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Apartment Rental Market Drives Property Sales

Apartment Rental Market Drives Property Sales

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Confidence is returning to Cincinnati’s rental market, and that is encouraging investsors to buy. So far this year, investors have spent nearly $107 million to purchase hundreds of apartments that range from student housing to higher-end [...]…

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Viking Partners Launches Second Fund

Viking Partners Launches Second Fund

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Private equity real estate investment firm Viking Partners L.L.C., based in Blue Ash, is striving to take full advantage of the continued distress in the commercial mortgage market by starting its second fund. It plans to raise $50 million. The [...]…

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Renovation of Old American Can Factory Heads into Final Stretch

Renovation of Old American Can Factory Heads into Final Stretch

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor It’s been more than six years since Bloomfield/Schon began eyeing redevelopment plans for the old American Can factory building in Cincinnati. Now, the $21.9 million renovation is heading into its final stretch. The building was developed in [...]…

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$400M Casino Project Moves Forward in Downtown Cincinnati

$400M Casino Project Moves Forward in Downtown Cincinnati

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Even in tough times, Downtown Cincinnati continues to expand, with the resumption of the briefly stalled construction of the $400 million Horseshoe Cincinnati. Meant to boost the city’s economy and tourism, the new casino is being developed [...]…

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Northgate Mall Posts for Sale Out of Foreclosure

Northgate Mall Posts for Sale Out of Foreclosure

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Northgate Mall is finally on the market. The posting comes more than a year after the bank holding the mortgage filed foreclosure papers against Feldman Mall Properties, the mall’s owner. New York real estate firm Rockwood Real [...]…

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