This Week in Soapbox (TWIS) you can read about World Food Bar’s new Downtown eatery opening this November, the first public K-12 school in the state of Ohio to achieve LEED certification, Mt. Washington’s efforts to slow down traffic along Beechmont Avenue, new lending opportunities for green building strategies created by LISC, and the latest redevelopment plans for Covington’s Jacob Price housing project site.
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Also be sure to check out the fantastic feature article by Jeremy Mosher on what Cincinnati can learn from Portland’s transit network, and the piece by David Lyman on Cincinnati’s Twitter scene. Below watch this week’s feature video that takes you on a ride of Portland’s modern streetcar.
- World Food Bar Restaurant Group opening Mayberry Downtown this November – full article
- Pleasant Ridge Montessori achieves LEED Silver certification – full article
- Mt. Washington moving forward with potential traffic calming measures along Beechmont Avenue – full article
- LISC creating new lending opportunity for green building – full article
- Redevelopment plans continue to evolve for Jacob Price site in Covington – full article