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  1. This is the only intersection where there are bump-outs and someone still got hit.
  2. Looks great. Thanks for sharing!
  3. They are happy making potato chips. They started it as a way to fund their restaurant project but their chips became popular and they stuck with that. I've seen plenty of passion project restaurants start and fail (LOOKING AT YOU FORK KNIFE) because the restauranteur was passionate about food but was burned out by the crowds and the demand. If chips work for them then great. They will find their own happiness.
  4. The American Building is 200 ft tall. Kroger HQ is 325 ft tall. Court and Walnut us 206 ft. tall. According to pages 146 and 147 of this HCB Packet: https://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/buildings/historic-conservation/historic-conservation-board/july-24-2017-staff-report-and-attachments-updated-7-19-17/
  5. This was a thing as recently as 2013. https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2013/10/29/in-final-state-of-the-city-mallory.html
  6. Lots 1, 13 and 25 still will have garages built to sustain development on top of them. So the garage is not complete per se. Here's more info on the Hilltop situation. Looks like the IDC that went before Planning Commission last Friday was an attempt to slow down the relocation. https://www.wvxu.org/post/one-step-forward-one-step-back-banks-music-venue#stream/
  7. Cool. Maybe they'll start working on getting Phase III together then...
  8. Any more banks on the square and we'll be forced to rename it Bank Branch Square!
  9. Self-driving cars will be considered unthinkable 50 years from now The vision of the “smart city” of the future involves driverless cars. Driverless trucks. Driverless buses. Driverless trains. But what happens to the space inside vehicles when nobody is driving? Is it really a smart social strategy to get rid of drivers? Recently, I rode a bus uptown in Manhattan with a visibly disoriented and distressed man. As we passed 14th Street, the man got up from his seat and started throwing air punches and talking loudly to an imaginary companion. Those of us seated near him started to lean away and wonder if we ought to move.
  10. Zombie road project rises from the grave.
  11. The urban core must pay so the suburbanites can play!
  12. I think apartments on top and restoring the storefront on the bottom. The aim is to get a restaurant. I forget what time of the year they are aiming to finish but I would not be surprised if its Fall of this year.
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