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$50M DoubleTree Opens in Lawrenceburg

$50M DoubleTree Opens in Lawrenceburg

Hilton Worldwide and DoubleTree by Hilton have recently opened another hotel in the Greater Cincinnati area. The DoubleTree by Hilton Lawrenceburg is located at 51 Walnut Street, on the Ohio River.…

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Artspace Hamilton Lofts Signs 3 Retail Tenants

Artspace Hamilton Lofts Signs 3 Retail Tenants

Artspace Hamilton Lofts is a $11.8 million mixed-use project, currently under development in downtown Hamilton. It is scheduled to open next spring. Recently, its developers announced the signing of three tenants for the retail portion of the project.…

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Downtown Cincinnati’s Historic 309 Vine Destined for Mixed-Use Makeover

Downtown Cincinnati’s Historic 309 Vine Destined for Mixed-Use Makeover

The historic PNC Tower annex building is one of the largest office buildings in downtown Cincinnati. Its future, however, has ”mixed-use” written all over it.…

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Dunkirk Realty Brings Dayton’s Tallest Tower to Market

Dunkirk Realty Brings Dayton’s Tallest Tower to Market

A Class A office tower in Dayton’s central business district is now up for sale. Dunkirk Realty Partners, an international commercial real estate investment firm based in Long Island, has recently retained Holliday Fenoglio Fowler to market the Kettering Tower, the city’s tallest building.…

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Led By Dayton, Ohio Again Tops Trulia’s Ranking of Affordable Housing Markets

Led By Dayton, Ohio Again Tops Trulia’s Ranking of Affordable Housing Markets

Trulia released a report showing that Ohio was home to some of the nation’s most affordable housing markets for the middle class. …

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Greg Power Acquires Landmark Carew Tower

Greg Power Acquires Landmark Carew Tower

Greg Power, a commercial real estate broker and investor from Cincinnati, has recently acquired one of the city’s most iconic buildings, the Carew Tower. His first act as new owner was to raise a flag on the flagpole at the top of the 574-foot skyscraper.…

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Mercy Health Dedicates Jewish Foundation’s $16M Gift to Expansion, Education

Mercy Health Dedicates Jewish Foundation’s $16M Gift to Expansion, Education

The Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati has donated $16 million to Mercy Health. The gift, the largest ever received by Mercy Health, will be used to expand the Jewish Hospital’s emergency department and to help grow the Graduate Medical Education program based there.…

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W. P. Carey Buys Pratt Plant in Lewisburg For $21M

W. P. Carey Buys Pratt Plant in Lewisburg For $21M

W. P. Carey announced last week it has completed the $21 million sale-leaseback acquisition of Pratt Industries, Inc.'s manufacturing facility in Lewisburg, about 30 miles from Dayton. Pratt, one of the nation’s largest corrugated packaging companies, will lease the building on a long-term basis.…

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Capital Investment Breaks Ground on $80M Project in Newport

Capital Investment Breaks Ground on $80M Project in Newport

Cincinnati-based Capital Investment Group Inc. broke ground last week on the $80 million expansion of Newport on the Levee. Called Aqua on the Levee, it will bring apartments, retail, parking spaces and the region’s first Aloft hotel.…

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M-F Development Thrives Across Cincinnati Region

M-F Development Thrives Across Cincinnati Region

Multifamily development is on the rise in Cincinnati. Thanks to the improved employment growth, rising household incomes and strong apartment operations, many developers are building or looking to build apartments in the Cincinnati area.…

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Mercy Health Taps Local Contractors for $71M Bond Hill Headquarters

Mercy Health Taps Local Contractors for $71M Bond Hill Headquarters

Mercy Health revealed to the public on Thursday, November 13, that it has selected two Cincinnati companies for the construction of its Ministry campus, in Bond Hill. Messer Construction Co. will be the construction manager and general contractor. Jostin Construction will be Messer’s construction management partner and will also perform…

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Lindner Annex Will Give Kennedy Heights Arts Center Room to Grow

Lindner Annex Will Give Kennedy Heights Arts Center Room to Grow

After nearly five years of planning, the Kennedy Heights Arts Center, together with its partners, Kennedy Heights Montessori Center and Kennedy Heights Development Corporation, finally broke ground on Friday, November 14, on the Carl, Robert, Richard and Dorothy Lindner Annex.…

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