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March 25, 2019

Pat LeFleur, of WCPO Cincinnati, has a story out today titled: "Will Ohio keep widening highways when it can't afford to maintain what it has already built?"  Our own John Yung was consulted for the article, which can be found HERE.

January 29, 2018

Anyone who has been to the American Sign Museum in Camp Washington, Cincinnati already knows that storefront signs can be art. They're also a record of priorities, activities, trends and interests that functions as a sort of community memory. Signs and advertisements constitute an integral part of the streetscape. With that in mind, today’s Metro Crush Monday is dedicated to the amazing storefront...

September 12, 2017

Alleyways are at worst a blight on the city, uncared for and unattended to, they can attract trash and crime. That's far from necessary however, these so-called "interstitial" places have been used to great effect in other cities and Urban Fast Forward is proud to have contributed to a series of case studies produced by the International Downtown Association on this topic. 

We looked in particular a...

April 8, 2016

New residents are moving into what may be the largest new construction project in Northside's business district since the 1950s.

The $15 million Gantry project has added 131 apartments and 8,000 square feet of commercial space at the corner of Hamilton Avenue and Blue Rock Street. The project's developer, Indianapolis-based Milhaus, is still working to complete the project, but city and community le...

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