Using 2000 census data and comparing the 48 Statistical Neighborhood Approximations (neighborhood boundaries approximated to census tracts), did you know that East Price Hill:
- Is Cincinnati's second most populous neighborhood?
- Has Cincinnati's second greatest number of housing units?
- Has Cincinnati's fourth greatest number of occupied housing units?
- Has Cincinnati's sixth greatest number of owner-occupied housing units?
Using data from the Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority, four percent of CMHA's occupied housing units are in East Price Hill, and these represent only two percent of our total housing.
While we have been impacted by the housing crisis, absorbing more than our share of foreclosures, the housing stock itself is still enviable in this great city! With our formally-designated Incline District (a term coined in 1989 in part by current EPHIA Board Director John Wall) and other burgeoning block-level initiatives, East Price Hill is poised to overcome current citywide challenges and embark upon a renaissance that will hopefully rival Mount Adams!