Randy A. Simes
UrbanCincy has learned that Columbia REI, LLC has enlisted the legal assistance of Francis Barrett and Timothy Burke to get Historic Conservation Board approval for the demolition of the historic Dennison Hotel.
Nearly 3.5 years ago 3CDC made a commitment to use the over-sized Mercer Commons parking garage to supply parking for other planned developments nearby, and their latest development proposal holds true to that promise.
The Consortium for Ongoing Reinvestment Efforts has, so far, been incredibly successful with their redevelopment efforts in downtown Hamilton. Now they're looking to take that success across the river to Main Street.
Over the last several months designers have been putting together ideas to transform on-street parking into public gathering places in Covington. Five winning projects have been selected and will soon be installed.
Ohio's gas taxes and population have remained flat over the past decade, but its roadway capacity has continued to grow. That will soon change under a new 'fix-it-first' policy expected to be announced in the coming months.
In only its third episode, 'Mobile Cyclist' host Anthony Barr has found his way to Cincinnati to check out how the city's growing bike culture is fostering more growth.
On Friday Metro announced that it has secured the necessary funds in order to move forward with construction of a new transit center in Oakley.
OKI Regional Council of Governments is in the process of updating its regional transportation plan. The metropolitan planning organization says they'll be accepting public feedback until January 8.
Metro officials are in the final stages of collecting public feedback about various improvements to make to the region's transit network, all of which may impact the presumed transit tax that will go before voters in 2016.
After a year of work, Bradley Cooper has finished the designs for the region's first two modern tiny homes and will break ground on them this Wednesday in Over-the-Rhine.
Hamilton officials are in the process of modernizing the city's on-street parking meters, with new electronic meters and mobile payment options, but are stopping short of introducing market-based, real-time pricing.
After more than a decade of explosive bicycle ridership growth, Cincinnati now has the highest percentage of bike commuters of any city in Ohio, and is adding bike commuters at one of the fastest rates in America.