Uptown Consortium, and Avondale Community Development Corporation has engaged the services of WEB to provide professional consulting services for Diversity & Inclusion

WEB has develop a framework to promote and support economic inclusion in development activities within the MLK/Reading Road Corridor area.

As a key metric we are proactively working to ensure Diversity & Inclusion across all six neighborhoods (Avondale, Clifton, CUF, Corryville, Mt. Auburn, Walnut Hills)





The new 1-71 Interchange opened on August 8, 2017. Since 2011, UCI has worked closely with the City of Cincinnati and the Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments on the $80 million interchange at I-71 and Martin Luther King Drive. The project opens 670 acres of unused land



The UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute, a $60.5 million outpatient center, is currently under construction in Corryville - Uptown Cincinnati's healthcare hub. A total of 215 people will work in the new four-story building, including doctors, medical assistants, therapists, technologists and other support staff. As the future location of all outpatient neurological care and patient education activities for UC Health, the medical center will provide our region with better access to advanced clinical trials.

The forthcoming UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute is funded by contributions from the University of Cincinnati and UC Health, new market tax credits invested by Uptown Consortium, Inc. and gifts from private donors.


$40M Avondale Town Center Redevelopment

The redevelopment of the site would create three new structures, ideally built out to the street in a pedestrian friendly manner, and include a total of 118 residential units and 80,000 square feet of retail.