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A developer has submitted plans to the City’s Historic Conservation Board to build a six-story mixed-use infill project along Washington Park in Over-the-Rhine. The proposal has drawn criticism and support from neighbors and community groups.
In 2006, Over-the-Rhine was listed as one of America's Most Endangered Places by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Today that very same neighborhood is celebrated as a tale of monumental historic revitalization and revival. That effort was honored yesterday at an awards ceremony in Washington D.C.
Rhinegeist, the popular brewery in Over-the-Rhine, recently received approval from the city’s Historic Conservation Board to make alterations to the space at the southwest corner of their building, at the intersection of Elm and Eton Place. Within their application, they include proposed drawings for the space for a potential restaurant.
Travis, Randy, and John discuss Cincinnati Gardens, younger Cincinnatians stepping up and fighting for historic preservation, the LibertyElm development, Main Street OTR, and MidPoint Music Festival.
A new organization focusing on urbanism in the Midwest is launching in Cincinnati. Read the story for more details on how to get involved.