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: 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: 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

SmallTownBigCincy: Frame sale at Mohawk building

I’m going to start out with an apology for the crappy cell phone pics. A dusty warehouse with crude lighting doesn’t help, but so be it. The old CASTNER PICTURE FRAME COMPANY is located in the Mohawk Building, 2145 Central Parkway, Over-the-Rhine, shut down some years ago, and left over 100,000 frames in their building! […] . . . → Read More: SmallTownBigCincy: Frame sale at Mohawk building

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

Cincinnati Nomerati: The Eagle OTR:

Momentum can be a tricky thing. Sometimes a frenzy of work is going on behind the scenes, invisible to passersby, very similar to a store or restaurant preparing to open with paper on the windows preventing you from peeking. And then, BAM! All the sudden there’s a flurry of activity, a grand opening, a successful restaurant, then another, then shops, then condos, and apartments, and pizza and donuts and fried chicken and tacos and hey when did Rookwood Pottery open up? At least that’s how we feel about Vine Street North of the Gateway Quarter. The development of Mercer Commons (Read more...)

CincyStreetcar Blog: Over-The-Rhine Rail Dog Parade

Due to recent cold and icy weather, the long-time holiday tradition of the Mount Adams Reindog Parade was canceled this year after trying to reschedule it twice. Fortunately, this weekend brought clear skies, warmer temperatures, and a burst of creativity. The Over-The-Rhine Kennel Club held an impromptu dog parade along the streetcar route, from Washington […] . . . → Read More: CincyStreetcar Blog: Over-The-Rhine Rail Dog Parade

CincyStreetcar Blog: Crown Building Opens Along Streetcar Route

Nearly two years after acquisition, Kim Starbuck and Charles Erickson revealed their newly revived property across the street from Findlay Market. The Crown Building, which was scooped up by the pair in 2011, revealed itself to the community just days after construction resumed along the streetcar route. Track welding had ceased directly in front of […] . . . → Read More: CincyStreetcar Blog: Crown Building Opens Along Streetcar Route

Cincinnati Blog: We Have a Streetcar! (Cue the White Smoke…)

What was a long three weeks of December came to a joyous apogee, compared to how the month started out.  The Cincinnati Streetcar project got the necessary votes to resume construction and all signs point to it being a done deal.Much thanks need t… . . . → Read More: Cincinnati Blog: We Have a Streetcar! (Cue the White Smoke…)

CincyStreetcar Blog: Streetcar Update: December 20, 2013

Yesterday, Cincinnati City Council voted to restart streetcar construction after a three week pause to audit the project. Here’s what’s coming up over the next two weeks: Thursday, Dec. 26 Rail delivery on Elm Street (Findlay to McMicken). Elm Street will be closed from 11am-4pm. Friday, Dec. 27 & Saturday, Dec. 28 Rail installation resumes […] . . . → Read More: CincyStreetcar Blog: Streetcar Update: December 20, 2013

CincyStreetcar Blog: Thanksgiving Treat Surprises Streetcar Construction Workers

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, streetcar supporters delivered several dozen waffles from Taste of Belgium to construction workers along the streetcar route Wednesday morning. Over 200 workers are employed with hands-on jobs along the 3.6 mile route, meaning they’ve been laboring in snow and below freezing temperatures during the past several days. With the new […] . . . → Read More: CincyStreetcar Blog: Thanksgiving Treat Surprises Streetcar Construction Workers

UrbanCincy: Council Candidates Talk Urbanism at Forum

We partnered with the Niehoff Studio to bring young people the last City Council candidates debate prior to the election. The forum focused on issues such as immigration, urban design, land use, sustainability and transportation policy. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: Council Candidates Talk Urbanism at Forum

UrbanCincy: PHOTOS: All Aboard Ohio Visits Cincinnati to View Streetcar Construction Progress

Rail transit advocates came from across the Midwest to see Cincinnati’s streetcar construction. View our gallery to see how much construction has progressed this month. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: PHOTOS: All Aboard Ohio Visits Cincinnati to View Streetcar Construction Progress

UrbanCincy: PHOTOS: A Look Back at Spring in the Queen City

Check out some of Randy’s favorite photos from this past spring. We had a record turnout for our annual Bikes+Brews ride, URBANexchange continues to attract new people to the growing urbanist movement, and we’ve put together a ton of original content. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: PHOTOS: A Look Back at Spring in the Queen City

wine me, dine me: Review: Kaze

It’s been interesting watching the progression of the Gateway Quarter north on Vine.  When I moved to the Gateway Quarter (a whole two blocks from where I was off Main) there were two restaurants , only a couple of stores, and you didn’t want to go north of Venice on Vine or Suder’s. Now, with [...] . . . → Read More: wine me, dine me: Review: Kaze

UrbanCincy: Craft Beer Series Continues at Findlay Market This Weekend

Beer from Listerman Brewing Company and Triple Digit Brewing Company will be featured at Findlay Market this weekend as part of the market’s summer-long Craft Beer Series. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: Craft Beer Series Continues at Findlay Market This Weekend

UrbanCincy: Smart Growth May Offer Cincinnati a Way Out of Its Structurally Imbalanced Budget

Cincinnati’s City Council approved a new budget last week that will once again avoid major layoffs or revenue enhancements, and instead offer one-time solutions to what has been a structurally imbalanced budget for years. A new report suggests that smart growth policies may offer financial hope. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: Smart Growth May Offer Cincinnati a Way Out of Its Structurally Imbalanced Budget

Visualingual: Cedar Sweater Savers by VisuaLingual

Our brand-new Cedar Sweater Savers are rugged linen sachets filled with fresh cedar shavings. Cedar naturally repels moths and carpet beetles, and leaves your clothes smelling sweet. The rugged design is sewn out of premium quality Belgian linen. This sachet … Continue reading → . . . → Read More: Visualingual: Cedar Sweater Savers by VisuaLingual

Visualingual: Noted without Comment

Horseshoe? RIP OTR? Gamblers Anonymous meeting or punk rock show? I spotted this on Telford St. in the Clifton Gaslight neighborhood of Cincinnati. . . . → Read More: Visualingual: Noted without Comment

UrbanCincy: Start Off National Bike Month With 2013 Bikes+Brews Ride

Kick off National Bike Month the right way by joining UrbanCincy on what has become a popular annual center city bike ride. This year’s Bikes+Brews route will start and end at Findlay Market, and will make five stops along the way. . . . → Read More: UrbanCincy: Start Off National Bike Month With 2013 Bikes+Brews Ride

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