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A view of the river from Newport
A view of the river from Newport - Scott Beseler


A river runs through Northern Kentucky

Riverfront cities like Dayton, Newport and Covington were once ideal for manufacturing, heavy industry, shipping. Now, those towns are seeing a boom in riverfront retail, residential, and commercial development. Here's a closer look at the projects bringing Northern Kentucky together on the waterfront.

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Kentucky's Dayton was created in 1867 by the merger of two communities: Jamestown and Brooklyn. Back then, before the Army Corps of Engineers raised the level of the Ohio River, Dayton's swimmers and sunbathers took advantage of its natural sand bar and it was well known for its "Manhattan Beach."

In its modern wake, a planned Manhattan Harbour and other developments will help the city flourish and extend the Northern Kentucky riverfront to the east. Its gentle, curving coastline is a beautiful mirror to Cincinnati's Columbia Parkway, a beautiful night scene. Today, Dayton is building a reputation for its historic district revitalization.

Learn more about the organizations serving Northern Kentucky at www.NorthernKentuckyUSA.com