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With City and County leadership deciding to move forward with a concert venue at the Banks, will the Bengals jeopardize future development in exercising their veto rights on adjacent development? We review the situation and propose a way forward.
Cincinnati Public Radio is in a development fight with the city and a residential developer while the Public Library backed away from selling its North Building. Could there be a solution to both issues?
The Congress for New Urbanism's Midwest Chapters is set to host its first regional event. Titled, " The New Neighborhood Brewery," the event will focus on neighborhood craft breweries and their impacts on building neighborhood revitalization efforts throughout the Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky and Dayton regions.
For those at the lowest rungs of America’s economic classes, the affordable housing crisis is bad and getting worse. According to a 2011-2013 study released in 2015 from the Urban Land Institute, not a single county in the United States has an adequate supply of affordable housing for those in extreme poverty.
Tamara Schwarting, founder and CEO of 1628 is positioning the space to go beyond the typical definition of coworking. The venture out of a desire to run her own business, TLS Consulting Group in a space other than her home or a coffee shop.