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Duke Realty Taps JLL to Lease Cincinnati-Area Portfolio

Duke Realty Taps JLL to Lease Cincinnati-Area Portfolio

Duke Realty Corp. has selected a new leasing team for its Cincinnati-area office portfolio. The Indianapolis-based real estate investment trust has hired Jones Lang LaSalle to find new tenants for all of its 19 buildings in the region.…

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Maysville Retail Property Draws International Bidders

Maysville Retail Property Draws International Bidders

Demand for retail assets in the Greater Cincinnati area is on the rise. And numerous buyers, national and international, are right now rushing to buy both single- and multi-tenant properties in the region. Most recently, a foreign investor has acquired the Maysville Shopping Center in Maysville, Kentucky.…

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Continental Seeks Rezoning to Develop M-F Project in Liberty Towship

Continental Seeks Rezoning to Develop M-F Project in Liberty Towship

Developers are getting ready to start work on another multifamily development in the Cincinnati area. The project calls for the construction of a 288-unit apartment complex in Liberty Office Park.…

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P&G Distribution Center in Union Nears Opening

P&G Distribution Center in Union Nears Opening

Procter & Gamble is getting ready to open its massive, new distribution center in Union’s Global Logistics Airpark. The $89 million project is bringing 800 new jobs to the Dayton area.…

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Assurex Stays in Mason, Plans 60 KSF HQ

Assurex Stays in Mason, Plans 60 KSF HQ

Assurex Health announced last Thursday that it will remain in Ohio, despite offers from five other states. The precision medicine company will build a new headquarters and clinical laboratory in Mason.…

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Schneider Plans High-End Project in Madisonville

Schneider Plans High-End Project in Madisonville

In its National Apartment Market Report for 2015, Marcus & Millichap said that household creation in Cincinnati will accelerate this year, as some of the metro’s Fortune 500 companies expand, thus creating demand for rental housing. One new project has already been announced.…

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UD, Concord Hospitality Buy Dayton Marriott

UD, Concord Hospitality Buy Dayton Marriott

Last month, the University of Dayton announced that, together with Raleigh, N.C.-based Concord Hospitality, it has acquired the Dayton Marriott Hotel at the western gateway of its campus. The purchase price was $18.5 million. UD and Concord will jointly own the property.…

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Fuyao To Put $130M More in New Moraine Plant

Fuyao To Put $130M More in New Moraine Plant

Fuyao Glass America Inc. plans to invest even more money in Ohio and add even more jobs. The company recently announced it has selected Moraine for its North American after-market automotive glass manufacturing. At the moment, all of Fuyao’s after-market glass production is located in China.…

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St. Elizabeth Plans 75 KSF Medical Office Building

St. Elizabeth Plans 75 KSF Medical Office Building

Elizabeth Healthcare and St. Elizabeth Physicians announced last month their plan to open a new medical office building in Greendale, Indiana. The facility will be a multi-specialty center as well as an expanded primary care office for SEP’s Hidden Valley physicians.…

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Gaslight Properties Plans Upscale $17M M-F Project in Clifton

Gaslight Properties Plans Upscale $17M M-F Project in Clifton

Gaslight Properties is keeping busy in Clifton. At the start of last month, the company purchased the 151-unit Overlook at Clifton, but that was not all. Just days after the acquisition, it was revealed that Gaslight plans to construct a new upscale apartment community in the area.…

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Cincinnati Launches CoreFour Program to Boost Housing Development

Cincinnati Launches CoreFour Program to Boost Housing Development

The city of Cincinnati is attempting to boost housing in eight of its neighborhoods. Last week, it launched a new pilot program that will help any developer working on homeownership and rental projects.…

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Independence M-F Community Commands Year’s Top Per-Unit Price in $13.8M Deal

Independence M-F Community Commands Year’s Top Per-Unit Price in $13.8M Deal

Another Cincinnati area apartment building has recently changed hands. On December 11, Marcus & Millichap announced the sale of the Independence Oaks Apartments, an apartment complex in Independence, Ky. Nicholas Andrews, Joel Dumes and Stan Falk, all of Marcus & Millichap’s Cincinnati office, represented both the buyer and the seller…

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