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Monday, April 28, 2008

Quoting Spiderman's Uncle Re The Banks

Comparing The Banks with Columbus' Scioto Mile, both starting this year, the (relatively) new Banks Blog says the two Ohio cities compete like siblings. The Banks is a bigger project, while Columbus, the blogger writes, has been rebranding its city in sections, like Short North.

"As Spiderman’s uncle would say: “with great power comes great responsibility”. Here in Cincinnati, we interpret that as “with great perfectly located real estate development opportunities comes great expectations”.


The blog, brought to us by Live Green Cincinnati, appears to be ready to give intricate details of the project's progress. Now, there are even photos of tire tracks made by excavation equipment.


Read it here.


2 Comments:

at 2:25 PM, April 28, 2008 Blogger Cheviot Sports Authority said...

Why don't we build a new stadium at Broadway Commons and run our street cars from the hotels to the ballpark and the newly developed areas around the park.
St CSA

 
at 7:29 PM, April 28, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

CSA You can't change the plans now. All the politicians who are promoting this pollywog have already bought up the property along the proposed route.
Maybe the Freedom Center could relocate to Broadway Commons; they could get more walk-up customers in that area.

 
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