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Ground Broken on Cinemark Theater at Oakley Station

Ground Broken on Cinemark Theater at Oakley Station

Construction crews recently broke ground on a new 14-screen Cinemark movie theater at Oakley Station, one of Cincinnati’s largest, new mixed-use developments.…

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Downtown Office Complex to Hit the Auction Block This Month

Downtown Office Complex to Hit the Auction Block This Month

Two downtown Cincinnati office buildings are going on the auction block this month.…

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Developers Plan 450 Apartments in West Chester

Developers Plan 450 Apartments in West Chester

With vacancies dropping and rents growing, apartment construction is on the rise in the Cincinnati Metro Area, and Marcus & Millichap predicts that by year-end the stock will have increased by 1.1 percent as developers finish 1,000 apartments.…

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Eagle Hospitality Looks to Sell Hotel Portfolio, Including 3 in Cincinnati

Eagle Hospitality Looks to Sell Hotel Portfolio, Including 3 in Cincinnati

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Eagle Hospitality Properties Trust is putting three Greater Cincinnati hotels up for sale. The hotels are part of a larger portfolio of 13 properties for which the company recently reached an agreement with its secured lender, the Blackstone Group, allowing it to sell them off…

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Connor Group Breaks Ground on Award-Winning HQ

Connor Group Breaks Ground on Award-Winning HQ

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor The Connor Group, a real estate investment firm that deals exclusively in luxury apartments, has started work on its new state-of-the-art headquarters at Dayton-Wright Brothers Airport in Miami Township. Public and company officials attended the groundbreaking ceremony, held on Sept. 13. The new headquarters will…

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Ground Broken on $10M Affordable Housing Project

Ground Broken on $10M Affordable Housing Project

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Cincinnati is growing, with investments being made, thousands of jobs being created, the unemployment rate going down and the population growing. And with confidence in the housing market still low, especially in the suburbs, apartment operators are very, very happy these days. Marcus & Millichap…

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Neyer Properties Adds Sharonville Office Buildings to Portfolio

Neyer Properties Adds Sharonville Office Buildings to Portfolio

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Neyer Properties recently acquired One and Two Crowne Point in Sharonville, as part of its plan to increase its real estate holdings. The Evanston-based real estate development company has been working on closing the deal for some time now. According to the Hamilton County auditor’s…

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Talbert House to Build 39-Unit Affordable Housing Development in East Price Hill

Talbert House to Build 39-Unit Affordable Housing Development in East Price Hill

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Talbert House started work on Aug. 9 on the Talbert House Grand Development Initiative, a complete renovation of an apartment building in East Price Hill that will provide affordable housing for people who want to live in a drug- and alcohol-free environment. More than 50…

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Construction Projects to Create 170 New Jobs

Construction Projects to Create 170 New Jobs

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor At the beginning of the year, Rough Brothers Inc., a greenhouse design and manufacturing firm, started looking for new space to relocate its headquarters from Vine Street, in St. Bernard, and expand its operations. The search is now over. The company recently agreed to purchase…

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New Owner Plans to Resume Work on Kenwood Towne Place

New Owner Plans to Resume Work on Kenwood Towne Place

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Phillips Edison Strategic Investment Fund II L.L.C. recently announced it has agreed to buy Kenwood Towne Place from a lending group led by Bank of America. The deal represents the third acquisition for Strategic Investment Fund II. Phillips Edison established the fund to focus on…

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White Castle to Build Plant in Vandalia; Cengage Renews Lease in Northern Kentucky

White Castle to Build Plant in Vandalia; Cengage Renews Lease in Northern Kentucky

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Columbus-based White Castle broke ground last week on a new food processing plant in Vandalia, near the Dayton International Airport. Gov. John Kasich, White Castle CEO E. W. “Bill” Ingram III and Vandalia city officials attended the groundbreaking ceremony. The new 75,000-square-foot plant will be…

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Launch Planned for $65M Miamisburg Business Park

Launch Planned for  $65M Miamisburg Business Park

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor According to a recent report from Cassidy Turley, the office vacancy rate in the Dayton area dropped from 27.8% at the end of 2011 to 26.1% in the first half of 2012. While the improvement from quarter to quarter is relatively modest, the trend is…

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