2011 Brewery District Master Plan
A Strategy for Repopulating Cincinnati's Brewery District

Complete Streets

Goal: To persuade the City of Cincinnati to renovate streets in the Brewery District into multi-model corridors that enable the creation of vibrant public places and that encourage the development of private property into a mixed-use, sustainable neighborhood. To present the idea that streets in the Brewery District should contain amenities and ‘street architecture’ (e.g. – streetlights, sculptures, bicycle racks, streetcar stops, benches, trash cans, etc.) that are unique to the neighborhood and that reinforce the branding of the Brewery District.

The streets of the Brewery District should serve as the connective tissue for the places within the neighborhood.

The BDCURC will form a committee to develop the plan and advocate for improvements to key streets in the Brewery District, starting with Liberty Street, McMicken Avenue, and the connective neighborhood streets.

If you are interested in participating in this committee, please signup for the email group HERE or send us an email to: info@otrbrewerydistrict.org

A current schedule of committee meetings is HERE.