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Lone Star Bets on Cincinnati Offices

Lone Star Bets on Cincinnati Offices

A Dallas-based private equity firm has recently purchased three office buildings in Greater Cincinnati. The properties sold for a total of $25.3 million.…

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Buyers Snap Up Distribution Centers Near Cincinnati, Dayton

Buyers Snap Up Distribution Centers Near Cincinnati, Dayton

Two out-of-state investors have picked up two industrial facilities in the Greater Cincinnati and Dayton areas. The properties sold for a total of more than $24 million.…

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Seniors Housing Project Awaits Green Light

Seniors Housing Project Awaits Green Light

Cincinnati is getting a new apartment building for low-income seniors. The development will be located on the city’s Northside.…

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High-Tech Intel Unit Expands at Wright-Patterson

High-Tech Intel Unit Expands at Wright-Patterson

On Friday, June 19, the National Air and Space Intelligence Center broke ground on a new facility for its foreign materiel exploitation mission at the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, just east of Dayton. The expansion project will nearly triple the size of the existing Foreign Materiel Exploitation Laboratory.…

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School to Make Way for Apartments

School to Make Way for Apartments

An out-of-state developer plans to tear down a Northern Kentucky school and replace it with apartments.…

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Southwest Ohio Is One of the Nation’s Healthiest Housing Markets

Southwest Ohio Is One of the Nation’s Healthiest Housing Markets

Columbus-based Nationwide, one of the nation’s largest insurance and financial services organizations, has released its quarterly housing market report this week. According to the quarterly report, most U.S. housing markets are healthy, and Southwest Ohio is one of the healthiest regions in the county.…

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Joint Venture to Build Schools in Greater Cincinnati

Joint Venture to Build Schools in Greater Cincinnati

A foreign developer is partnering with a local company to build new schools in the Greater Cincinnati area.…

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AK Steel Launches Innovation Hub in Middletown

AK Steel Launches Innovation Hub in Middletown

On Friday, June 19, AK Steel finally broke ground on its new Research and Innovation Center in Middletown. James L. Wainscott, the company’s chairman, president and CEO, was present at the ceremony together with Larry Mulligan Jr., Mayor of Middletown, and other officials.…

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Vintage Buildings to Be Reborn as Hotels

Vintage Buildings to Be Reborn as Hotels

Developers plan to bring two new hotels to the Cincinnati area. Both will be located in the city’s downtown.…

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New Tower Links Research & Care at Cincinnati Children’s

New Tower Links Research & Care at Cincinnati Children’s

After three years of construction, Cincinnati Children’s Medical Center has finally completed its new Clinical Sciences Pavilion. The 15-story research tower is now open and ready to serve as a bridge between research and care.…

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The Banks’ Newest M-F Project Gets a Name

The Banks’ Newest M-F Project Gets a Name

The developers of The Banks have recently revealed the name of the second apartment building to be constructed at the mixed-use development. Radius, as the new complex is called, is part of the larger project’s second phase.…

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Prologis Builds Big in Hebron

Prologis Builds Big in Hebron

Greater Cincinnati is getting a new distribution center. On Thursday, June 11, a Fort Mitchell, Ky.-based developer announced that it broke ground on a massive industrial facility in nearby Hebron, near the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.…

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