Northern Kentucky’s city communities are showcased twice every year in a preferred strolling tour produced by the Catalytic Fund, which has had a big function in navigating the financing of many important redevelopment/improvement tasks right here.
Past the Curb has drawn guests to Covington, Newport, Bellevue, Dayton, and Ludlow, rotating amongst these cities, displaying off outdated homes which were restored together with new condos constructed alongside the riverfront.
However amid the COVID-19 pandemic, such an occasion is a no-go.
So, the Catalytic Fund has turned the mission right into a 15-episode video sequence, three of which had been launched late final week at BeyondtheCurb.org.
“This series is a great way to showcase a variety of interesting houses, condos and apartments in Northern Kentucky,” said Jill Morenz, who coordinates the tour.
The first three episodes profile an historic home in Ludlow, infill housing in Covington, and a shotgun house in Bellevue.
Twelve additional episodes will be released each week through November 6.
“Part of our mission is to market Northern Kentucky’s urban core as a great place to live and work,” said Jeanne Schroer, president and CEO of the Catalytic Fund. “This video series helps us achieve this, even though health and safety concerns make in-person tours inadvisable this year.”
The owners, realtors, and builders interviewed within the movies share what they love in regards to the 5 cities.
Les Fultz, proprietor of Valere Studios, which produced the movies, mentioned that he loved exploring the cities whereas getting footage for the episodes. “I wanted to live in almost all the properties we filmed,” he mentioned.
Morenz mentioned that the group is eager for a return to in-person excursions subsequent yr.
“I hope everybody enjoys just about exploring the properties with us,” she mentioned.
Picture: Somerset Corridor in Ludlow, which is featured within the first episode