Soapbox Cincinnati: Why we tear down 150-year-old buildings in historic districts
From Soapbox Cincinnati, March 29th 2016:
Columnist Casey Coston writes about the pattern of urban development that affects Cincinnati’s historic districts (and all cities’ preservation and development activities):
Soapbox columnist Casey Coston, a former corporate bankruptcy and restructuring attorney, is now involved in real estate development and construction in and around Over-the-Rhine and Pendleton. He’s also a civic activist and founder of a number of local groups, including the Urban Basin Bicycle Club, the Cincinnati Stolen Bike Network, the World Famous OTR Ping Pong League and Losantiville: An Urban Exploration Company.