything where two plus two can equal five is OK, and certainly the University of Toledo and the Medical University of Ohio are more powerful together than each one is separately," Jakes said. "I'm not saying that's bad. That's good. But it's too small. Who from Germany, Japan or China is going to pay attention to that?"

Johnson said the merger — which would give the institution the third-largest university budget in the state behind Ohio State University and the University of Cincinnati — would increase national prominence, particularly in the area of research. He said UT — which currently ranks in the mid-200s in research areas — might improve by more than 100 positions.

"We would jump by nearly 100 points, 100 positions," he said. "That means the degrees ... are literally worth more to the students."

Weathers of the Regional Growth Partnership said the merger would not only draw national attention, but global attention as the merged institution was able to better market its research, draw large federal grants and possibly manage large federal projects.

"It will just by virtue of its size be a bigger elephant in the room, so to speak," Weathers said. "That size gives it the ability to really go after large federal grants and possibly even manage federal projects. The idea is you now have the ability to apply for and manage multi-million dollar projects and those would be large job creators."
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