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Wilmington College Breaks Ground on $8.4M Center for Sports Sciences

Wilmington College Breaks Ground on $8.4M Center for Sports Sciences

Wilmington College broke ground last week on its Center for Sports Sciences, at the site of the former Charlie Gilhart Soccer Field, in Wilmington. The Clinton County college said it will invest $8.4 million in the project and that its new facility will be ”like no other.”…

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Teespring Picks Hebron for $22M Production Facility

Teespring Picks Hebron for $22M Production Facility

Almost 300 new jobs are coming to northern Kentucky. Governor Steve Beshear recently announced that Teespring Inc., a San Francisco-based custom T-shirt manufacturer, plans to invest $22 million and open a new facility in Hebron.…

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M/I Homes, David Sehlhorst Plan Almost 300 New Homes

M/I Homes, David Sehlhorst Plan Almost 300 New Homes

More homes are coming to Cincinnati. Two developers plan to star work in the coming months on almost 300 new homes.…

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After $50M Renovation, Historic Bartlett Building is Reborn as a Renaissance Hotel

After $50M Renovation, Historic Bartlett Building is Reborn as a Renaissance Hotel

Renaissance Hotels celebrated the grand opening of the Renaissance Cincinnati Downtown Hotel at the end of August. This latest addition to the company’s portfolio brings 323 guest rooms to the area.…

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SpiceFire Plans January Move to Saengerhalle in Over-the-Rhine

SpiceFire Plans January Move to Saengerhalle in Over-the-Rhine

SpiceFire, a brand brand innovation consultancy firm, is looking to move its offices to a larger space. The company has selected the Over-the-Rhine area, where demand for office space continues to boom, as its new location.…

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AVANA Capital, Middletown Hotel Management Team on Hotel/Event Center in West Chester

AVANA Capital, Middletown Hotel Management Team on Hotel/Event Center in West Chester

West Chester is getting a new, modern hotel and event center. The project is called Center Park and is developed by Middletown Hotel Management, in partnership with AVANA Capital, a commercial real estate lending company based in Arizona.…

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TODAY’S DEALS: Security Properties Buys 388 Units in Mesa

TODAY’S DEALS: Security Properties Buys 388 Units in Mesa

Security Properties buys an Arizona community for the second time; HFF secures joint venture equity and financing for a Texas apartment portfolio; and Cohen Financial arranges $12.44 million in CMBS financing for multifamily properties in Cincinnati.…

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Company Expansions to Bring 450 New Jobs Clark, Butler Counties

Company Expansions to Bring 450 New Jobs Clark, Butler Counties

Southwest Ohio is about to get over 450 new jobs. Two companies have recently announced their plans to expand in the area.…

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Metro Cincinnati’s Fourth Homewood Suites by Hilton Opens In Mason

Metro Cincinnati’s Fourth Homewood Suites by Hilton Opens In Mason

Homewood Suites by Hilton has recently opened its newest hotel. Homewood Suites by Hilton Cincinnati Mason, OH is the fourth Homewood Suites by Hilton in the Greater Cincinnati area. It features 115 suites.…

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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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