Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Livin' in the City on the Rise in One Part of Greater Cincinnati

For all those who think that there's no chance that Cincinnati's core will ever change for the better, there's evidence for such change right in our metro area. The Enquirer notes that older neighborhoods in Covington have become a hot real estate market.

Is that because of great Covington schools and great Covington government? [Note to gentle readers: laugh at the silly rhetorical question!]

No, it's because the houses and neighborhoods have charm and potential and are close to cool stuff.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What is wrong with Covington may I ask? Other than our drugs, gangs, crime, and recent re-appearance of young Nazis...

At least we have Mainstrasse!