This Week in Soapbox UrbanCincy has the following eight stories that you must check out. You can read about the Model Group’s Forest Square development in Avondale, Revive I-75’s Charrette Week, CPA’s program on sustainability, the city’s ongoing efforts to develop a form-based code, B-Books relocating to expanding digs in Covington’s arts district, and CNATI’s influence on the local sports reporting scene. Plus there are two tremendous feature articles this week – one on Downtown’s historic Court Street district and another on the up-and-coming Brighton area of town.
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- Charrette Weeks kicks off for Revive I-75 – full article
- Model Group breaks ground on $4.2M Forest Square development – full article
- Cincinnati Preservation Association to host first-ever sustainability program – full article
- Cincinnati’s form-based code effort to take city leaders back to Nashville – full article
- B-Books to open up expanded operations in Covington’s arts district – full article
- CNATI website adds independent, local sports reporting voice to city – full article
- The Bright Side (feature story) – full article
- Courting a Vision (feature story) – full article