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  1. I thought the NIOSH project got put on hold due to the demands of the site plan?
  2. Which one was the burgundy site? The big empty lot across from Crossroads?
  3. Looks like some planning going on for the Kenner Factory Site. Hopefully this turns out better than Oakley Station but looks like mostly residential but, not holding my breath. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1AfsxrLdcNAhCc6upeAREX1fMs4RrnIxU/view
  4. Looks like there was a RFP out for the new boat dock. "The City of Cincinnati, Cincinnati Park Board, (“Park Board”) is issuing a Request for Proposals RFP718PARKMGTDOCK pursuant to Cincinnati Municipal Code Section 321-51 Proposals; Competitive for Supplies and Services from parties (“Offerors”) to provide Transient Boat Harbor Management Services at Smale Riverfront Park." "One of the new features planned for SRP is a transient boat harbor that is expected to open in June, 2020" https://data.cincinnati-oh.gov/Fiscal-Sustainability-Strategic-Investment/Business-Opportunities-5-10-2018-to-Present/b397-t996/data
  5. Like mentioned before, hopefully they do some work around it to make it more appealing at ground level.
  6. I can't help but chuckle when you have all these parking lots but then the Olive Garden is situated facing the road. Looks so stupid when compared to everything else back there..
  7. Biz article. Indianapolis-based developer Milhaus plans to build a $77 million, 344-unit apartment building near the Ohio River downtown, along with a 390-space garage, a project known as Artistry Cincinnati. “Artistry will offer the best of all aspects of Cincinnati urban living – close proximity to the city’s best employment center and entertainment districts, all while being in a quiet location along the beautiful Ohio River Trail” said Jake Dietrich, MIlhaus’ development director. The mixed-use development at 601 Pete Rose Way also will have 8,000 square feet of commercial space. Artistry’s amenities will include a rooftop pool and aqua lounge, two-story fitness center, yoga studio, maker’s space, co-working spaces inside and outdoors, a community garden, secure bike storage, a pet spa and wi-fi in common areas. https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2019/06/20/developer-plans-75-million-apartment-project-along.html?iana=hpmvp_cinci_news_headline
  8. Odds are they would just play a few matches in Nippert if needed. I don't see any way this gets done by the start of the 2021 season but maybe they'll prove me wrong.
  9. Forgive me as I did not read the full report from the planning commission, but the most recent packet looks to suggest (but not surprising) that the stadium will be completely surrounded by parking garages. https://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/planning/about-city-planning/city-planning-commission/jun-14-2019-packet/
  10. Sugar n' Spice adding second location in iconic OTR space Beloved Paddock Hills restaurant Sugar n' Spice is expanding to a second location with plans to open in an iconic Over-the-Rhine space later this year. Sugar n' Spice, which has built a cult following over nearly 80 years of business at 4381 Reading Road, will open its second location in the former Joe's Diner on Sycamore space at 1203 Sycamore St. in Over-the-Rhine. The goal is to open in time for the winter holidays. https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2019/06/04/exclusive-sugar-n-spice-adding-second-location-in.html?utm_content=1559678722&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter
  11. High Grain Brewing Co. just opened their doors this past weekend in Silverton. They took over the Silverton Municipal Building which housed the police department among other things. https://highgrainbrewing.com/
  12. Maybe I'm thinking of something else, but didn't somebody buy Rookwood recently and started discussions about making changes? Yes I agree, absolute mess.
  13. Curtain Rises on Ovation After 13 years of delays, Corporex is kicking off a $1 billion mixed-use project over 25 acres that is expected to transform Newport. It won’t be long before work on Ovation is visible. Corporex plans to strip the asphalt off the lot at West Fourth and Columbia and recycle it for a temporary construction lot. As soon as it obtains building permits, possibly in 35 to 45 days, work will start on the deep foundation for the 550-space garage and music venue. More Below: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2019/05/24/curtain-rises-on-ovation.html?iana=hpmvp_cinci_news_headline
  14. Couple updates on this place. All the signs are up for the most part for both the Whole Foods Market as well as the Envision Cinemas that was announced a few years back. So I would venture to say both will be open in the coming weeks/months. https://www.wcpo.com/money/local-business-news/whole-foods-market-could-open-this-summer-at-kenwood-collection https://www.cincinnati.com/story/money/2017/10/25/kenwood-collection-add-movie-theater/799939001/
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