UrbanCincy: Pi Pizzeria to Open Downtown in AT580

A St. Louis-based pizzeria is opening a new location in the AT580 building. Their decision to come to Cincinnati was based on the “resurgence of Downtown and OTR” and the location of the Cincinnati streetcar route. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: Pi Pizzeria to Open Downtown in AT580

UrbanCincy: Cincinnati One of 30 Cities Worldwide to Participate in AngelHack Hackathon

Cincinnati will be one of 30 cities worldwide to participate in AngelHack’s spring Hackathon at the University of Cincinnati. Organizers expect more than 6,000 developers to participate in the 24-hour event. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: Cincinnati One of 30 Cities Worldwide to Participate in AngelHack Hackathon

UrbanCincy: The suburbanization and segregation of American cities didn’t happen by chance

The suburbanization and segregation of American cities didn’t happen by chance. Most urban planners are taught that public policies, in addition to free market choice, led to the suburbanization, and thus segregation, of most American cities. In fact, some argue that public policies had a far greater role in influencing this migration than anything else. […] . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: The suburbanization and segregation of American cities didn’t happen by chance

UrbanCincy: UrbanCincy, Niehoff Studio to Host Regional Discussion on Wasson Corridor

Join UrbanCincy and the Niehoff Urban Studio this Thursday from 5pm to 7:30pm for an open house showcasing student projects about the Wasson Corridor and an expert panel discussion moderated by Jake Mecklenborg. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: UrbanCincy, Niehoff Studio to Host Regional Discussion on Wasson Corridor

UrbanCincy: Cincinnati Aims to Break Ground on Next Phase of Ohio River Trail in June 2017

City officials are making progress on the Ohio River Trail, but the next 2.2-mile segment, along Kellogg Avenue, will not even break ground until June 2017. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: Cincinnati Aims to Break Ground on Next Phase of Ohio River Trail in June 2017

UrbanCincy: How the prevalence of independent coffee shops is a reflection of where we live

How the prevalence of independent coffee shops are a reflection of where we live. I love coffee and I especially love coffee shops. I find them to be a productive and relaxing third place in my life where I can also benefit from chance social encounters that are otherwise impossible from the comforts of your […] . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: How the prevalence of independent coffee shops is a reflection of where we live

UrbanCincy: Episode #33: Westwood Square

On the 33rd episode of The UrbanCincy Podcast, John and Travis are joined in the studio by John Lewandowski, the Artistic & Executive Director for Madcap Puppets, to discuss Westwood Square and the new Madcap Theatre. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: Episode #33: Westwood Square

UrbanCincy: Dayton Secures $1M in Capital Funding to Launch Bike Share System in Spring 2015

Dayton has secured $1 million in capital funding to launch a 22-station bike share system in the spring of 2015. They become only the second city in Ohio to accomplish such a feat. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: Dayton Secures $1M in Capital Funding to Launch Bike Share System in Spring 2015

UrbanCincy: Metro Has Begun Installing New 24-Hour Ticketing Kiosks Throughout City

After upgrading their bus fleet’s fare payment system in 2011, Metro has finally begun installing new ticketing kiosks around the city. The first of which is located at Government Square. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: Metro Has Begun Installing New 24-Hour Ticketing Kiosks Throughout City

UrbanCincy: Take a Look at CVG’s Abandoned Concourse C Through Ronny Salerno’s Lens

Regional air travel seems to increasingly be a thing of the past, and it is evident at CVG’s abandoned Concourse C. Take a look inside the abandoned terminal through photo journalist Ronny Salerno’s lens. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: Take a Look at CVG’s Abandoned Concourse C Through Ronny Salerno’s Lens

UrbanCincy: INFOGRAPHIC: The Abandonment of Cincinnati’s 1914 Subway and Rapid Transit Loop

We all have heard the stories about Cincinnati’s abandoned subway, but how exactly did it happen? What was the original plan and how did it change over time? . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: INFOGRAPHIC: The Abandonment of Cincinnati’s 1914 Subway and Rapid Transit Loop

UrbanCincy: What is the future of cities where driverless cars rule?

What is the future of cities where driverless cars rule?. I met Jonathan Geeting in Salt Lake City during the Congress for the New Urbanism annual conference. We were roommates during which we both participated in a training session led by Streetsblog, for which UrbanCincy is a long-time partner, and studied the city’s transportation while […] . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: What is the future of cities where driverless cars rule?

UrbanCincy: PHOTOS: Riding the Rails in Europe

John traveled to Europe earlier this year to check out transit systems in various cities, and generally explore what each city had to offer in terms of urbantiy. Take a look at some of his photos of transit in Europe. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: PHOTOS: Riding the Rails in Europe

UrbanCincy: Ohio Republicans rebuke LEED chemical disclosure requirements

Ohio Republicans rebuke LEED chemical disclosure requirements. We’ve see Art Deco, Modernism, Post-Modernism, Queen Anne Style, Italianate and many other periods of architectural expression, style and function. We are now currently in a period of Sustainable/Ecological architecture, but some Ohio politicians would prefer the state not participate in the most widely used and accepted rating […] . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: Ohio Republicans rebuke LEED chemical disclosure requirements

UrbanCincy: Upstart Garment Manufacturer Looking to Find Its Place in Cincinnati’s Economy

Noble Denim started its garment operations in Camp Washington in 2012. Since starting, the company has experienced growth and is taking a look at how their product manufacturing fits into the region’s economy. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: Upstart Garment Manufacturer Looking to Find Its Place in Cincinnati’s Economy

UrbanCincy: CHART: The Best and Worst States in America for Transit Funding

Data from the FTA’s National Transit Database shows that Ohio is one of the worst states in America for investing in public transportation, yet it is one of the most densely populated. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: CHART: The Best and Worst States in America for Transit Funding

UrbanCincy: February URBANexchange is Tonight

Looking to escape from the snow and ice and fill the evening by meeting new people and having great conversation? URBANexchange will be at the Moerlien Lager House from 5:30 to 8:30 with some great giveaways from Findlay Market! . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: February URBANexchange is Tonight

UrbanCincy: Decision from Board of Trustees More Than a Decade Ago Doomed Wilson Auditorium

The University of Cincinnati Board of Trustees voted to tear down Wilson Auditorium and build a new Arts & Sciences building in its place more than a decade ago. The plan fell through and maintenance funds were never considered. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: Decision from Board of Trustees More Than a Decade Ago Doomed Wilson Auditorium

UrbanCincy: Cincinnati Aims to Open Initial Phase of Bike Share System This Summer

Cincinnati officials are optimistic that a newly formed non-profit can raise the money needed to launch a 200-bike, 20-station bike share system this summer in conjunction with B-Cycle. All they need is 1.2 million bucks. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: Cincinnati Aims to Open Initial Phase of Bike Share System This Summer

UrbanCincy: Balls Around The Block Event to Raise Money for Fido Field Dog Park

Downtown residents will gather for the ninth annual Balls Around The Block bar crawl on Friday, February 7. Event organizers say all proceeds go to benefit Fido Field and hope to raise $12,000 for the dog park. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: Balls Around The Block Event to Raise Money for Fido Field Dog Park

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