EAST PRICE HILL, OH (FOX19) - A major West Side construction project is taking a major step forward, but not before city leaders hear what you have to say about it.
Since 2005, developers have been working towards what is now becoming a reality - building up the East Price Hill Incline District.
Community leaders want it to be the West Side's version of Mount Adams.
City leaders and the Livable Communities Committee are holding a 2 p.m. public hearing on Tuesday. This time the topic is approving the application of the creation of the community entertainment district that will be known officially as the East Price Hill Incline District.
The district will include apartments, condos, medical centers, bars and restaurants.
Its boundaries are roughly bordered by Warsaw Avenue, Elberon Avenue and State Street. It includes parts of East Price Hill, Lower Price Hill and Sedamsville.
The name has changed a few times over the last few years, but the goal always the same - to revitalize the West Side, and reinvent Price Hill.