With money, Fort Washington Way could mimic Columbus example
The economics may be getting better to support a long-desired development atop Fort Washington Way, a planner for The Banks project said Friday.
That doesn't mean cranes are coming soon to reduce the chasm that has been between Second and Third streets in Downtown Cincinnati since the 1950s. Covering the one-mile, east-west stretch of highway with decks landscaped for pedestrians has been on the to-do list since the $314 million Fort Washington Way rebuild was completed in 2000, said Tom Gabelman, a Frost Brown Todd attorney who is on the Joint Banks Steering Committee.
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