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U Square @ the Loop Gets New Leasing Team

U Square @ the Loop Gets New Leasing Team

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor U Square @ the Loop, the nearly $80 million mixed-use development located just south of the University of Cincinnati, will break ground at the start of 2012. The project developers, however, have decided to replace the [...]…

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Major Retail Center Planned for Butler County

Major Retail Center Planned for Butler County

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Steiner + Associates plans to start work a year from now on a massive project that could become Butler County’s largest retail development. The open-air retail center will include department stores, movie theaters, office space and housing. Known [...]…

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Queen City Square Welcomes 3 New Retail Tenants

Queen City Square Welcomes 3 New Retail Tenants

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor: The Great American Tower at Queen City Square will soon welcome three new tenants:PNC Bank, Coffee Emporium and Simply Grand have signed long-term leases. They are scheduled to open during the first quarter of 2012. Although the [...]…

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Christ Hospital to Open Outpatient Center in Fort Wright

Christ Hospital to Open Outpatient Center in Fort Wright

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor The Christ Hospital announced last week that it will open an outpatient center in Northern Kentucky. The hospital already has an outpatient center in Anderson Township and started work on another one in Green Township earlier [...]…

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$54M Mercer Commons Project Approved, Pending Design Change

$54M Mercer Commons Project Approved, Pending Design Change

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor On Friday, Nov. 18, the Cincinnati Planning Commission unanimously approved the $53.5 million Mercer Commons development in Over-the-Rhine after a five-hour meeting. The approval came with one condition: The developer, Cincinnati Center City Development Corp. (or [...]…

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19th Century Homes Restored in Over-the-Rhine

19th Century Homes Restored in Over-the-Rhine

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor In Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine, local builders, together with Cincinnati Center City Development Corp. (3CDC), are rehabilitating nine grand old houses. The project is called Park Haus and its goal is to remake 19th century, single-family homes in [...]…

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Neyer Properties, City Plan $30M Development Project

Neyer Properties, City Plan $30M Development Project

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Neyer Properties Inc. has been busy in Cincinnati in recent months, and plans to be even busier in November and December. For all its important projects, the Evanston-based real estate development company recently won the award [...]…

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Nature’s Fuel Considers $470M Facility in Northern Kentucky

Nature’s Fuel Considers $470M Facility in Northern Kentucky

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Nature’s Fuel Gallatin L.L.C. will build a $470 million biomass facility in Northern Kentucky. The Indiana-based company received preliminary approval for as much as $35 million in tax incentives from the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority. [...]…

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Work to Finally Start on Mixed-Use Rookwood Exchange

Work to Finally Start on Mixed-Use Rookwood Exchange

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor After years of court battles and financial difficulties, a $125 million project will begin construction in Norwood in November, helping to propel the city forward and overcome years of budget deficits. For nearly 10 years,  on a [...]…

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Brent Spence Bridge Replacement Awaits Funding

Brent Spence Bridge Replacement Awaits Funding

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Plans for replacement of the Brent Spence Bridge have been much discussed during recent years, but funds needed to finance the massive project have yet to be identified. The project gained national attention, however, after President Obama’s [...]…

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$1B CPS Project Nears Completion; 41 Schools to be Complete by Year-End

$1B CPS Project Nears Completion; 41 Schools to be Complete by Year-End

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor After eight years, Cincinnati Public Schools’ plan for a $1.1 billion project meant to provide new or renovated buildings for every child in the city is nearing completion. Original plans called for 35 new schools, 24 of them [...]…

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St. Aloysius Awarded $19.5M in Tax Credit Financing for Renovations

St. Aloysius Awarded $19.5M in Tax Credit Financing for Renovations

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Finance Fund, Consortium America and U.S. Bank have agreed to award the St. Aloysius Orphanage $19.5 million in financing. The provision will help renovate and expand St. Aloysius Orphanage and allow it to enhance its ability [...]…

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