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EDITORIAL: Parking Requirement Removal Should Be First Step In Broader Reform

Six years since the concept was first introduced at City Hall, the City of Cincinnati is planning to move forward with removing on-street parking requirements in the city's urban core. This could be a huge step forward towards reinvigorating parts of downtown.

Banks Concert Venue Still Up in the Air

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.

Opinion: Could Library Building Be Option for Public Radio Move?

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?

Walking Tours from ‘Urbanologist’ Max Grinnell Return to Cincinnati

'Urbanologist' Max Grinnell will host a walking tour series titled 'Out of the Past: Tales from the Federal Writers Guide to Cincinnati On Foot.'

Awards Ceremony Set For Infill Designs in Over-the-Rhine

The Over-the-Rhine Foundation is hosting a design competition to test a proposed set of new infill guidelines for the Over-the-Rhine community. The OTR Design Competition Awards Ceremony and Celebration will take place on Friday, March 23rd from 5-8 PM. The event will announce the winner of the months-long competition designed to evaluate proposed guidelines for new development in the revitalizing neighborhood.