Ohio Cities Featured in “Rust Belt Rebound”

Mercer Commons of Cincinnati's Over-the-Rhine neighborhood. Image from 3CDC and featured in The Architect.

An article in The Architect by Christopher Bentley cites Greater Ohio in its examination of how urban re-development is contributing to the revitalization of  Ohio’s three largest cities:

Cleveland, Columbus, and Cincinnati are rebuilding their urban cores to lure and retain young professionals. These cities are pursuing development strategies that reflect the distinct character of each place. Is it the beginning of a Rust Belt rebound?

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Greater Ohio is currently producing a report that will further evaluate demographic trends for Ohio’s eight largest cities and offer recommendations for state level policy to further attract and retain Generation Y and Baby Boomers in these cities. Click here to learn more about this report and the research leading up to it.

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