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Groundbreaking Marks Return of Cincinnati Streetcar

Groundbreaking Marks Return of Cincinnati Streetcar

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Streetcars were the main form of public transportation in Cincinnati at the turn of the 20th century. In 1951,  after nearly a century of horse-drawn, steam-powered and electrical vehicles, the original streetcar system was dismantled. But the [...]…

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Paycor on Hunt for New Headquarters

Paycor on Hunt for New Headquarters

By Adrian Maties Paycor Inc. is in search of a new home for its 420 workers. And that will be no small task, requiring about 125,000 square feet that will necessitate a move from its current location at the aging Holiday [...]…

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First Phase of Smale Riverfront Park to be Completed as Planned

First Phase of Smale Riverfront Park to be Completed as Planned

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Parks in Cincinnati today occupy more than 5,000 acres, about 10 percent of the city’s total land area. That area is about to grow. With 70 neighborhood parks and 34 nature preserves already in the system, [...]…

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DHL Plans $47M Expansion at Airport

DHL Plans $47M Expansion at Airport

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Following a $22 million expansion last year, shipping giant DHL Express USA Inc. plans to invest $47 million to build a 193,000-square-foot sorting building and upgrade its current 520,000-square-foot sorting facility at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. [...]…

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Cincinnati Approves Funds for Homeless Shelters

Cincinnati Approves Funds for Homeless Shelters

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor The Cincinnati City Council voted unanimously last Wednesday to approve the first $1 million in city money toward the “Homeless to Homes” campaign, a project meant to build, rebuild and relocate three homeless shelters across the [...]…

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dunnhumbyUSA Causes Bidding War in Seeking Larger Space Downtown

dunnhumbyUSA Causes Bidding War in Seeking Larger Space Downtown

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Less than a year and a half after finishing construction of a new headquarters, dunnhumbyUSA plans to move to a bigger location. The fast-growing consumer insights company is looking for existing office space or land to [...]…

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Horseshoe Casino’s Outdoor Plaza; Seapine’s New HQ

Horseshoe Casino’s Outdoor Plaza; Seapine’s New HQ

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Construction continues at the Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati site as developer Rock Gaming plans to turn a parking lot in front of the casino into a 1.5-acre outdoor plaza. It will improve the casino’s connection to its [...]…

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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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