At the end of March, Andrew Gomez will be opening his restaurant, Gomez Salsa, on 12th Street in Over-the-Rhine.
Three years ago, NYC native Noah Smith purchased the Gerke Building at 132 W. Court St. Because of the building’s unique characteristics, he envisions the building becoming a brewery or a restaurant.
Cincinnati’s Neighborhood Enhancement Program, a 90-day collaborative effort between city departments, neighborhood residents and community organizations, focuses on developing the assets of individual neighborhoods.
Childhood friends and founders of the Pedal Wagon, Jack Heekin and Tom O’Brian, will soon open the doors to their newest venture, HalfCut, a craft beer café.
This year, Findlay Market is adding a winter farmers market to its lineup. The market, which started this past weekend, will be held in the Globe Building.
The Cincinnati Brewing Heritage Trail will soon begin to take shape in Over-the-Rhine and surrounding areas. The trail celebrates the city’s brewing heritage and how beer shaped Cincinnati.
The Over-the-Rhine Recreation Center is now home to a new boxing gym, and the Cincinnati Golden Gloves for Youth and Cincinnati Police Athletic Club.
Construction began this week on Graeter’s newest location at 1401 Vine St. in Over-the-Rhine.
Last February, Hamilton County commissioners approved a five-year lease to allow 3CDC to spearhead the renovations to Over-the-Rhine’s Memorial Hall. The project is estimated to cost about $10 million.
Taren Kinebrew started baking with her grandmother when she was a child. Her love of baking has always been a hobby, but in the next few weeks, Kinebrew will be opening a storefront for Sweet Petit Desserts in OTR.
The Community Building Institute recently partnered with Xavier University and the United Way to develop and launch the Neighborhood Asset Mapping tool as a resource for all 52 Cincinnati neighborhoods.
One of the first LEED silver certified homes in Over-the-Rhine is for sale. The 2,000-square-foot home was rehabbed and renovated by Chris Reckman and his fiancé, Louisa Deutsch.
This year, City Flea founders Nick and Lindsay Dewald are hosting the City Flea Small Mall November 17 from noon to 6 p.m. at the 21c Museum Hotel.
By December, three new storefronts will be open to the public at Findlay Market. And you can weigh in on which tenants will fill the spaces.
The Schwartz Building, which is located at 906 Main St., will soon be converted from office buildings to apartments.