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University of Dayton’s $53M GE Aviation EPISCENTER Is the Best Economic Development Project in Ohio

University of Dayton’s $53M GE Aviation EPISCENTER Is the Best Economic Development Project in Ohio

The $53 million, newly constructed GE Aviation EPISCENTER(Electrical Power Integrated System Center) on the University of Dayton's campus is slated to open this December 13. But the facility, finished in August, is already impressing. On October 24, the Ohio Economic Development Association, a not-for-profit association of professionals whose, recognized it…

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Dayton Children’s Hospital Announces $140M Expansion Project

Dayton Children’s Hospital Announces $140M Expansion Project

Great news for all the children in Dayton. Dayton Children's Hospital plans to invest $140 million to expand its Valley Street campus, near the city’s downtown. The hospital’s board of trustees approved the plan recently. The move follows a nearly nine-month planning processes which included input from the hospital’s staff…

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Cincinnati Children’s Receives Largest Donation in Hospital’s History

Cincinnati Children’s Receives Largest Donation in Hospital’s History

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center announced on October 4 it will receive the single largest donation to the hospital since it was established in 1883. Convalescent Hospital for Children will donate $20 million over eight years. The money will be used to expand mental health facilities at Cincinnati Children’s campus…

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UC Releases New Renderings for Nippert Stadium Renovation Project

UC Releases New Renderings for Nippert Stadium Renovation Project

Bearcat fans rejoiced on Thursday, October 3, as the University of Cincinnati released new renderings and floor plans for the Nippert Stadium Renovation & Expansion project on Thursday, October 3. At a cost of $86 million, the privately funded project is scheduled to start construction in mid-December, this year. It…

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City of Sharonville to Build Convention Center Hotel

City of Sharonville to Build Convention Center Hotel

The city of Sharonville recently announced its plans to build a hotel adjacent the newly expanded Sharonville Convention Center. The project is part of Sharonville’s revitalization plan, which also includes the expansion of the Northern Lights entertainment district and the $140 million Princeton School District complex.…

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U Square @ the Loop Finally Open

U Square @ the Loop Finally Open

U Square @ the Loop, the largest local project besides The Banks to break ground since the recession, is finally finished. The $78 million development opened on Thursday, August 22. UC President Santa Ono, Vice Mayor Roxanne Qualls, CHCURC Director Matt Bourgeois, Uptown Consortium CEO Beth Robinson, Al. Neyer Executive…

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University of Cincinnati’s Morgens Hall Open for Students Following $35M Renovation

University of Cincinnati’s Morgens Hall Open for Students Following $35M Renovation

The University of Cincinnati recently announced it is preparing for another all-time record enrollment. The 194-year old university expects 43,000 students to attend classes this year and, in order to welcome them, it unveiled its $35 million renovation of Morgens Hall on August 15.…

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The Banks Development Team Announces Start Date for Construction on Phase IIA

The Banks Development Team Announces Start Date for Construction on Phase IIA

The Banks will be Cincinnati’s largest single, mixed-use development with residential, office, hotel and retail components. In a recent release, the Banks’ master development team of Carter and The Dawson Company announced work will soon start on Phase IIA of the project.…

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Antioch College’s North Hall Becomes One of Oldest LEED Gold Buildings Worldwide

Antioch College’s North Hall Becomes One of Oldest LEED Gold Buildings Worldwide

North Hall, one of Antioch College’s three original buildings, has been awarded LEED Gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council(USGBC). Antioch College President Mark Roosevelt made the announcement on Monday, July 29.…

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Troubled Apartment Building in Evanston Makes Way for New Homes

Troubled Apartment Building in Evanston Makes Way for New Homes

A century old building in Evanston was demolished on Wednesday, July 17, to make way for new development and help revitalize the Cincinnati neighborhood. Hundreds of people were present at the event and cheered as machines belonging to the O'Rourke Wrecking Company brought down the mammoth building. Anzora Adkins, President…

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Hyatt Regency Cincinnati Completes $23M Renovation; $8.4M Holiday Inn Planned by Casino

Hyatt Regency Cincinnati Completes $23M Renovation; $8.4M Holiday Inn Planned by Casino

The Hyatt Regency Cincinnati announced last week the completion of renovations to its lobby and existing 486 guest rooms. At a cost of $23 million, the project also called for the addition of five new rooms, to bring the hotel’s total to 491 guest rooms.…

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Construction to Start This Month on University Station’s $54M First Phase

Construction to Start This Month on University Station’s $54M First Phase

Xavier University is getting ready to start work together with Messer Construction Co. and Ackermann Group on a long-delayed apartment and retail development at Montgomery Road and Cleneay Avenue, adjacent to the university’s campus.…

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