Milhaus, the Indianapolis developer building a major, $13 million mixed-use project in Walnut Hills, has given it a new name and released some additional details about the project.
Originally called Firehouse Row, Milhaus has renamed the 124-unit Poste. The project will be bordered by East McMillan, Wayne, Kenton and Copelen streets. The building fronting McMillan will be four stories, while the ot...
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.
A Cincinnati jazz musician is turning his passion for music into a cafe, bar and venue in the heart of Walnut Hills.
Brent Gallaher is a longtime jazz musician who cut his teeth at the Blue Wisp downtown. He hopes to open Caffe Vivace this fall with his wife, Vanessa, in 1,700 square feet at 975 E. McMillan St. on the ground floor of the Trevarren Flats development.
The team at The Overlook Lodge is bringing its second concept, The Video Archive, to Walnut Hills. Jacob Trevino, along with co-owners Otto Baum and Katie Fraser, are aiming for a fall opening
The Video Archive will be a Quentin Tarantino-inspired 100-square-foot video store featuring Grind-house, Indie and cult classic videos for rent and purchase. Like Gorilla Cinema and The Overlook Lodge, this c...