100-unit Hilton Garden Inn TM, Doubletree by Hilton, or a Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, yet to be determined 36 residential apartments, including 2 luxury 3,000 sq. ft. penthouses, each with their own pool 4,000 sq. ft. upscale fine dining restaurant, with adjacent banquet space, accomodating up to 200 for events 4,500 sq. ft. day spa & salon Starbuck’s Café lobby kiosk 6,000 sq. ft. fitness center with running track, basketball courts, steam room, sauna, and whirlpools (to serve apartment residents and hotel guests, local Pendleton homeowners, with availability for public use through membership Entertainment venue featuring stage shows/dinner theatre offering both traditional theatre-style and tabletop/booth back seating An HGI American Grill TM coffee shop with a daily all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet, or other specified restaurants A beautiful public-use recreational park on the existing green space, to be architecturally designed to compliment the Pendleton community.
If this happens, this is a gamechanger for Pendleton and OTR. It’s a big money project that could anchor the redevelopment of the entire area.
I’ve lived in Cincinnati pretty much all my life and I don’t think any of the foods listed are particularly special or even good. I can understand how someone might miss one of these if they move away, but to say that an Izzy’s Reuben is better than a Reuben you can get in a great deli in NYC is pretty ridiculous. LaRosa’s pizza, really? Locally, I’d take Dewey’s pizza or a wood fired pizza from A Tavola locally before eating LaRosa’s.
Some great photos of Yao Ming towering over other tall people.
Here’s an additional photo from Jeremy Lin’s Facebook timeline. Jeremy Lin looks like a little kid even though he’s 6′ 2″. Even Dikembe Mutumbo at 7′ 2″ looks small. It’s a shame that foot injuries shortened Yao’s career, but you almost have to expect it with someone so tall carrying so much weight.