UC seeks OK for neuroscience institute plan

Rendering showing the location of the proposed UC Neuroscience Institute building at the northeast corner of Martin Luther King Drive and Eden Avenue in Corryville(Photo: City of Cincinnati) The University of Cincinnati Neuroscience Institute wants to build a new outpatient facility in Corryville to expand services, so it’s asking the city for a zoning change to make it happen. The new building will put UC’s sprawling brain-science practice under one roof. Representatives from UC Health’s project development team are seeking permission from the city to change the zoning on properties at 223-233 Piedmont Ave. and 214-224 Martin Luther King Drive from multifamily to institutional residential. The neuroscience institute was established in 1998 as a partnership of the UC College of Medicine and UC Health. It announced a $54.6 million fundraising campaign to build…

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