If the only requirements for innovation were great ideas and the capital to implement them, the world would be a different place. But alas, innovation—and as well, an Innovation Corridor like ours in Uptown—requires more than great thinking and sustained funding. Innovation requires leadership, vision, partnerships, shared priorities and continuous learning. We believe the Uptown Innovation Corridor requires the same.
Progress, community and innovation were on full display at the first annual “Innovate | Celebrate Uptown Cincinnati” event—previously known as the Uptown Business Celebration. The June 21 ceremony, held at the newly renovated UC 1819 Innovation Hub, recognized the area’s most influential and future-focused individuals, businesses and organizations in front of hundreds of Uptown Cincinnati residents.
Since 2012, The Uptown Consortium (UCI) has led an intense planning and community engagement effort to establish a framework for the Uptown Innovation Corridor—a rare, urban development opportunity in Uptown Cincinnati.
After working with residents, Cincy Stories celebrated the opening of an interactive, multimedia storytelling gallery in Avondale on Friday, June 22.
Next week we’ll announce the findings of a research study central to Phase Two of the Uptown Innovation Corridor development. The Uptown Consortium commissioned the Avondale Housing Market Intelligence Report as a key tool in creating forward-looking residential improvements that honor Avondale, its history and its residents.
Last summer, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) made the much-anticipated announcement that it will be consolidating its three Cincinnati facilities in the Uptown Innovation Corridor at Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Reading Road. In mid-May, NIOSH announced the design/build RFP for the consolidation project.
The Uptown Consortium (UCI) recently purchased an important property in the Uptown Innovation Corridor at the intersection of Martin Luther King Drive and Reading Road.
Developers and leaders from across the Greater Cincinnati area joined Uptown Consortium, Inc. (UCI) and the Avondale Development Corporation (ADC) at the Uptown Innovation Corridor (UIC) Open House & Preview on May 15 to review and discuss the future of the UIC.
Since 2012, the Uptown Consortium has led an intense planning and community engagement effort to establish a framework for the Uptown Innovation Corridor, a rare, urban development opportunity in Uptown Cincinnati.
Since 2012, the Uptown Consortium (UCI) has led an intense planning and community engagement effort to establish a framework for the Uptown Innovation Corridor, a rare, urban development opportunity in Uptown Cincinnati.