Where History Comes Alive

The West Fourth Street Historic District’s palpable energy adds to the Central Business District’s continued momentum. Stretching five city blocks from Vine to Central, and centered between the Convention Center to the north and The Banks to the south, the District’s slated redevelopment tops $500 million and counting in the next two and a half years.

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Financial Drivers

Cincinnati is home to the global headquarters of 10 Fortune 500 companies with an additional 360 Fortune 500 companies having operations and offices within the city. Having a strong foundation within the Finance, Insurance, Biomedical, and Aerospace Engineering sectors, and a consistent and rapid growth in Professional Services, Creative Firms, Hospitality, and Art & Culture, the city has become the fastest growing economy in the Midwest.

2,270

New downtown units planned

110,000

people working downtown daily

46,600

people visiting downtown daily

72,000

daily vehicular traffic on west fourth street

Tourism

26 Million

Annual Visits

$5 Billion

In Annual Revenue

77,000

Jobs Added

Parking

With the rapid expansion of more urban, dense, walkable communities in downtown Cincinnati, and an existing large inventory of parking opportunities, both on street and in secure garages, the parking inventory in and around the district is positioned to best handle future growth and changing trends in the long term outlook of parking needs and behaviors.

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