Walnut Hills co-working space to be entrepreneur hub

Story excerpt provided by Cincinnati Enquirer.

Written by Bowdeya Tweh.

A $500,000 city of Cincinnati grant is expected to jumpstart a project in Walnut Hills to open low-cost office space to serve small businesses and startup entrepreneurs.

The investment would help the Walnut Hills Redevelopment Foundation redevelop and restore a building within the Peebles Corner Historic District. And during a Monday press conference, city officials and representatives from the Over-the-Rhine-based nonprofit Mortar said the effort could make it easier to nurture a wide range of entrepreneurs.

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Originally published June 20, 2016.

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