Place Matters has spent the last decade giving residents the tools they need to transform their communities because they know the places we call home matter.
In keeping with national trends, residents and business leaders in Cincinnati are constantly looking for ways to make local living more walkable and less car-reliant. But could transport alternatives like the streetcar also be the key to more affordable downtown housing?
New data from Glassdoor reveals the 25 best U.S. metro areas for jobs, based on affordability, job openings and job satisfaction. Pittsburgh, Indianapolis and Kansas City topped the list, with Cincinnati coming in at no. 8.
Four development projects in two Cincinnati neighborhoods received over $800,000 in state historic tax credits.
The second cohort of Flywheel’s Elevator social enterprise accelerator program will pitch their companies at a demo day on Feb. 7.
Public and private redevelopment efforts in Over-the-Rhine are catching the eye of cities like Atlanta and St. Louis. Both cities have experienced the same struggles as Cincinnati, but are making major strides.
Kings Island's newest ride, Mystic Timbers, was recently named one of the top 10 new amusement park attractions by USA Today.