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Uptown is at the center of a new development that focuses on innovation, research and educationRead Article

Cincinnati's innovation focus is now shifting Uptown, as Uptown Consortium partners with some of the city's largest institutions to create the Uptown Innovation Corridor.

UC gets $5 million for investment lab with simulated trading floorRead Article

Dr. Timothy Johnson, founder of Cincinnati-based Johnson Investment Counsel and University of Cincinnati finance professor, recently donated $5 million to the Carl H. Lindner College of Business.

Uptown house hunters could score $1,500 grant to buy a homeRead Article

First-time homebuyers interested in purchasing in Uptown Cincinnati now have the opportunity to apply for a $1,500 grant.
A rendering of UC's new Lindner College of Business.
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Uptown includes all the neighborhoods around the University of Cincinnati including Avondale, Clifton, Clifton Heights, Corryville, Fairview, Mt. Auburn and University Heights, so it's a diverse mix of students and residents in one of the city's most distinct and eclectic group of neighborhoods. Uptown is the home of the Cincinnati Zoo as well as multiple hospitals and the Ludlow shopping district where you can find trendy and unique shops as well as any scent of incense you need.

Ethnic restaurants, including a curiously high concentration of Indian eateries, multiple taverns, coffee houses, music venues and the Esquire — one of Cincinnati's finest independent art house movie theaters all make Uptown a one-stop walkable bazaar of exciting entertainment options.
 

Tri-State Trails inviting all to area trails opening day

UC to host three-day innovation event in March

Hyperloop UC team advances in final round of SpaceX competition

Local STEM Bicycle Clubs gain momentum in fourth year

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CincyTech scores $13 million grant for startups

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Crowdsourcing Cincinnati's Child Poverty Challenge

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