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Development in the city of Cincinnati and particularly in the basin can sometimes be heavily scrutinized. However a new effort and design competition hosted by the Over-the-Rhine Foundation may prove to steer development of new construction projects.
What if the street grid in Covington's Hamburger Heaven could be reimagined as a more pedestrian-oriented experience? Guest contributor Chris Meyer illustrates his idea and opportunity through the region's chapter of the Congress for the New Urbanism.
Fourteen City Council and two Mayoral candidates will discuss historic preservation and related urban planning issues at Memorial Hall on September 19th.
Recently UrbanCincy contributor Timothy Broderick sat down with Ronald Viera, founder of PassivHaus — a venture designed to shake up the region’s building industry by dramatically reducing buildings’ energy expenditures to discuss building Passive Houses in the Cincinnati region.
Max Grinnell is an author, historian, and professor who excels at sharing unique perspectives of American cities. For each of the last two summers, Grinnell has visited Cincinnati...