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Adam Hynes

Quality Low Income Housing for Cincinnati’s West End

Public housing in Cincinnati’s West End has undergone several changes and redevelopments since its inception in the early 20th century. While it has seen some bright spots over its history, current conditions are in need of drastic improvement. The West End continues to struggle to integrate with the rest of the downtown basin, and residents of public housing deserve a high quality and safe place to live. Through analysis of factors such as design, location, density, and public needs, a new model would work to sustainably adhere to the needs of the low-income West End community.

BS Urban Studies

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