For our October 2018 Downtown Living Now issue, we look at what's on deck for the CBD.
A run to the hardware store or the dry cleaner doesn't require a car if you're downtown.
Ignore those commuter bus crowds: Downtown’s not dead after 5 p.m.
When eateries and entertainment venues are your next-door neighbors, date night is way easier (and frankly, more frequent). Just choose your own adventure.
Some think private development ruins our parks, and others believe it activates them. New Cincinnati Parks Director Wade Walcutt looks to provide a unifying vision.
After a 10-year hiatus, DCI’s Downtown Tour of Living is back and better than ever.
Shes a yogini—a practicing Buddhist, at that—with no political experience. Unheard of? Not in 2018, election experts say.
Nobody loves a commute. But if working remotely has got you stuck to the, uh,remote, then downtown has options to improve your productivity. The...
Living downtown used to be a labor of love. Now the Central Business District is packed with rentals and condos, from two-story walkups to penthouse views, while a wide variety of services, amenities, and entertainment have sprung up to support residential life.
Not that long ago, it would have been unthinkable for real estate developers to rehab a historic office building, tear down a multi-level garage, or dig up a surface parking lot to create hundreds of new apartments and condos. It’s a new downtown for a new Cincinnati.