Tag: brick by brick

What the first Cincinnati downtown affordable housing in decades means to residents and developers 

What the first Cincinnati downtown affordable housing in decades means to residents and developers 

The Barrister gets transformed from an historic office space to the first affordable housing apartments in the Central Business District in almost 30 years.

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Developers are getting creative with empty office buildings. How many of them can be turned into housing? 

Developers are getting creative with empty office buildings. How many of them can be turned into housing? 

Cincinnati and Dayton have more than a dozen projects involving office to housing conversions.

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Dayton’s First Modern Skyscraper Adapted for New Use: Housing 

Dayton’s First Modern Skyscraper Adapted for New Use: Housing 

The Grant Deneau Tower gets renovated into luxury apartments in the Dayton metro area

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The Port’s Pathway to Affordable Homeownership Progresses, One Buyer at a Time

The Port’s Pathway to Affordable Homeownership Progresses, One Buyer at a Time

The tight housing market and tight budgets make it difficult for first-time homebuyers looking for affordable housing. The Port’s CARE portfolio is offering a pathway for some.

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Is a Cincinnati response to out-of-town investors now a national model for preserving local affordable housing?

Is a Cincinnati response to out-of-town investors now a national model for preserving local affordable housing?

A Cincinnati entity is reclaiming local control of affordable housing from institutional investors. On Brick by Brick, how The Port’s model of creating equitable homeownership opportunities is progressing and inspiring other cities along the way.

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Letter from the Executive Producer

Letter from the Executive Producer

A greeting from behind-the-scenes, and a vision for uplifting solutions in our communities.

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Share Your Vision With Us!

Share Your Vision With Us!

What would help your neighborhood thrive? Give us your take by filling out our first audience question survey.

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