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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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City Proposed Improvements Linked to Horseshoe Casino

City Proposed Improvements Linked to Horseshoe Casino

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor There may still be some time before the Horseshoe Casino opens in Cincinnati, but its simple presence is enough to have a positive influence and help community development.  On Sept. 6, during the Budget and Finance [...]…

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Kings Island to Double Size with $10M Water Park Expansion

Kings Island to Double Size with $10M Water Park Expansion

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor The Kings Island amusement park in Mason, Ohio, announced it will undergo a major expansion and redesign, replacing the current park, Boomerang Bay, with the all-new and exciting Soak City. Before the announcement was made, Kings [...]…

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$223M Development to Add Mixed-Use in Huber Heights

$223M Development to Add Mixed-Use in Huber Heights

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Huber Heights will be home to the region’s next big retail and office development. A development team under the name Developer 201 Corridor Management L.L.C. has plans for a multimillion-dollar retail and office project called The [...]…

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Cincinnati Home Sales Rise 20% in July

Cincinnati Home Sales Rise 20% in July

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Sales of single-family homes rose more than 20 percent in July in Greater Cincinnati. It is the first increase in year-over-year activity since sales began to slide in March. A total of 1,965 homes were sold this [...]…

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Cincinnati Has High Hopes for Fifth and Race

Cincinnati Has High Hopes for Fifth and Race

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Cincinnati city officials have high hopes for the two-acre site at the northwest corner of Fifth and Race streets, one of downtown’s prime locations. After many years and nearly $14 million in city investment, the corner [...]…

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Tabani Group Gets Option to Buy Northgate Mall

Tabani Group Gets Option to Buy Northgate Mall

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Tabani Group International, a Dallas-based real estate investment group, has obtained an option to buy and redevelop Northgate Mall in Colerain Township. A revised preliminary development plan for the mall was presented for approval to the Colerain [...]…

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Vorys to Move Cincinnati Office to Great American Tower

Vorys to Move Cincinnati Office to Great American Tower

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Law firm Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease L.L.P. has signed a long-term lease to move its Cincinnati office from the Atrium II Tower to the 41-story Great American Tower at Queen City Square. The firm plans [...]…

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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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