Downtown Kroger's design gets city approval
The design for a mixed-use project that includes a downtown Kroger, plus two needed zoning variances, was unanimously approved by Cincinnati’s Historic Conservation Board on Monday, whose staff emphatically praised the project.
The mixed-use projects, which includes eight stories of 139 apartments and a 550-space parking garage in addition to a two-level, 45,000-square-foot Kroger, needed zoning variances because it will be three feet higher than allowed under the zoning code and its front façade lacked complete commercial continuity. It also needed a certificate of appropriateness for its design because part of the project is in the Court Street Historic District. It will be located at Central Parkway and Walnut Street.
via Cincinnati Business Journal