There is a palpable sense of investment in Price Hill. People cut their lawns and paint the trim. A locally-owned coffee house opened. Across from the coffee shop, real estate investor Bill Burwinkel transformed a derelict, century-old building into an art gallery and high-end apartments. Tom Croft, who restored his aging Italianate home to perfection, meets weekly with his neighbors to brainstorm about local problems. Young families and urban professionals are moving in, along with a Guatemalan and North African immigrant population that gives Price Hill a rich diversity, in evidence from the Kroger’s ethnic food aisle to the community garden. Read more.