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Old 01-27-2009, 10:48 AM
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I think we all hope so, I found Short North Boring and Yuppie when I went.
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Old 01-28-2009, 10:47 AM
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Originally Posted by HuskerDu View Post
One neighborhood (Short North/Victorian Village) in C-bus blows away anything in Cincinnati, but the collective character of various Cincinnati neighborhoods and the unique qualities you can find in any one of them are far and away more attractive than anything outside of a 3 mile radius of the convention center in Columbus. I grew up in the now trendy areas of Columbus and am verrrry happy in Cincinnati.
I agree....Short North/Vic/German/Italian Villages constitute a lot of what's going on in Columbus. They are historic, preserved or rehabilitating in many parts despite the problem of centralized poverty around downtown, and the diversity of classes and cultures is impressive. Clifton is the best comparison, and it's not as safe and has a number of unrealized projects dragging it down a notch. Decline and a huge ring of poverty surrounding it doesn't help either.
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