The city of Cincinnati has acquired vacant properties in Madisonville’s business district and issued a development RFQ which is due in early June. Join us for an inside look at this opportunity and discover how form-based code aims to be a catalyst for revitalization in Madisonville.
From the Cincinnati Enquirer:
Developments to add 20 new homes and a new hotel in Madisonville got the green-light from a city planning panel last week.
West Chester Township-based In-Line Development Co. obtained a zoning change on property along Duck Creek Road to add 20 homes within an existing subdivision. And about a mile away from that, a […]
From the Cincinnati Business Courier:
Twenty new single-family homes are coming to Madisonville after the Cincinnati Planning Commission approved a needed zoning change on Friday.
In-Line Development Company will buy 2.4 acres from the city for the development, which will create 20 lots measuring 30 feet by 90 feet. The development will be along Duck […]
“I ♥ Madisonville,” a spontaneous celebration of diverse new beginnings and proud black history, is planned for Saturday, Feb. 6. It will be an all-day open house in the eastern community’s “heart” around Madison Road at Whetsel Avenue, with great local food, stories, music and free or inexpensive fun for everyone.
Read the full Enquirer story.
The revitalization of Madisonville is underway. With more than a dozen commercial properties available for purchase or for rent, you can hop on the bandwagon. Located in one of the most desirable spots in town, now is the time to find your place in Madisonville.
The Madisonville Opportunity Tour lets you take a self-guided expedition through […]
He left a lasting impression; that’s been evident since Cincinnati police Officer Sonny Kim was gunned down in the line of duty earlier in 2015. Since then the community has rallied behind his family in a big way. Madison Diner at Madison Bowl was busy with customers Wednesday night, Oct. 7. Recently a new […]
“Ever since Nicole Chambers-Cunningham was a little girl, she wanted to grow up to help people.
She didn’t become a lawyer like she wanted to back then. She helped in other ways, though, raising her four daughters as best she could and advising their friends when the teen years got tough.
But when Cincinnati Police Officer Sonny […]
The city of Cincinnati has been investing in Madisonville’s future for a while now, and the neighborhood could finally be prepared for some big changes in the next year.
Paula Christian explored the resurgence of the mixed-race neighborhood in a print cover story last month that is now unlocked for all Business Courier readers online.
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