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15 U.S. Cities Emerging Downtowns

Downtown Cincinnati has been transforming its downtown hub since the 1990s, with an estimated $1.3 billion invested in projects currently in construction or planning stages, according to Downtown Cincinnati Inc. 

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Will Casinos Be a Win for Ohio Cities?

Last year, after Ohio became the latest state to legalize casino gambling, its first gaming complex opened in downtown Cleveland. Casinos in Toledo and Columbus appeared soon thereafter, and another is slated for Cincinnati. But will these glitzy institutions deliver the new tax revenues that political and business leaders expect?

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Can venture capital spark discontinuous innovation?

To further boost "discontinuous innovation," Procter & Gamble is leading the charge in forming Cintrifuse, a $100 million venture capital fund-of-funds in Cincinnati

The mantra of “discontinuous innovation,” as initiated by P & G CEO Bob McDonald, is based on the notion of technologies that create entirely new brand categories or new capabilities, rather than just improve an existing product. Creating new categories of revenue streams that are not just incremental, but rather disruptive, is the holy grail for large companies.

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How Downtown Cincinnati compares to Downtown Jacksonville

Downtown Cincinnati boasts more residents and daily workers than the comparably sized Jacksonville core.

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New European Curator, new Conservator at Cincinnati Art Museum

The Cincinnati Art Museum announced Serena Urry as Chief Conservator. Urry served as Senior Conservator of Paintings at the Barnes Foundation, preparing its Impressionist and Post-Impressionist collection for the move to downtown Philadelphia.

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Louisville’s startup eco-system seriously needs an accelerator like Cincy’s The Brandery

Cincinnati is a mere hour and a half drive north of Louisville. But when it comes to the tech and startup environment, it feels like another world. Cincinnati has done a phenomenal job at growing and fostering a powerful startup community.

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Cincinnati the most tax-friendly city for U.S. business

Cincinnati is the most tax-friendly large city for businesses in the U.S., according to a new study from KPMG International.

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Hundreds apply for jobs at Cincinnati's new casino

Nearly 1,200 people have applied to be table dealers or supervisors at a casino under construction in downtown Cincinnati.

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Delta: No reductions at CVG

Delta's Cincinnati hub will survive the demise of the its Cincinnati-based Comair regional subsidiary, airline officials say.
 
In announcing its shutdown of Comair, Delta pledged that "no reductions in the number of Delta flights are planned at Cincinnati as a result of this decision."

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Venture for America's Chelsea Koglmeier joins the Brandery

Unlike most of her classmates, Chelsea Koglmeier, a 2012 graduate of Duke University, decided to skip the bulge banks and big corporations to pursue a job at a start-up company. Although joining a start-up after graduation is risky, Koglmeier, a Venture for America fellow, had some help.

She's moving back to the town where she grew up, Cincinnati, to work for The Brandery start-up accelerator.

According to the company’s website, Venture for America matches fellows with start-ups best suited to their skills and career goals where they will work for two years, learning the ins and outs of entrepreneurship.

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The park at the forefront of Cincinnati's revitalization

Last week, Cincinnati mayor Mark Mallory and a bevy of festive accomplices re-opened beautiful, 150-year-old Washington Park, in the heart of the city’s revitalizing Over the Rhine district. It had been closed for 20 months’ worth of renovations and, judging by the spectacular photos, it has been worth the wait. Wow.

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Bacon Schnecken: The world's perfect food

What arrived this morning that gave me such gyrating heart palpatations? Queen City Cookie's Bacon Schnecken: the world’s perfect food. I discovered this treat in June at the Fancy Food Show in Washington DC. Since that fortuitious day, I have been dreaming of the moment we (we=me+schnecken) would be reunited.

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Brandery works to keep startups in Cincinnati

A few years ago, when Bryan Jowers and Justin Stanislaw were dreaming up an app to help friends pool money to give gifts, they felt they needed to leave Houston to improve their chances of finding investors and forging connections. Instead of relocating to a Silicon Valley hotspot, they moved to Cincinnati, lured by a startup accelerator called The Brandery. As one of six startups participating in the summer of 2010, they got 12 weeks of intensive help building their product, called Giftiki.

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Revitalizing Neighborhoods: Over-the-Rhine

Like Over-the-Rhine, several urban neighborhoods in the vicinity of downtown Jacksonville have struggled through decades of economic distress and decline. However, what's slowly taking place in Over-the-Rhine indicates that when a city invests in itself and quality-of-life, privately financed market rate development tends to follow.
 

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Towne Properties creates community

For Towne Properties, the right market has been the Cincinnati area, and its best-selling amenity has been a “sense of community.” The firm got its start in Mt. Adams—a hilltop neighborhood with views of the city, the Ohio River.

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