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Findlay Market, community stakeholders plan for pedestrian-friendly Pleasant Street

A number of community stakeholders in Over-the-Rhine are exploring options for a pedestrian-friendly walkway along Pleasant Street to link Washington Park and Findlay Market.

Cincy Summer Streets back for second year, adds event in OTR

Last year, Cincy Summer Streets drew in about 4,200 people to the two events in Walnut Hills and Northside. The car-free events are back in the two neighborhoods this year, with a new event in Over-the-Rhine.

Ohio announces recipients of state historic tax credits, including six Cincinnati projects

Six Cincinnati projects recently received $7.1 million in Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credits, led by $4.8 million to help Neyer Properties covert the Baldwin Piano office building into apartments.

Local vintage outfits host popup shop at Brick OTR during All Star Game week

Local vintage stores Flying V Vintage and Mike's Vintage Toys and Collectibles will host a popup shop at Brick OTR July 13-14 during All Star Game week.

Tristate celebrates 4th of July with variety of events, music and fireworks

Looking for a way to celebrate America's birthday? Check out the variety of events around town Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Kenwood-based bakery to open location in OTR

Lisa Ebbert, owner of 3 Sweet Girls Cakery in Kenwood, will open a second location in Over-the-Rhine with daughters Kristen and Lauren, hoping to be ready by the July 14 All Star Game.

In-fill townhouse development is Towne's first OTR residential project

Towne Properties is working on its first townhouse project in Over-the-Rhine. The new construction (with one rehabbed building) will sit on half an acre at the corner of 15th and Elm streets.

Retail collective coming to Main Street June 14

Goods on Main, a new retail collective in Over-the-Rhine, will open during Second Sunday on Main on June 14.

Second Sunday on Main returns June 14 to celebrate festival's 10th year

Since its inception 10 years ago, Second Sunday on Main has grown from a small event showcasing OTR condo tours to a blocks-long festival with food trucks, live music, vendors and artists.

OTR continues to introduce new retail and food/drink options

The Over-the-Rhine economy continues to boom, with new street-level businesses opening every week. Here's a roundup of info on four newly opened businesses and three coming soon.

Second annual Quest for the Queen provides participants a day of adventure

Quest for the Queen returns for a second year to lead participants on an “Amazing Race” of sorts through Cincinnati neighborhoods without cars or smartphones.

Bike Month promotes bicycle safety, healthy lifestyles

May is Bike Month, the perfect time to reconsider healthy lifestyles and the use of bicycles as transportation. Here's a quick guide to 21 events throughout the area promoting Bike Month.

Cincy Stories events help break down barriers, create empathy

MOTR Pub will host the second night of the Cincy Stories series May 5, continuing to help break down walls and create a safe place for people to share and hear stories.

Former SCPA building to become apartments with added parking

Indianapolis-based Core Redevelopment is converting the former School for Creative & Performing Arts in Over-the-Rhine/Pendelton into the $23 million Alumni Lofts, creating 148 apartments and a two-level parking garage while maintaining the building's historic features and green space.

Cincinnati Development Fund adds nonprofit loan program to redevelopment efforts

The Cincinnati Development Fund recently unveiled its nonprofit facilities and equipment loan program, which is designed to help nonprofits obtain affordable long-term loans in order to renovate, maintain and improve existing facilities.
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