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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Beyond the Curb Home Tour

Cincinnati’s urban living options extend to Northern Kentucky
404 E. Fourth Street in Newport is one of the featured homes on the Beyond the Curb Home Tour. 
Newport, Kentucky is a city rooted in a rich history and colorful past, but it isn’t sitting still. Today, a seamless mix of new and old creates a uniquely vibrant character. Places to live and local businesses will be open to the public on September 27 from 10 AM – 4 PM when the exclusive Beyond the Curb series features the City of Newport. Visitors and residents alike can immerse themselves in the architecture that captures the experiences and the people that have made, and continue to make, Newport great.

An initiative the Catalytic Fund, Beyond the Curb was kicked off in Covington in April to much acclaim, with 600 registered guests from more than 60 zip codes across the Greater Cincinnati region signing up for the self-guided tour. The Catalytic Fund’s president Jeanne Schroer explained, “We know that the demand for urban living options is strong in Greater Cincinnati because any time a new property is developed, it’s fully leased prior to the construction even being completed. Beyond the Curb provides us with an opportunity to welcome people unacquainted with Northern Kentucky’s river cities in an easy-to-navigate day to explore all of the urban lifestyle and all of its amenities.”


In an attendee post-event survey from Beyond the Curb | Covington, 92% of respondents stated they would attend another event in a different river city and despite extremely inclement weather, 88% said their perception of urban living and the options available in Northern Kentucky positively changed after the tour.

Northern Kentucky’s river cities as a whole offer everything needed for a comfortable urban lifestyle: walkable neighborhoods, lively small business districts, parks, grocery stores and of course, great views of downtown Cincinnati. Each city contributes to the appeal of the whole area, while also being great destinations in their own right. Newport is full of great stories; come explore its newest chapter during this exclusive tour opportunity.

With the purchase of a Beyond the Curb ticket tour-goers will receive: admission to exclusive behind the scenes tours of 13-featured Newport properties, month-long local business discounts, free parking, and the opportunity to win a luxurious basket filled with products made and sold in the Northern Kentucky river cities.

When: September 27, 2015 10AM – 4PM
Where: Registration 10AM – 3PM The Carnegie Event Center
401 Monmouth Street Newport, KY 41071
Buy Tickets:
Early Bird Admission $15
Day Of Admission $20
*Guests under the age 15 receive free admission!

• SouthShore Condominiums - 400 Riverboat Row
• Vue 180 on the Water - 300 Riverboat Row

• 823 Overton - 823 Overton Street
• The Hannaford - 803 E 6th Street
• 934 Hamlet - 934 Hamlet Street
• 306 Park - 306 Park Street
• 404 E Fourth - 404 East 4th Street

• 908 Columbia - 908 Columbia Street
• 1115 Isabella - 1115 Isabella Street

• Monmouth Row - 415 Monmouth Street
• **Carnegie Event Center (Registration Area) - 401 Monmouth Street
• 311 York Street - 311 York Street
• 913 Monmouth - 913 Monmouth Street

Beyond the Curb is an initiative of The Catalytic Fund featuring one-day, self-guided urban living tours of Northern Kentucky’s river cities. The mission of Beyond the Curb is to encourage urban living by showcasing and marketing Northern Kentucky’s river cities to the Cincinnati region as ONE special urban area with a wide array of residential product types and amenities that uniquely cater to an assortment of lifestyles. The design firm Neltner Small Batch was commissioned to capture each river city’s distinct character with its iconic artistic style, within the larger regional context, as a great place to live, work and visit. Beyond the Curb is funded with generous support from sponsors and from ticket sales for the purpose of urban awareness and revitalization.

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