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.
Uptown Consortium has successfully utilized federal New Markets Tax Credits (NMTC) to help finance development projects in the five Uptown neighborhoods.
The IRS and Department of the Treasury recently released updated opportunity zones regulations.
University of Cincinnati students and the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden embarked on a once in a lifetime project—designing toys for the animals.
As the Uptown Innovation Corridor development progresses, the innovation district is attracting attention across the country.
Dwan Ward, owner of Alabama Que, brings people together through the power of good food at his restaurant on Short Vine.
On Thursday, April 11, UC Health and the University of Cincinnati celebrated the UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute outpatient facility grand opening in Avondale.
On Monday, April 8, Terrex Development & Construction and Messer Construction Co. broke ground on Uptown Gateway, a $250 million mixed-use development in the Uptown Innovation Corridor. City officials, university and community leaders gathered at the southeast corner of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and Reading Road to celebrate the newest development in Cincinnati’s Innovation District.
MLK Investors I, a partnership between Neyer Properties and Kulkharni Properties, recently released updated development plans for “the node,” a mixed-use development in the Uptown Innovation Corridor. The development will be located on the northeast quadrant of the Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and Reading Road intersection by the new I-71 interchange.