Childress & Cunningham recently completed design refinement for a very specialized retail complex in Newtown, Ohio. The 42,000sf facility, now referred to as “Ready Line at Liberty Station,” formerly known as “One Shot”, will soon be a regional attraction, as construction is already under-way.
Cincinnati is implementing a Form-Based Code that will apply to certain neighborhoods, among them Walnut Hills, where our firm is located. This Form-Based Code is essentially another way of accomplishing Zoning goals, which is based not on Zones that have usage as their primary factor, but rather on Transects based on urban density.
Our own Scott Hand is featured in this recent Fox 19 interview about the exciting changes coming to Jackson Brewery in Over the Rhine. Click here to see the story. Read more about this: Over-the-Rhine Toasts Another Exciting Renovation
It is our privilege to pay tribute to a long-time friend and collaborator, Roger Rolfes. Roger recently accepted the Regional Public Service Award presented by Todd Portune, OKI Regional Council of Governments President and Hamilton County Commissioner.
One of the most prominent features of an active urban community is a robust street life. Activity tends to cluster in areas where the function of establishments is obvious from the street to passers-by. Childress & Cunningham has mastered these challenges with the Oakley Retail development that sits at the edge of the Oakley business district.
We have been hired by Grayscale Cincinnati to convert the historic Jackson Brewery building in Over-The-Rhine into a multi-use performing arts center. The project is a complete update of the first floor of the 1859 structure.