A nearly perfect plan has been created for Cincinatti's riverfront. So what's wrong?
"The proposed Banks development would blend new housing for varied incomes, beautiful parks, office towers and retail stores designed to add vitality to the beleaguered downtown... Two schools of thought have formed about the relationship between Northern Kentucky's riverfront development and Cincinnati's. Banks boosters see both sides of the river working to become one big draw for visitors..." But critics say that these two locations across a bridge from each other are duplicating efforts to the detriment of the region.
Thanks to Tom Collins
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