Tomorrow, KZF will host the APA Cincinnati Section for a brown-bag lunch and education session focused on “The Hispter Overlay District,” discussing how zoning and the hipster culture have converged to enliven and program once unlively places.
Tattoos, car-free living, dog parks, food trucks, bike sharing, popup spaces, storefront marijuana, farmers markets…Are these part of your community’s plans? Cultural and generational shifts are driving changes in how we spend our time and money, and it’s not just hipsters.
Are your plans and codes keeping up? Find out why they should.
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
1 CM Credit
Metered on-street parking
8th & Sycamore Parking Garage (1 to 2 hrs – $5)
685 Culvert Street ($6/day)
7th at Broadway Garage (1 to 1.5 hrs – $8)
Other Transportation Options:
Bus: Government Square (10 min walk)
Bus stops for routes 11, 12X, 40X, 67X are within a few blocks
Red Bike: A station is located across the street at 8th & Broadway