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A Big Week in Avondale

We want to properly mark the enthusiasm and momentum that Avondale is achieving this week between today’s P&G/Reds Foundation Community Day at Gabriel’s Place and Hirsch Rec Center, or the Choice Launch at the Avondale Festival & Health Fair on … Continue reading

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Come to the Avondale Festival and Choice Launch!

Want to know more about Avondale Choice?  See an intriguing film?  Take advantage of free health screenings?  See the recent major improvements at the Hirsch Recreation Center and Gabriel’s Place? Most importantly, do you want to celebrate Avondale with your neighbors, … Continue reading

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TCB’s Avondale Development Secures Major Development Financing

This morning brought another milestone in our neighborhood transformation efforts in Avondale, when the Ohios Housing Finance Agency announced that TCB’s Phase I proposal had been awarded a major piece of its development funding, allowing that project to move forward … Continue reading

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Walnut Hills Looks at Safety

The Walnut Hills Redevelopment Foundation is leading an effort to look at safety in the neighborhood and any issues or perceptions that could slow down the neighborhood’s revitalization. The first step was a community safety survey shared through email lists … Continue reading

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Uptown Residents SOAR

TCB’s work in Avondale is part of a broad range of community building activity from an array of partners working to restore Avondale as a community of choice and great opportunity. Recently, two such efforts were featured in the Cincinnati … Continue reading

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Multi-Family Consortium Presentation

In late January, City of Cincinnati Community Development and LISC Greater Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky convened the agencies, organizations and firms that make up the Cincinnati Multi-Family Consortium.  The group was formed in 2011 to address city-wide and neighborhood concerns related … Continue reading

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What’s Next?

TCB made waves in Cincinnati with the back-to-back announcement of a major acquisition of a troubled multifamily portfolio and a significant grant award from HUD secured for the Avondale neighborhood.  So for our residents, our neighbors and other people around … Continue reading

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