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'Talent Wants Transit': Companies Near Transportation Gaining The Upper Hand
"Within a quarter mile of a CTA L or Metra [transit] station, jobs grew at a rate of 20 percent, which is more than twice the growth rate in the region as a whole"
urbanism  cities  chicago  transit  development  economic.development 
5 weeks ago by taestell
Downtown is Looking Up in Cincinnati
"With the help of two lending programs and state and federal tax credits, 3CDC has helped to revive 131 historic buildings and to create 536 new or rehabbed residential units and 373,267 square feet of new or renovated commercial space. It also oversaw a sweeping redo of Washington Park, once a haven for drug dealers, now OTR's crown jewel."
cincinnati  urbanism  cities  this.old.house  urban.redevelopment  urban.development 
july 2015 by taestell
​This will be Washington Park’s latest attraction
"The Cincinnati Center City Development Corp. plans to build a 3,300 square foot deck with a bar, concessions and seating area at Washington Park to provide a space for private events and for people to sit, relax and watch the activity in the park."
over-the-rhine  washington.park  3cdc  urbanism  cincinnati 
april 2015 by taestell
Staffmark moving Cincinnati HQ to Omnicare Center
“The vibrancy of downtown, the building has food options and it’s within walking distance to so many amenities downtown [...] It allows for us to be part of the downtown culture.”
downtown  cincinnati  urbanism 
april 2015 by taestell
Ford CEO: More Cars in Cities “Not Going to Work”
“[Ford CEO] Mulally said that adding more cars in urban environments is ‘not going to work’ and that he was interested in developments in ‘personal mobility’ and ‘quality of life.’”
ford  transportation  alan.mulally  urbanism  cities  livable.communities 
august 2014 by taestell
The New Sweet Spots
"Who needs New Urbanism or Smart Growth when so many amazing old neighborhoods are just sitting out there in under-appreciated and radically undervalued cities all across North America?"
urbanism  cities  urban.living  cincinnati  rust.belt 
july 2014 by taestell
Who Wants to Live in Times Square?
"UrbanCincy kingpin Randy Simes wants to see the city lease its advertising assets but keep them limited to what has been fair game for years: bus benches, shelters, newsstands, bike share — all the familiar places you tend to see Nicolas Cage movie posters defamed. The idea, Simes argues, is to work together on one unified leasing strategy, which, he feels, 'will increase the value of public right-of-way advertising.'"
urbancincy  randy.simes  urbanism  advertising 
july 2014 by taestell
What’s Missing From the “Affordable Housing” Conversation?
"A common misconception is that middle-class families don’t want to live in the urban core. But this is simply not the case. Remember: if you build it, they will come. And if you don’t think that the most (economically) sustainable way to build an urban core is to build it for the hard-working middle-class, you are crazy."
middle.class  over-the-rhine  cincinnati  urban.living  urban.development  urbanism  cities 
june 2014 by taestell
Empower Group on the hunt for new office space
“'Our core asset is our people. It’s important to attract the best talent,' [Jim Price, president and CEO of Empower Group], said. 'Being in the core business district gives us a leg up.'”
cincinnati  urban.redevelopment  urbanism  creativity 
june 2014 by taestell
Amazon's Bezos: Suburban HQ 'would have been the wrong decision'
“[Bezos] said the types of people Amazon employs and wants to attract in the future 'appreciate the energy and and dynamism of an urban environment,' which means the company is more likely to get the talent it wants with an urban campus.”
amazon  urbanism  cities  jeff.bezos  urban.development  seattle 
june 2014 by taestell
A Cincinnati Park Shifts the Paradigm
"Since Washington Park re-opened in Over-The-Rhine, it has been a resounding success. The park faces the Cincinnati Music Hall on one end, a K-12 school on another, and the neighborhood on the remaining two sides. On a recent day in mid-August, it teemed with a variety of users [...] In a city that can often feel segregated by race and class, the park encompassed all kinds."
washington.park  over.the.rhine  3cdc  used.my.photos  urbanism  cities  placemaking 
march 2014 by taestell
These are the Tri-State's most expensive condos
"Much of that thanks is owed to baby boomers, says Lee Robinson, the lead real estate agent for nine developments on the List. Those aging empty-nesters are no longer interested in the maintenance load of home ownership, but still desire a sense of independence and community."
baby.boomers  urbanism  urban.living  cincinnati 
february 2014 by taestell
Downtown Cincinnati will be transformed by thousands of new residential units
My article for UrbanCincy and the Cincinnati Business Courier on the 1,500 new apartments and condos coming to Downtown Cincinnati in the coming years.
cincinnati  urban.living  urban.development  urbanism  cities  over-the-rhine 
january 2014 by taestell
Cincinnati Leaders Approve City’s Third Form-Based Code in Walnut Hills
"Four [Cincinnati] neighborhoods were included in the initial implementation schedule: Madisonville, College Hill, Westwood and Walnut Hills. Both Madisonville and College Hill have fully adopted the code with Walnut Hills being the latest. Westwood appears to be the next neighborhood poised to adopt the code after winning unanimous support from the city’s Planning Commission in December 2013."
form.based.code  zoning  planning  urban.planning  urbanism  urban.development  urban.redevelopment  cincinnati  cities  built.environment 
january 2014 by taestell
Target Tests Small Store for Urban Shoppers as Young People Pick Cities Over Suburbs
"John D. Griffith, executive vice president for property development at Target, said that as more people, and especially young people, opted to live in cities rather than suburbs, Target wanted to remain convenient."
target  retail  urbanism  cities  urban.living 
january 2014 by taestell
Amazon Straight-Up Developing Whole Seattle Neighborhoods Now
"In fact, Amazon reportedly asked Seattle for none of the traditional tax breaks that corporations routinely get from cities as a condition of locating there. Instead, it wanted a fashionable neighborhood that would allow it to attract top-notch talent."
amazon  seattle  south.lake.union  urbanism  cities  corporations 
december 2013 by taestell
Optimizing the Street Grid
The size of a city block has a big impact on the amount of usable land and how much is within walking distance.
urbanism  cities  urban.planning  streets 
december 2013 by taestell
Companies Say Goodbye to the 'Burbs
"After decades of big businesses leaving the city for the suburbs, U.S. firms have begun a new era of corporate urbanism. [...] The bottom line: companies are under pressure to establish an urban presence that projects an image of dynamism and innovation."
urbanism  cities  innovation  corporations 
december 2013 by taestell
‘War on the car is over’: Ford moves transit underground
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford: “Ladies and gentlemen, the war on the car stops today... Transit City is over. We will not build any more rail tracks down the middle of our streets.”
toronto  transit  rail  rob.ford  urbanism  cities  light.rail 
december 2013 by taestell
Urbanism, Sub-urbanism, and why I’m tiring of the Streetcar debate.
"[Streetcar opponents] see the city as a holding place for poor, homeless drunks and a recreational facility for wealthy yuppies. They do not believe that normal people actually live here. They do not believe that people with their level of wealth or education would choose to live here."
cincinnati  cincystreetcar  urbanism  urban.living  cities  transit  transportation 
december 2013 by taestell
Cincinnati Enquirer: Finish the streetcar
"The region must continue to attract people and companies that can choose anywhere in the world to live and work. A low cost of living is no longer enough to spur growth; we must also offer modern infrastructure and amenities, especially to the millennials and baby boomers interested in urban living."
cincinnati  rail  cincystreetcar  transit  transportation  urbanism  cities  urban.development  urban.living  streetcars 
november 2013 by taestell
Big-box retailing splits Oakley, city
In 2002, the Enquirer called John Cranley "an enthusiastic supporter" of this plan to build big box stores and strip malls in a prime urban location. Cranley also stated "beggars can't be choosers" regarding the quality of the design.
john.cranley  cincinnati  urban.development  urbanism  urban.planning 
october 2013 by taestell
What Happens When a Town Puts People Before Cars?
"Taking highway standards and applying them to urban and suburban streets, and even county roads, costs us thousands of lives every year. There is no earthly reason why an engineer would ever design a fourteen foot lane for a city block, yet we do it continuously."
chuck.marohn  strong.towns  urbanism  cities  urban.planning  highways  transportation 
october 2013 by taestell
Chicago Business Owner: No Protected Bike Lanes Is a Dealbreaker
"Chicago business owner Jeff Judge won’t consider a move to another city unless its bike amenities can match what his employees have become accustomed to [in Chicago]."
transportation  bikes  bike.lanes  cycle.tracks  chicago  urbanism 
october 2013 by taestell
With the kids gone, aging Baby Boomers opt for city life
“'The millennials and the boomers are looking for the same thing,' said Amy Levner, manager of AARP’s Livable Communities.”
urbanism  cities  baby.boomers  millennials  urban.living  from instapaper
september 2013 by taestell
Satellite Magazine on Over-the-Rhine
"There are certainly a vocal few who tend to get quoted often in the paper, but I’d say you’d be hard-pressed to find long-term residents of the neighborhood who are law-abiding citizens who are unhappy about the changes. I don’t care how poor you are, you don’t want to live amongst crime and neglect and deterioration."
gentrification  cities  urbanism  urban.development  urban.living  cincinnati  over-the-rhine  from instapaper
september 2013 by taestell
Turns out cities are safest places to live
"But guns — whether used accidentally or with intent — are much less likely to be the cause of death than another tool: cars. And people drive more, drive longer, drive faster and drive drunker in rural areas than in urban ones, where they can walk or take public transit."
cities  urbanism  driving  automobiles  crime  public.safety  from instapaper
september 2013 by taestell
Baby boomers now buying more new cars than their children
"People aged 55-64 had the highest rate of new-vehicle purchases in 2011, according to the study, and they've become the age group most likely to buy a new car. Just four years ago, the population aged 35-44 was most likely to buy a new car [...]"
driving  generation.gap  cities  urbanism  transportation  automobiles  baby.boomers  from instapaper
august 2013 by taestell
How living downtown is different than what I used to do
One person's account of their life in the city compared to their former suburban lifestyle.
urbanism  urban.living  cincinnati  from instapaper
august 2013 by taestell
Main Street Gets the Business
John Cranley's vision for redevelopment in Over-the-Rhine was massive chains like Hard Rock Café and ESPN Zone.
over-the-rhine  cincinnati  urbanism  urban.planning  urban.development  ohio  from instapaper
august 2013 by taestell
New owner of Terrace Plaza plans to reopen hotel
The hotel's new owner "was attracted by the 'phenomenal job Cincinnati has done turning the city around.'"
cincinnati  urban.development  urban.planning  cities  ohio  urbanism  hotels  from instapaper
august 2013 by taestell
The Park at the Forefront of Cincinnati's Revitalization
"Last week, Cincinnati mayor Mark Mallory and a bevy of festive accomplices re-opened beautiful, 150-year-old Washington Park, in the heart of the city’s revitalizing Over-the-Rhine district. It had been closed for 20 months’ worth of renovations and, judging by the spectacular photos, it has been worth the wait."
cincinnati  washington.park  over-the-rhine  urban.development  urbanism  cities  from instapaper
july 2013 by taestell
Millennial Cohort Will Have Oversized Impact on Retail, Real Estate
Some excerpts explaining how Millennials' views on politics, media, technology, retail, real estate, and transportation differ from previous generations.
millennials  baby.boomers  generation.gap  politics  media  retail  real.estate  transportation  urbanism  cities  tech  from instapaper
july 2013 by taestell
That Echo You Hear? It’s Baby Boomers’ Kids Rattling Retail and Real Estate Markets
Perhaps the best article I've read explaining how the U.S. will change as Millennials gain and Baby Boomers lose influence.
baby.boomers  generation.gap  millennials  retail  urbanism  real.estate  shopping  cities  economy  from instapaper
july 2013 by taestell
Why Has New York Become a Paradise for Tech Startups?
"One of the reasons that New York has succeeded, Hargreaves told Mashable, is that its density and public transport systems make it easy for entrepreneurs to get from meeting to meeting."
nyc  new.york  transit  transportation  tech  cities  urbanism  startups  from instapaper
july 2013 by taestell
Addressing ‘missing middle’ housing in the Queen City
"But Cincinnati has a tremendous opportunity. In these urban neighborhoods they already have what other cities want and are trying to build: A variety of urban housing types, including some of the best collection of Missing Middle Housing in the country; a network of neighborhood main streets ready to be revitalized; a rich, diverse, and well-built collection of historic architecture; and, easily accessible open space networks created by the topography weaving throughout these neighborhoods."
cincinnati  housing  urban.development  urbanism  cities  from instapaper
july 2013 by taestell
CNU Salons article highlights misconceptions about Cincinnati’s urban core
I wrote this piece for UrbanCincy in August 2012, responding to many of the often-repeated negative stereotypes about Cincinnati's urban core.
cnu  urbanism  cities  cincinnati  over-the-rhine  stereotypes  streetcars  from instapaper
july 2013 by taestell
Spot Pricing
"Imagine your city passes a law requiring that all hotels in town, from the fleabag on Mediterranean Avenue to the Four Seasons on Boardwalk, charge $100 a night. You don’t have to be an economist to know what will happen: the best hotels will be booked to capacity every night, and no one will ever stay at the CheapSleep. [...] No city price-fixes its hotels, but plenty make the same mistake with curbside parking spaces."
parking  automobiles  cars  san.francisco  transportation  urbanism  cities  from instapaper
july 2013 by taestell
City living breeds creative genius
“What really happens when you move to a big city is you get to know a lot of different people, although they are not necessarily your friends. These are the people who bring different ideas, bring different opportunities and meetings with other great people that may help you.”
cities  urbanism  creativity  innovation  from instapaper
july 2013 by taestell
Craft Brews Create Urban Revival
"What’s going on in Cleveland is happening across the country. Trendy small businesses like breweries and younger residents have been returning to downtown neighborhoods in many cities across the U.S. The biggest cities are growing faster than the suburbs around them, according to Census data."
craft.beer  microbreweries  beer  better.beer  urbanism  cities  urban.development  urban.living  from instapaper
july 2013 by taestell
Millions Of Seniors Are Moving Back To Big Cities
"Cities also are redesigning transportation systems to meet the needs of older adults who have hung up their car keys or want to. In a 2010 AARP survey, about half of adults age 45 or older said living in a place where it’s easy to walk or living near church or social organisations was important to them."
cities  urbanism  senior.citizens  baby.boomers  transportation  transit  from instapaper
june 2013 by taestell
The Growth Ponzi Scheme
"What we have found is that the underlying financing mechanisms of the suburban era — our post-World War II pattern of development — operates like a classic Ponzi scheme, with ever-increasing rates of growth necessary to sustain long-term liabilities."
strong.towns  chuck.marohn  suburbs  suburbia  sprawl  cities  urbanism  urban.development  from instapaper
june 2013 by taestell
Fake shops used to make towns neater for G8
"At a former butcher's shop, stickers applied to the windows show a packed meat counter and give the impression that business is booming."
cities  urbanism  Ireland  urban.development  urban.planning  abandoned  from instapaper
june 2013 by taestell
Downtown Cincinnati 'a safe place to be'
Enquirer finds that Downtown Cincinnati is safer than many of the surrounding suburbs.
cincinnati  cities  urbanism  public.safety 
june 2013 by taestell
Main Street's Roots Sprouting New Growth
"We don’t have a Subway on the corner, we have a Fork Heart Knife. We don’t have an Applebees, we have Neon’s. Those are the kinds of places, I think, that local people want."
over-the-rhine  cincinnati  main.street  urbanism  cities  local.businesses 
june 2013 by taestell
Q&A With Jason Roberts, the Brains Behind “Better Blocks”
"People will ask us, where do you typically go when you go to a city. And these days, what we’ll do is we’ll pull up the old streetcar maps. Because most U.S. cities had streetcars. If you go to those old streetcar neighborhoods, there’s oftentimes a cluster of commercial buildings nestled into the neighborhoods. Those are ready-made to be the neighborhood destinations. Those are where your grandparents shopped. You’d go to the butcher or the baker, get their groceries. They’re really built for walkability because of their proximity as well to the neighborhood."
transit  transportation  cities  urbanism  urban.planning  retail  streetcars  from instapaper
june 2013 by taestell
Sim City: An Interview with Stone Librande
"When I started measuring out our local grocery store, which I don’t think of as being that big, I was blown away by how much more space was parking lot rather than actual store. That was kind of a problem, because we were originally just going to model real cities, but we quickly realized there were way too many parking lots in the real world and that our game was going to be really boring if it was proportional in terms of parking lots."
simcity  parking  urbanism  cities  transportation  automobiles  parking.lots  from instapaper
may 2013 by taestell
The Great Senior Sell-Off Could Cause the Next Housing Crisis
"A vast majority of today’s households with children still want [large, single-family] houses, Nelson says. But about a quarter of them want something else, like condos and urban townhouses."
housing  housing.crisis  generation.gap  baby.boomers  urbanism  cities  from instapaper
may 2013 by taestell
Homes Near Transit Were Insulated From the Housing Crash
"Stations with frequent service that are part of a well-connected transit network gave the biggest boost to home values."
housing  real.estate  transit  cities  urbanism  transportation  from instapaper
march 2013 by taestell
Why We Should Stop Talking About 'Bus Stigma'
"Germany is a world-leader in the design of expensive luxury cars, and has a network of freeways with no speed limits where you can push these cars to their ecstatic edge. But most urban travel in Germany happens on bikes, feet, or civilized and useful public transit systems in pleasant and sustainable cities."
Germany  transportation  transit  buses  bus  stigma  autobahn  cities  urbanism  mass  public 
january 2013 by taestell
Survey finds locals feel really good about downtown, Over-the-Rhine
Visitors said parks were one of their top reasons for coming downtown, thanks to the brand new Smale Riverfront Park and revamped Washington Park. That’s in addition to the other top reasons, which include restaurants and bars, Fountain Square, and Findlay Market.
Cincinnati  Over-the-Rhine  OverTheRhine  cities  downtown  midwest  urbanism  urban.living  3cdc  mark.mallory 
november 2012 by taestell
Crowdsourced neighborhood boundaries, Part One: Consensus
Determining neighborhood boundaries is an inexact science.
boston  cities  neighborhoods  urbanism 
july 2012 by taestell
Back to the City
Alan Ehrenhalt: "The [millennial] generation is simply so large [...] that even a respectable minority of this cohort seeking an urban life is bound to change American metropolitan areas dramatically."
generation.gap  cities  urbanism  millennials 
june 2012 by taestell
The payoff: $59M Mercer Commons breaks ground in OTR
The largest construction project so far in the revitalization of Cincinnati's Over-the-Rhine neighborhood is now underway.
cincinnati  otr  over-the-rhine  mercer.commons  cities  urbanism 
june 2012 by taestell
Moving home: The new key to success
Aaron Renn: "New York City is like a giant refinery for human capital. […] Taking in people, adding value, then exporting them is one of New York’s core competencies."
nyc  new.york  brain.drain  aaron.renn  cities  urbanism 
june 2012 by taestell
Everybodys Records and Gaslight are safe for the moment
The owner of the building housing Everybody's Records is "just not interested" in selling, but Anchor Properties' offer keeps increasing.
Cincinnati  historic.preservation  urbanism  cities 
june 2012 by taestell
Young People Are Driving Less—And Not Just Because They're Broke
Angie Schmitt of Streetsblog: “There are not a lot of folks from the 18-to-34 demographic in position to have a big impact on transportation policy. There are hardly any downsides to reforms that have to do with land use, cycling and walking, but we are still seeing a lot of resistance at the federal level.”
cities  urbanism  transit  transportation  driving  cars  generation.gap  millennials 
june 2012 by taestell
Americans Want More City Planning
Americans of all political persuasions agree: an "ideal community" has locally-owned small businesses, walkability, and transit access.
urbanism  cities  shopping  transportation  transit  urban.planning 
june 2012 by taestell
P&G and Walmart Take Inspiration From Food Trucks
New "PG Mobile" trucks bring grocery items right to the people.
groceries  walmart  urbanism  cities 
june 2012 by taestell
Port Authority focuses on neighborhoods
I appreciate the goal of cleaning up neighborhoods and adding park space, but we need to stop looking at demolitions as the only answer.
cities  urbanism  cincinnati 
june 2012 by taestell
Cincinnati Comes Back to Its Ohio River Shoreline
The New York Times is latest on the list of publications highlighting Downtown Cincinnati's many recent successes.
new.york.times  cincinnati  urbanism  cities  downtown  over-the-rhine 
june 2012 by taestell
Cincinnati fights its way back into hearts of hip and trendy
The Cleveland Plain Dealer writes about the great things happening in Cincinnati's downtown, on the riverfront, and in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood.
cincinnati  urbanism  travel  over-the-rhine 
june 2012 by taestell
Region is on the move
Greater Cincinnati is experience population growth, including net in-migration from larger cities such as New York, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Chicago and Washington, D.C.
cities  urbanism  Cincinnati  population  from instapaper
june 2012 by taestell
Bill Cunningham Praises Progress in Over-the-Rhine
Conservative talk radio personality Bill Cunningham joins the growing list of mainstream media outlets finally recognizing the positive changes in downtown Cincinnati.
Cincinnati  urbanism  over-the-rhine  wlw  bill.cunningham 
may 2012 by taestell
Downtown Cincinnati on the Rise
Aaron Renn gives a mention to Cincinnati, the positive changes the city has seen over the past few years, and our local media's "gee whiz" attitude when reporting on it.
Cincinnati  urbanism  cities  Aaron.Renn  media  from instapaper
may 2012 by taestell
Report: Downtown Cincinnati population up 12%
Cincinnati's urban core continues to grow as a result of a strong community, strong city leadership, and efforts from groups like 3CDC.
cincinnati  cities  urbanism  downtown  from instapaper
may 2012 by taestell
30 Minutes on Mass Transit in 20 World Cities
A new website shows you exactly where you can go in under 30 minutes using mass transit.
transit  transportation  buses  cities  urbanism  from instapaper
may 2012 by taestell
Over the Rhine transformation: not over yet
A rare positive look at the positive changes in Cincinnati's Over-the-Rhine urban neighborhood from our anti-city newspaper.
over-the-rhine  cincinnati  ohio  urbanism 
april 2012 by taestell
The Invention of Jaywalking
In the 1920's, "AAA and other auto clubs [...] funded safety patrols that taught kids they had to stop for traffic, not the other way around."
automobiles  cars  transportation  jaywalking  urbanism 
april 2012 by taestell
Making Over the Mall With Parks and Sermons
Turning suburban malls into "the downtowns that the suburbs never had"
urbanism  shopping  malls  retail  suburbs  from instapaper
march 2012 by taestell
PennDot: Rural Roads Subsidized More Than Mass Transit
Pennsylvania's Department of Transportation confirms urban residents subsidize rural transportation infrastructure.
urbanism  cities  infrastructure  from instapaper
march 2012 by taestell
Paul Allen’s Vulcan Urges Seattle to Raise Building Heights
The neighborhood that's home to Seattle's first modern streetcar line is growing fast, and investor Paul Allen wants the ability to build taller buildings.
transit  transportation  Seattle  development  urbanism  streetcars 
february 2012 by taestell
Public Transportation is Communist!
The editors of the Cincinnati Enquirer are either clueless and out-of-touch with reality or actually attempting to start a modern day Red Scare by publishing this mindless letter-to-the-editor.
LTE  Cincinnati  Enquirer  transit  transportation  cities  urbanism  cincystreetcar  streetcars  from instapaper
january 2012 by taestell
The Death of the Fringe Suburb
"Simply put, there has been a profound structural shift — a reversal of what took place in the 1950s, when drivable suburbs boomed and flourished as center cities emptied and withered."
economy  development  housing  cities  urbanism  from instapaper
december 2011 by taestell
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