Outdoor Structures

Lowlands Group Brings Back Dome Dinner for Another Winter Amid Higher Covid Numbers

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) – Lowlands Group recently announced the return of “Lowlands Winter” to its eight major cafes and dinner clubs in Milwaukee and Madison. This unique variety of heated outdoor structures, including domes, globes, Northwoods cabins and winter cabins, will serve to keep diners warm as they enjoy a …

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SOM’s 12 West 57th Street awaits final demolition in Midtown, Manhattan

At number 21 of our year-end countdown is 12 West 57th Street, a 672-foot-tall residential skyscraper in Midtown, Manhattan. Designed by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill and developed by Sheldon Solow of Solow Management Corp., which filed permits for the proposal in 2019, the tower will rise along the Billionaire Row …

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Explore the history and future of Oak Ridge

D. Ray Smith The Oak Ridge Convention and Visitors Bureau was established by Oak Ridge City Council on June 1, 1981. The purpose of the office was to market and promote Oak Ridge as a travel destination, promote natural resources, facilities sports and the unique history of the city. The …

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Brookfield team takes sports arena from mundane to unmistakable in San Diego venue deal

San Diego’s 55-year-old sports arena will remain in place but go from mundane to unmistakable, as envisioned in the Brookfield-and-Friends site redevelopment plan submitted to city officials last week. The Discover Midway proposal, which also includes 3,280 apartment homes lining the outskirts of the city’s 48-acre property, advances the idea …

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UCASU Announces Letter of Intent to Acquire $ 2.2 Million Cannabis Property in Oklahoma

ATLANTA, December 6, 2021 / PRNewswire / – UC Asset LP (OTCQX: UCASU) announces that the company has signed a letter of intent with a Oklahoma owner of a cannabis property and licensed producer of medical marijuana, to acquire his property, including all structures on the land, for a consideration …

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Letter to the editor: No reason to continue the streets of Edmonds

Mr. Editor: There have been discussions on the streets of Edmonds ad nauseam. They started in early summer 2020 with the expected end date and their demolition in 70 days. A few companies determined that the return on investment (ROI) justified erecting the structures because they did not have an …

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thomas kröger architekten wraps the munich apartments in graphic patterns

a new apartment complex for munich berlin-based thomas kröger architekten presents a multi-storey apartment building nicknamed ‘erhardt10’ along the banks of munich’s isar river. the complex marks thomas kröger’s first full-scale building in downtown, known for its award-winning buildings in the rural and remote setting of northern germany. hybridizing historical …

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When will it open, will it cost

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The planned “Phase IV” expansion of Waterfront Park in Louisville’s West End attracted renewed attention Tuesday after Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear announced he would offer $ 10 million in the next state budget for the initiative. This is not an overnight project, and efforts to expand Waterfront …

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Pilot Mountain State Park fire burns hundreds of acres

PILOT MOUNTAIN, NC (AP) – Fire crews in North Carolina are working to bring down a blaze in Pilot Mountain State Park that has already burned hundreds of acres. Meanwhile, the NC Forest Service announced a ban on all open burning on Monday and canceled all burning permits statewide until …

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NC Transportation Museum Praises $ 10 Million Included In State Budget For Installation In State Budget – Salisbury Post

SPENCER – The North Carolina Transportation Museum has announced that it will use $ 10 million from the state budget to complete a renovation and restoration project and to house historic passenger cars. Earlier this month, the Republican-led General Assembly and Governor Roy Cooper, a Democrat, enacted a 2021-23 compromise …

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