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  1. New road to CVG terminal opens By Chris Wetterich – Staff reporter and columnist, Cincinnati Business Courier The way drivers get to the terminal at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport has changed. The new Terminal Drive opened on Tuesday. Drivers heading to the airport will still exit Interstate 275 to Kentucky State Route 212 or Kentucky State Route 236/Donaldson Road. MORE
  2. Art Academy partners with Urban Sites on $8.3 million expansion By Tom Demeropolis – Senior Staff Reporter, Cincinnati Business Courier Aug 14, 2019, 11:50am EDT Updated 53 minutes ago Art Academy of Cincinnati has partnered with Urban Sites LLC to expand its Over-the-Rhine campus. Art Academy and Urban Sites are renovating 1225-1257 Jackson St. to create 33 dormitory-style units for the college’s students. The units will be Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certified, so they are eligible for a property tax break worth 60 percent of the taxes on the improvements made to the property. The project also includes two commercial spaces totaling 4,200 square feet for a total development cost of $8.3 million. MORE
  3. Convention hotel bid gets closed-door consideration By Chris Wetterich – Staff reporter and columnist, Cincinnati Business Courier The Convention Facilities Authority, which may be asked to help with a developer’s bid to purchase and redevelop the Millennium Hotel downtown, went into executive session on Tuesday night to discuss it. The obscure panel, which is filled with high-power appointees of Hamilton County and the city of Cincinnati, may be asked to issue bonds to help finance Vandercar Holdings’ purchase and redevelopment of the Millennium Hotel. MORE
  4. 100-room hotel planned in Hyde Park: SLIDESHOW By Tom Demeropolis – Senior Staff Reporter, Cincinnati Business Courier A local hotel developer and operator are planning to build a seven-story Hampton Inn & Suites Hotel in Hyde Park. Brandicorp LLC and Lexington Management Corp. are under contract to purchase the former Pig & Whistle property at 2680 Madison Road from Capital Investment Group Inc. Brandicorp plans to develop a seven-story, 100-room hotel on the site. MORE
  5. East Walnut Hills streets to be converted from one-way to two-way By Chris Wetterich – Staff reporter and columnist, Cincinnati Business Courier Three streets in East Walnut Hills are set to be converted from one-way to two-way, a recent trend as city neighborhoods have sought to improve safety and make themselves destinations rather than just places to drive through. On Wednesday, the Cincinnati City Council approved $200,000 to convert portions of three streets: William Howard Taft Road between Woodburn Avenue and Victory Parkway East McMillan Street between Victory Parkway and Woodburn Avenue Woodburn Avenue between East McMillan Street and William Howard Taft Road more
  6. Panel to detail the ‘Amazon Effect’ By Chris Wetterich – Staff reporter and columnist, Cincinnati Business Courier Jul 31, 2019, 4:18pm EDT A panel of experts will examine the coming Amazon Air hub’s potential effect on the Cincinnati region as well as the changes that have happened in other regions with a major Amazon presence next week. The Business Courier is sponsoring the panel, whose members will include Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport CEO Candace McGraw, Northern Kentucky Tri-Ed CEO Lee Crume, REDI Cincinnati CEO Kimm Lauterbach and Emory Thomas, former publisher and editor of the Puget Sound Business Journal, the Seattle region’s business newspaper and website. MORE
  7. I believe you are referring to the Public Landing; not to say it couldn't be greatly improved, but it has its own set of deed/use restrictions. This article explains some of the history. Our history: Public Landing triggered disputes from the start Jeff Suess, jsuess@cincinnati.comPublished 3:07 p.m. ET Sept. 20, 2017 Since the city’s beginning, the Public Landing was meant for everyone to use, but that has been the subject of several disputes. The landing was the site where the first settlers pulled ashore on Dec. 28, 1788, at a small cove at the foot of what would become Sycamore Street. Israel Ludlow, one of the founders, laid out the first plat of Cincinnati (then called Losantiville). The plat was completed a few days later on Jan. 7, but not recorded until required by law on April 29, 1802, according to “History of Cincinnati, Ohio” by Henry A. Ford and Kate B. Ford. MORE
  8. $90 million office tower planned for the Banks: PHOTOS By Chris Wetterich – Staff reporter and columnist, Cincinnati Business Courier Chicago-based Lincoln Property Company plans to build a $90 million office tower on a long-vacant parcel of the Banks at 180 Walnut St., which officials say will inject more people on a daily basis into the riverfront mixed-use project. The tower will be 235 feet tall with 15 stories – 11 of them office space – two floors of parking, one floor of retail/restaurant and a top-floor amenity area. a few new details and renderings
  9. UC reveals fall semester changes to Uptown campuses, opening dates for new buildings By Mitchell Parton – Intern, Cincinnati Business Courier The University of Cincinnati has revealed several temporary and permanent changes to its Uptown East and Uptown West campuses as well as opening dates for the new buildings of the College of Business and the College of Law. Students will begin classes in the new buildings for the Carl H. Lindner College of Business and the College of Allied Health Sciences at the start of UC’s fall semester, the university announced July 26. more
  10. Nearly 600 new jobs coming to carrier’s CVG operations center By Chris Wetterich – Staff reporter and columnist, Cincinnati Business Courier New York-based Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings Inc., a major contractor for Amazon Air, is moving and expanding its presence in Northern Kentucky, planning to build a new $34.1 million operations center near Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, which will bring 593 new full-time jobs over the next six years. “Atlas is a premier leader and employer in the air cargo industry, and we are grateful that the company is expanding its operations within this critical North American logistics hub,” said Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin in a news release. More
  11. Newport commissioners OK final stage of riverfront walking, biking pathway By Mitchell Parton – Intern, Cincinnati Business Courier The final stage of a project to complete an 11.5-mile walking/biking path along the Northern Kentucky side of the Ohio River has received approval by commissioners. Newport city commissioners have approved a memorandum of understanding with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet to construct two elevated pedestrian walkways connecting the Riverfront Commons pathway to the Taylor-Southgate Bridge, according to a statement released from the city of Newport on July 25. More
  12. After racking my brain even trying to remember Muz's, prior to that it was "the Outlook Inn". It drove me crazy for several hours but my alcohol riddled brain finally garnered the power of recall!
  13. It was Muz's, but was called something else, basically the same bar, from the mid 90s until it was Muz's.
  14. Kroger names 5 restaurants that will occupy new downtown store By Steve Watkins – Staff Reporter, Cincinnati Business Courier Kroger Co. has identified the five restaurants that will be located in its soon-to-be opened downtown store's food hall. Eli's BBQ, Kroger's own Kitchen 1883 restaurant, Dope Asian Street Food, Django Western Taco and Queen City Whip will be located in the store's food hall, Kroger CEO Rodney McMullen said during the company's annual meeting Thursday. McMullen called out Eli's, which has locations on a couple of other Kroger stores, as "one of my favorites." MORE
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