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Increased focus on development creates stronger neighborhood vibe in College HillRead Article

Over the past 15 years, many of the businesses in College Hill's central business district have closed or relocated, leaving vacancies and a struggling business district. But fresh ideas and new businesses have started to spring up in the neighborhood, bringing new life to College Hill.
EPS's Marlowe Court development will provide housing for senior citizens and open College Hill to new residents.

Brink Brewing to add its own story to College Hill neighborhood redevelopmentRead Article

College Hill leaders announced that their newest business district recruit, Brink Brewing, will open in the Fall as the neighborhood's first brewery, melding beer and community into one.
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Settled in 1813, College Hill has about 16,000 residents within a 3.4-square-mile neighborhood, and is Cincinnati’s fourth largest and most diverse neighborhood. A variety of housing options — an eclectic mix of stone, brick and wood homes of every style and in every price range — make it possible for many to spend a lifetime in the neighborhood. The community owes much of its character to the 19th-century colleges that gave the neighborhood its name, and though Farmers’ College and the Ohio Female College are long gone, their campuses left behind a legacy of park-like streets.

The vibrant Hamilton Avenue business district is a hub of activity, with a host of new projects planned or underway from the College Hill Community Urban Redevelopment Corp.: a new senior housing development, a storefront facade improvement program, small business recruitment and new brewery.
 
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Charitable Words to host benefit event at secret location

College Hill's mid-business district getting a facelift

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Our Harvest: Growing a new type of food business

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Neighborhood improvement: The 90-day plan

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