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Offline jmecklenborg

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Re: Cincinnati: University of Cincinnati: Development and News
« Reply #385 on: April 01, 2014, 08:59:46 PM »
Looks like Daniels. 
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Re: Cincinnati: University of Cincinnati: Development and News
« Reply #386 on: April 02, 2014, 05:09:13 AM »
Written by Joe King

Great joke by UC!  Some people even bought it.  Yes, the outside will be made by reclamed toaster ovens.  That's great.

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Re: Cincinnati: University of Cincinnati: Development and News
« Reply #387 on: April 16, 2014, 05:10:19 PM »
Big plans will cost big money at UC
Cliff Peale, CIN 9:04 p.m. EDT April 15, 2014



Expect a fundraising campaign soon to raise hundreds of millions of dollars for the University of Cincinnati.

UC's overlapping priorities range from athletics to medicine, all projects the college says will allow the university to compete nationally. But their price tags range from $10 million to more than $100 million during the next half-dozen years.

http://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/education/2014/04/15/big-plans-will-cost-big-money-uc/7759051/
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Re: Cincinnati: University of Cincinnati: Development and News
« Reply #388 on: Yesterday at 02:49:14 PM »
Maybe slightly off topic for specific projects, but this diagram from Envision Baltimore almost perfectly describes the development pattern at UC.  I would say the analysis ends at where UC was about 10 or 15 years ago however.  A further step 7 would likely talk about the spilling out of hypertrophic development in the surrounding community as the pressure to add student housing becomes too great, thus leading to further tension with surrounding residents and more push-back from downzoning NIMBYs and historic preservationists.