OTR Gateway Quarter Wayfinding Map

OTR Gateway Quarter Wayfinding Map created by Laura Collins and Katie Garber.

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  • Maya Drozdz

    The map is great, and I appreciate how inclusive it is although, on a recent morning, I saw a group of people knock on the doors of two businesses on this map and request “tours.” Both times, I heard the person who answered the door explain that the place, though listed on the map, really wasn’t open to the public.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Otr-Matters/100000788668634 Otr Matters

      That’s kind of odd. Why would the group think a business is open for public tours?

      • Maya Drozdz

        I don’t know! Honestly, it was kind of funny, especially seeing it happen twice. Some of the places included just aren’t for walk-ins at all. For instance, Harvest Gallery on 15th is only open for receptions, which happen once a month at most. Still, even aside from that, the tour request doesn’t make sense.

        • http://www.facebook.com/people/Otr-Matters/100000788668634 Otr Matters

          The more I think about it the funnier it seems.

  • Margot Vanscoy

    Great resource! In future editions please add 1420 Main Street, home of The Spotted Magpie, Cincinnati Film Festival, and Main City Station.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Otr-Matters/100000788668634 Otr Matters

      Main City Station is included. Contact the OTR Gateway Quarter merchants group for more info about inclusion.

  • Allison D.

    Just curious: what was the area now known as the Gateway Quarter called before 3CDC coined it that about six year ago? Did it have an official name?

    • OTR Blog

      No, there wasn’t a name for this part of OTR before the redevelopment started. If there had been a name, I’m sure a new one would not have been created. More information about the name and its creation can be found here: