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Neyer Properties Plans Mini-Lifestyle Center In Green Township

Neyer Properties Plans Mini-Lifestyle Center In Green Township

Good news for west Cincinnati. Neyer Properties, a commercial real estate developer based in Evanston, has recently announced it will start construction this month on a 47,000-square-foot mini-lifestyle center in Green Township.…

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Hines Pays $150M for 6-Building Portfolio as Office Sales Pick Up Steam

Hines Pays $150M for 6-Building Portfolio as Office Sales Pick Up Steam

Office properties in the Cincinnati area are selling like hot cakes. Multiple properties have changed hands in the region during the first two quarters of the year, as the recovering market attracts more and more investors.…

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Inland Real Estate Corp., PGGM Buy Phase I of Newport Pavilion

Inland Real Estate Corp., PGGM Buy Phase I of Newport Pavilion

Inland Real Estate Corporation is expending its presence in Cincinnati. In a joint venture with Dutch pension fund advisor PGGM, the real estate investment trust has acquired Phase I of Newport Pavilion, a 471,800-square-foot grocery-anchored power center in Newport, Kentucky. The retail property changed hands for $43.3 million in cash.…

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Milhaus Development Breaks Ground $13M M-F Project in Cincinnati’s Northside

Milhaus Development Breaks Ground $13M M-F Project in Cincinnati’s Northside

Milhaus Development finally started construction on the Gantry, a $13 million project expected to revitalize the former lumberyard and railroad depot in Cincinnati’s historic Northside neighborhood. It is the first new construction project of its magnitude to be developed in the Northside community in many, many years.…

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National Air Force Museum Starts $35M Expansion at Wright-Patterson AFB

National Air Force Museum Starts $35M Expansion at Wright-Patterson AFB

The museum’s entire collection occupies more than 17 acres of indoor exhibit space. But this huge area seems to not be enough. At the start of June, the museum broke ground on a fourth building to house aircraft from the Presidential, Research and Development (R&D) and Global Reach collection, as…

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Rolling Hills Hospitality to Develop 120-Key Hotel at Sharonville Convention Center

Rolling Hills Hospitality to Develop 120-Key Hotel at Sharonville Convention Center

At the end of May, the City of Sharonville has signed a deal with Fort Mitchell-based Rolling Hills Hospitality Group to construct a first class hotel at the Sharonville Convention Center, the region’s only Silver LEED Certified, sustainable event facility. The project will cost $14 million. It is part of…

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eBay Plans $52M Expansion in Boone County

eBay Plans $52M Expansion in Boone County

eBay Enterprise is looking to expand its operations in Northern Kentucky. Governor Steve Beshear announced on May 29 that the global provider of retail-optimized commerce solutions plans to invest nearly $52 million and build a new fulfillment center in Boone County.…

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Port Authority Names Cassidy Turley To Market MidPointe Crossing

Port Authority Names Cassidy Turley To Market MidPointe Crossing

The Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority has started planning and site development of the $80 million MidPointe Crossing, in Cincinnati’s Bond Hill neighborhood. The developer has hired Cassidy Turley to market the mixed-use project.…

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Celanese Breaks Ground on $20M Expansion of Florence Facility

Celanese Breaks Ground on $20M Expansion of Florence Facility

Celanese Corporation plans to expand its presence in Northern Kentucky. The Dallas-based company is investing $20 million to expand its manufacturing capabilities at its facility in Boone County. The expansion will help Celanese keep up with the continued customer demand for its advanced engineered materials products.…

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U Square @ The Loop Takes NAA’s Best Student Housing Award

U Square @ The Loop Takes NAA’s Best Student Housing Award

At the start of May, the National Apartment Association (NAA) announced the 2014 PARAGON award winners. This annual awards program recognizes the multifamily housing industry’s top communities, executives, employees and affiliate programs. One important Cincinnati development was among this year’s winners.…

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Historic Crosley Building Could Get New Life as Apartments

Historic Crosley Building Could Get New Life as Apartments

Throughout it's long history, the Crosley Building, in Cincinnati’s Camp Washington neighborhood, has seen many things. It witnessed the rise and fall of important American companies and has experienced the same rise and fall itself. But its story is not yet over. An Indianapolis-based developer plans to bring new life…

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Carter, Dawson Co. Launch Work on Banks Project

Carter, Dawson Co. Launch Work on Banks Project

The Banks project includes residential, office, hotel and retail components and is Cincinnati’s largest single, mixed-use development. After many months of delay, work has finally started, on April 28th, on Phase IIA of the project.…

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