The UrbanCincy Podcast

Episode #47: Northside

James Heller-Jackson joins us to discuss Cincinnati’s Northside neighborhood. We discuss new developments including The Gantry, American Can Factory, the growing number of great small businesses, and some transit improvements coming to the neighborhood.

The UrbanCincy PodcastOn the 47th episode of The UrbanCincy Podcast, Jake, John, and Travis are joined by James Heller-Jackson to discuss the neighborhood of Northside.

We discuss the neighborhood’s thriving arts and music scene, events such as the annual Rock N’ Roll Carnival in Hoffner Park, and the neighborhood’s many successful small businesses. We mention a number of new developments that have changed the neighborhood in recent years, including the American Can Factory, and others that will be coming soon, such as The Gantry, a collection of new townhomes, and the Urban Artifact brewery and performance space. We speculate about the possibility of Northside gaining improved Metro bus service and Red Bike stations. And finally, we talk about the Apple Street Market that aims to bring a grocery store back to this walkable neighborhood.

By Travis Estell

Travis joined UrbanCincy in 2009 as a contributor, and quickly took over technical responsibilities for the site. After growing up in Cincinnati’s east side in Goshen, Travis earned an Electronic Media degree from the University of Cincinnati in 2009. Since then, Travis has been working throughout the United States as a web development consultant. After living in Clifton Heights, Northside, and Over-the-Rhine, Travis now resides in Cincinnati’s Central Business District.