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Demand for Greater Cincinnati Industrial Space Strongest Since 2005

Demand for Greater Cincinnati Industrial Space Strongest Since 2005

2013 has been an excellent year for the Cincinnati industrial market. As companies snatched up more and more space, rents increased and vacancies dropped, reaching pre-recession levels.…

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Cincinnati Seeks Brownfield Fund Grant for Brewery X Redevelopment Project

Cincinnati Seeks Brownfield Fund Grant for Brewery X Redevelopment Project

Cincinnati Beer Week is less than a month away. It’s scheduled to start on February 6 but real beer fans will be able to get into the spirit of the event even sooner. On January 27, a public meeting will be held at The Brew House to discuss the city…

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Christ Hospital Opens P1 Garage as Part of $265M Campus Expansion Project

Christ Hospital Opens P1 Garage as Part of $265M Campus Expansion Project

Christ Hospital has opened its new visitor garage on December 24. Called the P1 garage, it is part of a larger, $265 million campus expansion project. It will be the primary parking location for patients and visitors coming to the hospital.…

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Investor Duo Buys Former SuperValu Warehouse in Xenia

Investor Duo Buys Former SuperValu Warehouse in Xenia

Developers Stuart Lichter of Industrial Real Estate Group and Chris Semarjian of Industrial Commerce Limited have teamed up to acquire, develop and manage commercial and industrial real estate throughout the United States and are well-known for their ability to purchase large scale facilities and repurpose them for new tenants. This…

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Cincinnati’s Garfield Suites Hotel Changes Hands

Cincinnati’s Garfield Suites Hotel Changes Hands

CBRE Hotels has announced last week the sale of Cincinnati’s Garfield Suites Hotel. Cincinnati Lodging Associates, a joint venture of Sun Development, Hotel Capital and Silver Rock, it the property’s new owner. It plans to convert the all-suite hotel into a DoubleTree Suites.…

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INX International Breaks Ground on 62,000 SF Plant in Lebanon

INX International Breaks Ground on 62,000 SF Plant in Lebanon

INX International Ink Co., a division of Japanese company Sakata INX, announced at the end of November its plans to build a new 62,000-square-foot facility in Lebanon, Ohio. On December 5, the company broke ground on the project. The ceremony was attended by both company officials and local dignitaries.…

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Radisson Opens the Radisson Cincinnati North CoCo Key Water Resort

Radisson Opens the Radisson Cincinnati North CoCo Key Water Resort

The Radisson Cincinnati North CoCo Key Water Resort opened last month. The full-service hotel boasts a 50,000 square foot indoor water park and is scheduled to undergo a comprehensive renovation project in the second quarter of 2014. It will remain open during the renovation.…

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$33.5M Water Street Project Expected to Start Construction in December

$33.5M Water Street Project Expected to Start Construction in December

Water Street, one of the largest development projects in downtown Dayton in years, is getting ready to break ground. The Dayton City Commission has approved last week a development agreement with the project’s developer, Water Street Redevelopment LLC, a joint venture between Dublin-based Crawford Hoying Development and Dayton-based Woodard…

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Downtown Cincinnati’s dunnhumby Centre Reaches Key Milestone in Construction

Downtown Cincinnati’s dunnhumby Centre Reaches Key Milestone in Construction

and the Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation (3CDC) broke ground on the dunnhumby Centre project in downtown Cincinnati. After almost ten months of work, the project reached an important milestone in its construction, as it received its first concrete pour at street level on November 14. Also, at the start…

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Cincinnati-Area College Developments Receive Funding, Expected to Boost Local Economy

Cincinnati-Area College Developments Receive Funding, Expected to Boost Local Economy

This July, Xavier University, together with Messer Construction Co. and Ackermann Group, broke ground on a long-delayed apartment and retail development at Montgomery Road and Cleneay Avenue, adjacent to the university’s campus. With a $53 million first phase, the University Square project recently received some help from the Finance Fund.…

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$13M Project to Deliver 129 Apartments to Cincinnati’s Northside in 2015

$13M Project to Deliver 129 Apartments to Cincinnati’s Northside in 2015

A new development will bring 129 apartments and 8,000 square feet of commercial space to Cincinnati’s historic Northside neighborhood in summer 2015. The project was announced a few months ago and now it finally has a name: the Gantry. According to Milhaus Development’s website, the Gantry is the first new…

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Antioch College Continues Campus Revitalization

Antioch College Continues Campus Revitalization

Antioch College continues with its plans to renovate and improve its campus in Yellow Springs. The college plans to build a central geothermal plant that will significantly reduce power usage on campus.…

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