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The Banks

138 East Court Street, Rm 603, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
PH: (513) 946-4400  |  FX: (513) 946--4444


Overview on The Banks

The Banks between Paul Brown Stadium and the Great American Ball Park.

The Banks is the shining centerpiece of our region, reflecting excitement, energy and a new sense of pride and a renewed connection with our River. It is a place people call home. It is a place where people work and shop and party and visit. It is a place where people cheer the home team, celebrate freedom, and honor our rich diversity. It is a place for playful enjoyment and quiet reflection. It is a place for everyone, citizen and visitor alike. It is a place to come again and again. It is an engine to drive economic growth and new vitality in Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, and our entire region. It is a place that links us together, it is a new spirit of cooperation. It is an experience that elevates our city to true world-class status. It is our potential. It is our future.


Updated (February 2, 2009)

The private developer leading the Banks Project launched a new website featuring the work there, updates on progress, as well as hints of what it will look like. Take a look here: http://www.thebankscincy.com/



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