Originally Posted by RedTruck
It was funny. When I was in toronto, I could walk anywhere. Even the projects, were safe to be in. Instead of just blacks, you would see asians, latino's, whites, indians, blacks, all under one block, one street. It was really awesome to see.
I feel that if Cincinnati mixed it's housing development with rich condo's in poor area's than that somehow would create a better mesh, and create a more safer feeling overall.
Toronto is a great city, and very diverse and open minded. I think you nailed it with Cincinnati's lack of diversity. It's one of the most segregated cities I have ever been in. Getting people of diverse ethnicity to love together in the same areas would be a huge first step towards growing the city.