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  1. Countervailing against the ageism (which is pretty crass TBH) I see Mann out at events and around in OTR more than I see PG anywhere. And Mann has his name on more so-called "urbanist" proposals than anyone else at city hall, including raising density limits in the West End for certain projects and making it easier for water mains to be replaced under the streetcar tracks. He's also the only one who mentions making the streetcar fare-free, he was behind marijuana decriminalization and he's working on pedestrian safety downtown.
  2. Lol if you've gone to the banks the last few weeks you'll have seen what level of concern the restaurants have for overcrowding...
  3. Probably just an acknowledgement of how sh*te the weather is supposed to be, they don’t wanna bring back/hire staff for nothing
  4. release the floor plans cowards Release the floor plans cowards
  5. Some good data from UC some might find interesting: https://www.uc.edu/news/articles/2020/04/n20905429.html
  6. If y’all have the inclination you should go back and watch the press conference for the moment Williams asks his questions. Cranley has just had to announce he is furloughing people he knows and cares about and Williams, like a vulcher, comes in with his queries about the streetcar. If Williams were man enough to actually be present and ask those questions in person (we all know he isn’t), I’m thinking Cranley might have strangled him. He is a literal piece of sh*t.
  7. Is that what’s happening? My understanding is Vandercaar was basically a third-party matchmaker who gets a cut (still sh*tty) then backs out of the development process once the port takes ownership.
  8. Wrecking permit application for the riverside switch house owned by Duke Energy in Queensgate. Google aerial. Shame, it's a gorgeous building, at least from the outside. You could imagine a factory district with multifamily apartments running between it and Longworth Hall. Guessing it's more Brent Spence prep? Dunno.
  9. The club’s list of proposed uses is in there in its entirety. They didn’t include hotel as a use, I’m guessing because they have that earmarked for the ballet space.
  10. https://www.fox19.com/2020/01/17/fc-cincinnati-reveals-details-about-garage-future-developments-around-stadium/ 5 story building and 10 story building to wrap the garage.
  11. Re: the large undeveloped parcel on Calhoun: “The development team of Milhaus Development, LLC (Master Developer) and Rolling Hills Hospitality, LLC (Hotel Developer) is proposing a mixed-use development including an approximately 230-unit residential apartment building, a 150-key hotel, and 380-space parking structure within the TIF Exemption Area, as shown in Attachment A.” https://city-egov2.cincinnati-oh.gov/Webtop/ws/council/public/child/Blob/55139.pdf?rpp=-10&w=doc_no%3D'201901821'&m=1
  12. Sorry! Tried to post the link actually, let me try again: https://city-egov2.cincinnati-oh.gov/Webtop/ws/council/public/child/Blob/55114.pdf?rpp=-10&w=doc_no%3D'201901810'&m=1
  13. The utter lack of even a medium size city in reasonable proximity gets my vote, followed closely by ‘Nashville’ the meme and the lesser presence of industrial revolution residue in need of redevelopment. Nashville folk are just Cincy folk who say “eww” more often and are proud of it.
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