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One of Cincinnati’s historic neighborhoods will soon be featured on television.
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CINCINNATI -- One of Cincinnati’s historic neighborhoods will soon be featured on television.
Members of the Price Hill Will organization said the neighborhood will be featured on a 10-week TV series called Rowhouse Showdown.
The show will debut at 9 p.m. Wednesday on the FYI channel.
FYI is a lifestyle channel owned by the A&E network that was formally known as Bio.
A viewing party for the launch of the program will start at 8 p.m. at the Incline Public House.
Price Hill Will members said they believe the show will have a positive impact on the community.
The group says there has been a lot of recent redevelopment in the neighborhood with new businesses and hosuing.
Rowhouse Showdown will be hosted by Carter Oosterhouse and follows three couples as they compete to rehab identical urban homes in the district.
All of the episodes were shot at three row houses in the 700 block of Summit Avenue and a large brick home in the 700 block of Hawthorne.
Local redeveloper Jim Bronzie of Bronzie Design + Build served as a local judge on the series, alongside Designer Kathy Kuo. Dwell magazine's editor-in-chief, Amanda Dameron served as a guest judge in the season finale.