As the master developer for the Uptown Innovation Corridor, Uptown Consortium, Inc. (UCI) spent several years creating plans for the development in partnership with international global planning and design firm Sasaki.
In late August, Trinitas Ventures opened the Deacon, a student housing complex, as the first phase of a $420 million mixed-use development known as The District at Clifton Heights.
Sleepy Bee, the wildly-successful local restaurant chain, is opening a new concept in Avondale down the street from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center at 3440 Burnet Ave.
Worldpay, Inc., a global payments technology provider, recently announced its move into the University of Cincinnati’s 1819 Innovation Hub in the Uptown Innovation Corridor. Worldpay plans to partner with UC to create financial technology (fintech) training and career opportunities for its students.
Successful innovation districts require more than buildings.
In recent months, the Uptown Innovation Corridor has gained local, regional and national attention as a rising innovation district thanks to Uptown Consortium Inc.’s (UCI) efforts to promote the Corridor to local stakeholders and national experts.
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center recently announced a new collaboration with Cisco Systems to transform its digital landscape.
MORTAR, a resource hub that helps minority entrepreneurs start and grow businesses, is launching a wellness-focused retail space on Short Vine in Corryville.
This month, Uptown Consortium, Inc. (UCI) hosted a roundtable event to discuss how to leverage the new federal opportunity zones incentives to best benefit Cincinnati’s communities.
With the development of the state-of-the-art Uptown Gateway officially underway, Beth Robinson, President and CEO of the Uptown Consortium, Inc. (UCI), was invited to speak about the vision of the pivotal project on WCPO’s “This Week in Cincinnati,” hosted by anchor Craig McKee.