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Antioch College’s North Hall Becomes One of Oldest LEED Gold Buildings Worldwide

Antioch College’s North Hall Becomes One of Oldest LEED Gold Buildings Worldwide

North Hall, one of Antioch College’s three original buildings, has been awarded LEED Gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council(USGBC). Antioch College President Mark Roosevelt made the announcement on Monday, July 29.…

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Troubled Apartment Building in Evanston Makes Way for New Homes

Troubled Apartment Building in Evanston Makes Way for New Homes

A century old building in Evanston was demolished on Wednesday, July 17, to make way for new development and help revitalize the Cincinnati neighborhood. Hundreds of people were present at the event and cheered as machines belonging to the O'Rourke Wrecking Company brought down the mammoth building. Anzora Adkins, President…

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Hyatt Regency Cincinnati Completes $23M Renovation; $8.4M Holiday Inn Planned by Casino

Hyatt Regency Cincinnati Completes $23M Renovation; $8.4M Holiday Inn Planned by Casino

The Hyatt Regency Cincinnati announced last week the completion of renovations to its lobby and existing 486 guest rooms. At a cost of $23 million, the project also called for the addition of five new rooms, to bring the hotel’s total to 491 guest rooms.…

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Construction to Start This Month on University Station’s $54M First Phase

Construction to Start This Month on University Station’s $54M First Phase

Xavier University is getting ready to start work together with Messer Construction Co. and Ackermann Group on a long-delayed apartment and retail development at Montgomery Road and Cleneay Avenue, adjacent to the university’s campus.…

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Cincinnati Streetcar Gets $17.4M in Additional Funding

Cincinnati Streetcar Gets $17.4M in Additional Funding

The Cincinnati Streetcar project is back on track. Last Wednesday, City Council voted to give it a $17.4 million infusion of cash, bringing the total cost of the project to $133 million, from the original $110 million.…

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The Party Source Expands into Newport

The Party Source Expands into Newport

The Party Source, regarded by many as Greater Cincinnati's authority for beer, wine, spirits, cigars, specialty foods, and party supplies, is expanding. Soapbox Cincinnati recently reported on the retailer’s 30,000-square-foot expansion project already underway.…

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City of Cincinnati Approves Plans for Multimillion-Dollar Developments

City of Cincinnati Approves Plans for Multimillion-Dollar Developments

Cincinnati City Council approved last Wednesday plans for a 30-story apartment tower at the northwest corner of 4th Street and Race Street in the city’s downtown. The project is expected to cost about $80 million.…

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Joint Venture to Open Ohio Racino in December

Joint Venture to Open Ohio Racino in December

The state of Ohio will get a new racino by the end of the year. Miami Valley Gaming & Racing, a joint venture of Delaware North Companies Gaming & Entertainment, headquartered in Buffalo, N.Y., and Louisville, Ky.-based Churchill Downs Incorporated, will open a new harness racing and gaming facility near…

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City, 3CDC, McCormack Baron Salazar Break Ground on Phase II of $63M Mercer Commons Project

City, 3CDC, McCormack Baron Salazar Break Ground on Phase II of $63M Mercer Commons Project

The City of Cincinnati, 3CDC, and McCormack Baron Salazar, Inc. broke ground on May 31 on the second phase of the $63 million Mercer Commons project.…

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Convergys Corp. Selling Downtown Cincinnati HQ

Convergys Corp. Selling Downtown Cincinnati HQ

Convergys Corp. is selling its downtown Cincinnati headquarters but plans to lease space in the building once the transaction is finalized.…

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Mercer Garage Delivers 340 Parking Spaces to Cincinnati’s OTR

Mercer Garage Delivers 340 Parking Spaces to Cincinnati’s OTR

A new parking facility is now open in Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood. The Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation(3CDC) opened the Mercer Garage to the public on May 9. The new addition arrives just in time as hundreds of new residential units in the area are getting ready to come online.…

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Miller-Valentine Group’s Summit Pointe Apartments Reopens in Lawrenceburg

Miller-Valentine Group’s Summit Pointe Apartments Reopens in Lawrenceburg

The Miller-Valentine Group held a ceremony last Wednesday, May 8, to celebrate the grand re-opening of the Summit Pointe Apartments, an affordable housing community in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. Alan Rakowski, Tax Credit Manager, Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority, Tim Bete, President of St. Mary Development Corporation, Adrian Colosimo, Development Risk…

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