Price Landing Framework Plan
This Riverfront Park will be an amenity for Lower Price Hill and surrounding West Side neighborhoods, and will serve as a node for several proposed regional bike/hike trails proposed along the Ohio River and Mill Creek valleys.
This framework plan has been developed over several years and is based on input from three community meetings held between 2013 and 2015. Throughout the summer of 2015, we’ll be presenting this plan to stakeholders and community groups, and asking for their support. We’ll incorporate any feedback and the final plan will be presented to the City of Cincinnati and funding partners later in 2015.
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Price Landing News and Press Releases
As we make progress, we share updates and press releases about Price Landing through this website and our facebook page. Read all the latest!
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Community Design Workshop, February 2015
In November of 2014, West Side Summit was awarded two grants totaling $46k to hire design consultants to begin formal schematic design of the new Price Landing Park. The design team of Glaserworks and Human Nature was selected because of their extensive experience and success planning other local riverfront. They set off to work right away, using feedback from the 2013 Vision session as a point of departure.
On February 7, 2015, West Side Summit organized a four-hour community forum for the design team to present three design options, and discuss amenities and features. Roughly sixty Price Hill, Sedamsville and Riverside residents, community leaders, and City of Cincinnati staff were in attendance.
The design team left with excellent community feedback, and should return in the coming months with new plans for review. Stay tuned!
Lower Price Hill’s Vision Session, May 2013
On Saturday May 4th 2013, citizens, community leaders and a group of planners spent a day together to envision the future use of 16 acres of riverfront property on the south side of Lower Price Hill. The Vision Session ran a full day from 8:30am to 4:30pm. The event was well attended by local residents as well as representatives from the City of Cincinnati including City Councilwoman Roxanne Qualls, members of Cincinnati Department of Transportation and Engineering (DOTE) and representatives from the Metropolitan Sewer District, The Port Authority of Cincinnati, Cincinnati Recreation Commission Cincinnati Parks and Hamilton County Parks. The session was sponsored by the Lower Price Hill Community Council and the AIA Urban Design Committee.
The result was a 15 page presentation that outlines the communities hopes and goals for the property. The conclusion also identifies and analyzes potential operators for the park. See it here.
These are pictures from the public morning visioning session, afternoon design charrette and the final afternoon presentation.
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