A mural grows in the Rhinegeist Brewery space at the old Moerlein bottling plant at 1910 Elm Street, just north of Findlay Market.
Patricia Feghali, a practicing attorney here in Cincinnati, has recently taken on the challenge of restoring the Cogswell Building, located on the corner of Sycamore and 13th Street. The building gets it’s name from 19th century Cincinnatian, Osmand Cogswell. He was an original trustee of the Woodward trust, whom helped fund the construction of the
Cincinnati-based Remark Hospitality Development Company (RHD) in conjunction with Core Redevelopment is working to transform the historic Woodward High School / former SCPA building into a multi-use development. RHD will present its plan to the Pendleton Neighborhood Council at 7pm, Monday, March 11 at the Main Public Library in the 3rd floor Tower Room. The
HGTV’s House Hunters will an air an episode set in Cincinnati tonight at 10pm. Real estate agent Scott Oyler of the Oyler Group showed his client Brandon three properties last August: a loft in OTR, a condo on 6th St. downtown, and a condo in Walnut Hills. By the end of the episode, Brandon will decide where
The $25 million first phase of Mercer Commons is rising out of the ground. Mercer Commons is a three phase development of 3CDC. The project broke ground in July 2012 and will yield a 340 space parking garage, 28 for-sale condos, and 3,900 SF of commercial space. The parking garage is due to be complete
The future home of Cintrifuse at 1313 Vine is under construction. This week, the street level facade was removed and replaced with a temporary plywood wall. Whoa! 1313 Vine! “@erikadpatterson: @cintrifuse future home. Progress in @otrcincy. Exciting! twitter.com/erikadpatterso…” — Over-the-Rhine (@OTRcincy) February 8, 2013
1313 Vine Street has a long and storied history, and if all goes according to plan, it will become home to Cintrifuse, an initiative to take Cincinnati’s growing startup community to the next level. The goal of the effort is to launch high-growth startups by providing post-seed, pre-scale funding and by connecting entrepreneurs and investors.
Community members packed the house as John Watson, CEO of Indianapolis-based Core Redevelopment, presented preliminary plans for the development of the former SCPA and Woodward High School building on Broadway Street in Pendleton. Core purchased the property at auction in December of 2012 for $1.3 million and this was their first public release of their
Core Redevelopment, the new owner and developer of the former Woodward/SCPA property, will present its initial plans for the landmark piece of real estate at a public meeting Wednesday, January 9 at 6:30pm at the Main Public Library on the 3rd floor in the Tower Room. Photo tour: Take a look inside the old SCPA
The deadline for the Pendleton Public Art Project’s request for qualifications is December 11.