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Be walking distance of Music Hall, Washington Park, OTR and Downtown Cincinnati. 

By the end of the year, the West End will have 54 newly-constructed homes. This is all thanks to Citirama Cincinnati 2018. The new development will be located on the mostly vacant lots along Ezzard Charles Drive between John, Clark and Cutter Streets. This will put residents near District 1 Police Station, Taft Information Technology High School, City West and the West End Library.

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The annual Citirama Cincinnati home show is scheduled for Sept. 8-16, 2018. All dwellings will be single-family homes with two-car garages. The structures will be built to keep the urban and the walkable feel of the neighborhood. The homes will cost Most homes will cost $250,000 – $400,00 depending on the square footage and amenities.

According to the West End Community Council’s website, the West End is the coolest neighborhood in Cincinnati. The West End Community Council hosts monthly meetings and actively engages residents in business development, safety and neighborhood improvement initiatives.

Over the past few years, many developments have been happening in the West End, including the revitalization of the Dayton Street Historic District as well as the many new businesses along Linn Street, Red Bike stations and bike lanes, and the $6 million Lisnr headquarters underway.

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Homes in this community are selling relatively quickly. If you would like to call the West End home, you have several options. If you want to renovate and live in an older home, here is a list of available properties for sale. If you want a new home, mark your calendar for the 2018 Cincinnati Citirama Show September 8-16, 2018.

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