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.
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.
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.
3CDC is launching its long-planned development along Race Street between 15th and Liberty streets, which over the next two years will feature new construction and redevelopment of existing buildings to yield more than 60 apartments, condos and townhomes and 37,500 square feet of retail.
Here are updates on a number of new restaurants and breweries that the Soapbox Development News section has covered over the past several months, many of which are now open.
Over-the-Rhine will be home to a new type of bar concept when 16-Bit Bar + Arcade opens in the spring, combining beer and cocktails with vintage arcade games. The location at 1331 Walnut St. joins 16-Bits in Columbus and Cleveland.
Picnic and Pantry is opening a new retail store in Over-the-Rhine in several weeks, converting its Northside location into office space and a commissary for its catering business.
The owners of Rhinehaus in Over-the-Rhine have announced a spring opening for Nation Kitchen & Bar, which will be the first anchor for Pendleton's Broadway Square development.
Brothers PJ and Matt Neumann and friend Mike Madell-Brown are embarking on a new food journey together by starting the Hungry Bros. food truck and hope to push the city to expand food truck zones in OTR.
Martin and Marilyn Wade's major redevelopment at Walnut and Liberty streets in Over-the-Rhine is underway, with Phase I expected to unveil 21 apartments by June.
Chicago native Nick Pesola opens his brick-and-mortar restaurant, Revolution Rotisserie & Bar, in a few weeks after knocking customers out with his rotisserie chicken at Findlay Market.
By this winter, Findlay Market will add an incubator kitchen to its repertoire. The five-kitchen space will be used for those looking to start or grow their business, as well as a variety of events.
Lexington-based Goodfellas Pizzeria opened its second local location in Over-the-Rhine on New Year's Eve after extensive renovation of the Main Street space.
Cincinnati projects were awarded nearly $30 million of the total $41.8 million in Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credits announced Dec. 18, including rehab work in Avondale, Northside and Over-the-Rhine as well as Music Hall's renovation.
Jack Heekin, owner of Over-the-Rhine’s Pedal Wagon and Halfcut, recently opened up a coworking space that's attracted a handful of other small startups.