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Towne Properties adding second phase to DeSales Flats project

A new $13.5 million apartment project is in the works from Towne Properties: Phase II of DeSales Flats at the northwest corner of Lincoln and Woodburn avenues on the Evanston/Walnut Hills border.

Civic Garden Center celebrates 74 years, builds community through gardening

The Civic Garden Center continues to build community through gardening, education and environmental stewardship, operating school garden programs at 90 different schools, churches and community organizations.

NKU plans to open its free community garden in April

Northern Kentucky University recently received a $700 Color in our Community grant from the Campbell County Cooperative Extension Service to help fund an on-campus community garden.

Neighborhood Enhancement Program targets Roselawn blight, improves community engagement

Roselawn has wrapped up the Neighborhood Enhancement Program collaboration among city departments, neighborhood residents and community organizations. Now it's up to residents to take advantage of new opportunities.

Noble Denim founders open Victor Athletics storefront, partner for Brush Factory launch

Noble Denim founders Abby and Chris Sutton are opening an Over-the-Rhine storefront for their organic cotton clothing, including the new Victor Athletics brand, on Nov. 21, followed by a Black Friday launch for Brush Factory's new furniture line.

National sustainability team researching LEED-ND possibilities in Northside

Northside is one of six neighborhoods across the country that received a grant from the U.S. EPA's Building Blocks for Sustainable Communities Program.

Paddlefest events to connect Tristate with the outdoors, promote healthy living

The 14th Annual Ohio River Paddlefest is June 20, but Green Umbrella is hosting an entire weekend of activities around it to promote outdoor recreation and nature awareness.

Pendleton Street Townhomes to offer single-family housing in OTR

In the next year, the Pendleton area of Over-the-Rhine will have five new single-family houses. Pendleton Street Townhomes will include one 1870s renovation, located at 1533 Pendleton, and four new builds.

Workshops to help with ins and outs of OTR homeownership

A series of workshops on homeownership in Over-the-Rhine will take place this spring. The series aims to bring together relevant resources and expertise to better educate potential homebuyers.

Randolph Park redesign in the works for City of Covington

In September, a group of nine experts from the American Institute of Architects’ Sustainable Design Assessment Team visited Covington to redesign Randolph Park.

LEED silver certified, single-family home in OTR for sale

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.

WIN helps make South Cumminsville walkable, increases home ownership

Working in Neighborhoods is making strides in creating a more walkable, healthy and liveable South Cumminsville.

City of Covington selling rehabbed, historic homes with financial assistance

Five city-owned, fully rehabilitated historic homes are available for purchase in downtown Covington. The houses were acquired as part of the Neighborhood Stabilization Program.

Beasley Place housing development coming to OTR

Two buildings on Republic Street in Over-the-Rhine will soon become a 14-unit affordable housing project called Beasley Place.

Loveland-based TRIVACO to open environmentally constructed facility in Hebron

Construction began on Tristate Valves and Controls, Inc.’s, new 40,000-square-foot office and warehouse facility in Hebron on July 15.
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