Abandoned Walnut Hills building offered to small business owners for working space

"For a lot of people in this neighborhood and a lot of neighborhoods around Cincinnati, they have been told ‘no’ so long and so, having a space like this gives us an opportunity to tell people 'yes,’” Allen Woods said. "Yes" to entrepreneurs pursuing their dreams of owning and operating their own businesses, by giving them office space of their own. "The city's committed to reinvesting and trying to continue the current momentum. So, to invest in a space that's going to attract entrepreneurs that can help be a launching pad for new businesses, I think it's a great day for the neighborhood, it's a great day for Walnut Hills,” Councilman P.G. Sittenfeld said.
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