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  1. Breakfast and brunch restaurant to open third Dayton-area location Another Broken Egg Cafe will open its third Dayton-area location. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/07/16/breakfast-and-brunch-restaurant-to-open-third.html
  2. Look inside downtown's newest rooftop restaurant, the View at Shires' Garden Downtown's newest rooftop restaurant and bar opens Friday, and we have your first look inside the newest project by Juan Imeroni's Ignite Entertainment. The View at Shires' Garden opens on the rooftop of the City Club Apartments at 309 Vine St. on July 19. Flip through the photos for a look inside. The restaurant – headed by chef David Bever, formerly of Jean-Robert de Cavel's Le Bar a Boeuf and Jean-Robert's Table, as well as Orchids at Palm Court – has seating for 170 across dining spaces indoors and outdoors. It features two bars and a bistro that doubles as a private event space. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2019/07/16/look-inside-downtowns-newest-rooftop-restaurant.html
  3. First tenants to move into The Corner at former Tiger Stadium site The first group of tenants are expected to move in next week into The Corner, a nearly completed $37 million mixed-use development on the former site of Tiger Stadium in Corktown. The development at Trumbull and Michigan Avenue features 111 residential units and 27,000-square-feet of commercial space. Preleasing is at 40% for a mix of affordable housing and market-rate residential units, developers said. “There’s tremendous activity and excitement happening in Corktown, and we have a really tasteful, well-positioned product,” said Eric Larson, president and CEO of Larson Realty Group, on Monday during a tour of the project. More below: https://www.detroitnews.com/story/business/2019/07/15/first-tenants-move-into-corner-former-tiger-stadium-site/1714440001/
  4. Cincinnati’s newest bike trail to open A new bike trail will open Wednesday in Mount Airy Forest as part of a partnership between the city of Cincinnati and the Cincinnati Off-Road Alliance (CORA). The first phase of the 1.4-mile, unpaved, multi-use trail is aimed at mountain bikes, hikers, walkers and trail runners. The idea for additional off-road trails that could be used by mountain bikers was first introduced in the failed 2015 parks levy. A second phase is expected to be developed. Two years ago, the Cincinnati Board of Park Commissioners gave CORA permission to build a four-to-six-mile natural surface trail in the forest. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2019/07/15/cincinnati-s-newest-bike-trial-to-open.html
  5. Middletown's new master plan anchored by housing, transportation upgrades Middletown is putting the finishing touches on a new master plan that aims to modernize the city for current and future generations. The master plan is the first to be developed since 2005, and has been in the works for more than two years. Barring any unforeseen circumstances, city officials say the plan should be completed by the end of 2019. "It's a very comprehensive plan to take Middletown, which has at times been looked at as an older legacy city, into the 21st century," said Middletown City Manager Doug Adkins. "We're examining what it will take to move us into the future." The new master plan, which will establish a five- to 10-year roadmap for the city, is anchored by two main components: transportation and housing. In examining the city's post-recession priorities, Adkins said these areas represented the most pressing needs. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/07/15/middletowns-new-master-plan-anchored-by-housing.html
  6. Greek cafe coming to Over-the-Rhine A Greek cafe serving pastries, specialty coffee drinks and cocktails is expected to open in Over-the-Rhine this fall. Evan Papanikolaou signed a lease agreement with Cincinnati Center City Development Corp. (3CDC) to open Fillo Bake Shop, a day-to-night cafe. The Greek bake shop will be located in 3CDC’s recently completed Rennen & Beecher Flats project at 1505 Race St. Build-out of the 2,300-square-foot space has started. Fillo Bake Shop is expected to open in mid-November. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2019/07/15/greek-cafe-coming-to-over-the-rhine.html
  7. Smoothie shop opening near Findlay Market A smoothie cart that has become a fixture in downtown and Over-the-Rhine is opening a permanent brick-and-mortar location near Findlay Market this week. BanaSun Smoothie Bar will open July 16 at 1810 Race St. with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 10:30 a.m. The store will serve fresh-fruit smoothies, frosted lemonades and freshly squeezed orange juice. It will also have nitrogen-infused cold brew coffee from Cincinnati-based Brü Bros. on tap and will sell plant-based baked goods from Chubby Bunny Bakery in Hamilton. “Our patrons will enjoy a freshness here that you won’t find anywhere else,” founder Michael Kroeger said in a release. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2019/07/15/smoothie-shop-opening-near-findlay-market.html
  8. Middletown establishing greater riverway presence with new bike path The city of Middletown is establishing a greater river-way presence as part of its overall efforts to revitalize downtown. As a largely industrial town, Middletown hopes to develop areas that were previously unused as part of its downtown masterplan. “We had a number of assets that were really underutilized,” said City Manager Doug Adkins. “Places like the airport or the river-way didn’t have a lot of activity. We wanted to turn the river-way into something that residents from Middletown and other cities could enjoy.” ... Middletown is working with the city of Franklin, OKI, and the Miami Valley Regional Planning Commission on the bike path, which will connect to a larger bike trail that extends throughout the Miami Valley. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/07/12/middletown-establishing-greater-riverway-presence.html
  9. COTA testing on-demand service to improve job accesss in Grove City COTA is testing on-demand micro-transit – aiming to send a van in less than 15 minutes when hailed by app or phone – in parts of Grove City. The COTA Plus service starts Monday, serving sites including Mount Carmel Grove City Hospital, Southpark business park, warehouses along Gantz Road and retailers on London-Groveport Road east of I-71. The Central Ohio Transit Authority is evaluating seven neighborhoods inside the I-270 beltway to expand the service, CEO Joanna Pinkerton said. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2019/07/13/cota-testing-on-demand-service-to-improve-job.html
  10. Ecological corridor planned through Uptown innovation district Uptown Consortium Inc., the nonprofit community development group for the Avondale, Clifton, Corryville, CUF and Mount Auburn neighborhoods, is working on plans for an ecological corridor to run through the Uptown innovation district. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2019/07/12/exclusive-ecological-corridor-planned-through.html
  11. Middletown opera house continues revitalization efforts Revitalization efforts at a Middletown opera house have continued moving forward, most recently organizing a capital campaign and hosting a number of musical acts. The Sorg Opera House, located at 63 S. Main St. in downtown Middletown, is aiming to raise another $6,000 to further its renovation efforts and partner with a Cincinnati-based company that will help assist in the Sorg Opera Revitalization Group's internal development. This new goal adds to the estimated $9 million to $10 million investment at the opera house. Renovations have been led by former radio producer Chuck Miller, who now serves as the president of the nonprofit operating the opera house. Alongside Miller is Treasurer Ken Bowman and Secretary Denise Brodsky, in addition to a 10-person board of directors. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/07/12/middletown-opera-house-continues-revitalization.html
  12. Columbus mulls incentives for $120M Franklinton project The second phase of the Gravity project in Franklinton includes a 12-story tower. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2019/07/12/columbus-mulls-incentives-for-120m-franklinton.html
  13. Dayton barbecue restaurant coming downtown with significant investment A popular Dayton barbecue restaurant is expanding to downtown Dayton.James Nuñez, who operates Texas Beef & Cattle Company just west of downtown in the Wright-Dunbar District, plans to open a new location on the first floor of the CareSource building at 217 N. Patterson Blvd. The project would add another restaurant option and bring more jobs to the booming central business district. Co-owner James Nuñez is excited to be part of the action underway downtown. “We’ve got the Levitt Pavilion, housing, everything is working in the right direction,” he told me. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/07/12/dayton-barbecue-restaurant-coming-downtown-with.html
  14. Growing pizza chain to open near UD The addition of another Dayton-area location will bring new jobs and another restaurant option to the bustling district. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2019/07/12/exclusive-growing-pizza-chain-to-open-near-ud.html
  15. Roll On In opens fifth Greater Cincinnati location A fast-casual restaurant that creates burritos out of sushi ingredients is opening its fifth Greater Cincinnati location this weekend, in place of another that will close next month. Roll On In, known for sushi burritos and hibachi bowls among other Asian-fusion creations, will open in Maineville July 13 at 6052 S. State Route 48 and close its Deerfield Township (Landen) restaurant Aug. 1. Founded by John Kallenberger and Michael McCarthy, the chain began with a Lebanon location in 2016. It has expanded to locations in Hamilton and Clifton. More below: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2019/07/12/roll-on-in-opens-fifth-greater-cincinnati-location.html
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