Does Cincinnati ban new parking lots? Here are today’s most important news Daily information
It’s time for everyone’s favorite topic: parking! (with Sidney Franklin!)
You’ve probably heard that by now Cincinnati is This is close To block a new surface lot In and around the city center. This means three things:
You can take advantage of 150 plots of land exist in the area instead.
You will have to take advantage of the area Large and small garages. Spoiler alert: We’re scheduled to build more.
Developers New, permanent plots of land cannot be built associated with their construction projects.
Cities across the country are reducing parking minimums for developers and tightening design standards for parking in urban cores. Why? To promote housing development, increase walkability, reduce climate change, and add more vitality to the city centre.
The truth is, We are a little behind the rest of the region So too, which is why the Cincinnati City Council is scheduled to vote on changing the zoning text this week.
Read more about What this means for the downtown area – And you – here.
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