A Tale of Two Cities (WCPO)

Interesting insight onto the transformations happening in OTR, and some thoughts from one of our residents on some of the changes in the neighborhood. Click here to read the article.

We Could End Homelessness With The Money Americans Spend On Christmas Decorations

The latest annual report from the Department of Housing and Urban Development shows that the national homeless population held steady from 2011 to 2012, hardly good news but perhaps better than expected given the relatively weak economic climate. Read More…

YouTube: What OTRCH does for the Community and how you can Get Involved

This video shows what Over the Rhine Community Housing does for the Over the Rhine area of Cincinnati, OH. It was done for [Clifton Sneed’s] Digital Core Class for Electronic Media at the University of Cincinnati. Watch Video

WCPO: Over-the-Rhine Community Housing Opens New Elm Street Senior Housing Facility

“An old Christian Moerlein building is finding new life in Over-the-Rhine as housing for seniors.” Read More

Anti-gentrification Organization Says OTR Redevelopment Is Leaving Low- and Middle-income People Out

Although Cincinnati continues receiving nationwide praise for the revitalization of southern Over-the-Rhine and downtown, some local activists say low- and middle-income residents are being left out of the progress. With the formation of a new group, these activists hope to prevent Cincinnati’s wealthy elite from absorbing all the gains of what some call gentrification. Read More