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Revised Plan, Drawings Submitted for $27M Mixed-Use Development at Liberty and Elm

The development team that proposed the first major new construction for Over-the-Rhine north of Liberty Street are now coming back with a revised plan in order to address neighborhood concerns.

City Hall Inching Forward With Overhaul of Cincinnati’s Zoning Code

Cincinnati is working on an overhaul of their zoning ordinance, called the Land Development Code. The Code regulates how development occurs in the city, and some of the changes could significantly alter urban development in the city.

Planning Commission Flexes Muscle With Use of Interim Development Control Districts

As development picks up in Clifton Heights, along the Wasson Way corridor, and in the Pleasant Ridge neighborhood business district, Cincinnati's Planning Commission is looking to regain control through the use of IDCs.

Hyde Park, Roselawn Community Leaders Push Back Against Perceived “Commercial Creep”

Neighborhood leaders in Roselawn and Hyde Park expressed their opposition to two proposals before Cincinnati Planning Commission last week due to the potential encroachment of commercial activities onto residential streets.

Western & Southern Aiming to Alter Lytle Park Historic District Boundaries

Western & Southern has long been rumored to be eyeing a location for a new high-rise office tower to consolidate their headquarters; and proposed changes to the Lytle Park Historic District may be setting up for exactly that.