West End / Brighton

This expansive neighborhood borders Over-the-Rhine in the shape of a sliver. Mostly residential, it has a rich history and diverse inhabitants, a beauty discovered by only the most discerning eye. The Dayton Street Historical District, a cluster of houses built mostly in the late 1800s, is on the National Register of Historic Places. City West, a mixed-income housing development just north of downtown in the neighborhood's southern-most point, is the biggest housing development in Cincinnati since World War II. The quiet streets have come alive with additions like the Mockbee across Central Parkway and a church renovation that will yield a climbing gym.

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To the moon (and Cincinnati) and back


Development News The old Clyffside Brewery on McMicken Avenue.

Mohawk: A neighborhood of problems and promise


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Larger-than-life cinema


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Stationed at Union Terminal


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Take a walk on the wild side


Development News Dani Isaacsohn (top center) organized Cincinnati Public Schools students and parents in a dialogue about bullying.

Building bridges to forgotten communities


Rising from the ashes


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