The District at Clifton Heights

Cincinnati, OH
Trinitas Ventures plans to redevelop the Deaconess Hospital in Cincinnati's CUF neighborhood into a mixed use project.
Developer
Phase
Community Review
Mixed-Use Development
1. Reason for Visiting
What brings you here *most often*? See responses

We want the project to be a good neighbor for decades to come. Any other questions or suggestions?

Improve the traffic flow. Provide housing for people who are poor. Recycle and keep the garbage picked up.

What are you doing about parking? We live on Fairview without garages or driveways. We can't have your residents taking up our very limited parking. Do all cars have spaces in your building?

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We want the project to be a good neighbor for decades to come. Any other questions or suggestions?

0-30% AMI housing

I've been to the two public presentations and have some concerns about the scale of the project compared to the rest of the neighborhood. Is there any way to scale it to be a bit more compatible?

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How would you describe the community benefits you’d like to see in the project?

The Deaconess property demolition is moving along well and soon there will be a blank canvas to work with. Looking at the renderings it appears that the old hospital dimensions will be exactly duplicated... Read more...

Thank you, Craig, for your thoughtful comments. Please participate as we move through the city approval process.

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This project will bring retail space to the neighborhood. What kind of business do you want to see there most?

Coworking space

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What brings you here *most often*?

I live nearby

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We want the project to be a good neighbor for decades to come. Any other questions or suggestions?

0-30% AMI housing. Ideally at least 10% of the housing. And don't act like you can't afford to do so.

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Are you likely to use bike lanes if provided? Why or why not?

yes.

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What are your thoughts regarding structured parking when choosing a place to live, shop or dine? What makes a parking garage a positive experience?

Bike Parking.

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Do you, or others you know prefer office locations within walking distance to shops and restaurants or places to live? Why or why not?

I prefer locations that I can afford to live in. And that others can afford to live in. The greatest need in our community is for housing that people making 0-30% Area Median Income can afford to live... Read more...

Thank you, Allie, for your comments--and your passion for affordable housing.

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Do you imagine yourself, or others you might know, downsizing to an apartment or condominium that is close to restaurants and shops? Why or why not?

I choose my housing based on my ability to afford to live there. We need 0-30% AMI Housing.

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How would you describe the community benefits you’d like to see in the project?

The only benefit can be brought through 0-30% Area Median Income Housing.

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Which community benefit would you prioritize first?

Creating a special place where people want to live, work, visit!

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This project will bring retail space to the neighborhood. What kind of business do you want to see there most?

Small grocery/convenience!

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What brings you here most often?

I live nearby!

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What brings you here most often?

I live nearby!

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