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What will Airport 2.0 be like? It's taking shape at CVG

Following the opening of the Amazon Air hub, more changes are expected in coming months, including a new rental car facility, more carriers, and news about high-tech research and development.

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The multifamily multiverse: The challenging and conflicting demands of creating affordable housing

As the multifamily market grows, it must also respond to the changing — and sometimes conflicting — demands of the marketplace and society.  

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Farming is a family affair in Campbell County

Despite the pressures ranging from weather to development to changing consumer tastes, the small, family farm has been remarkably resilient in Northern Kentucky’s easternmost county.  

Feature Story Steven Hill and Jennifer Kelly own a 150-year-old home in Lewisburg.

Will tiny Lewisburg become 'collateral damage' in the bridge debate?

Investment in the Covington neighborhood has continued, even grown, despite longstanding plans for a new bridge that would take out part of the neighborhood.  Some doubt the new span will ever be built.

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Tending the fire: After serving time, he now serves up home-cooked barbeque at the Bellevue VFW

The Doo-Little’s Shack & Snacks truck is a labor of love for Fields and his wife. It’s also a way for them to give back to the community.  

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After its breakneck growth from Covid-19 testing, what's next for Gravity Diagnostics?

After responding to extraordinary demand for Covid-19 testing, the growth at Gravity Diagnostics was phenomenal. So what does it do for an encore?   

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Who cares about good design?

The rapid evolution of neuroscience and evidence-based design provides new insights into how architecture impacts human health and wellness.  

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After the pandemic and racial upheaval, this group saw cities as the solution, not the problem

The cataclysmic events of 2020 threatened to unwind years of progress for the nation's cities. Some dedicated urbanists here decided to shape a new narrative. 

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