With revitalization already underway in Over-the-Rhine, many people are looking for opportunities in other, nearby neighborhoods. But, there are those who don't want growth to come at the expense of history.
The Cincinnati Preservation Association commissioned a study to learn what buildings could be saved in Walnut Hills. They hired Donovan Rypkema of PlaceEconomics, a Washington D.C. consultant firm to survey the neighborhood. Rypkema presented some of his findings at the annual Cincinnati Preservation Association's Fall Forum, Friday afternoon.