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Intelligrated Celebrates Grand Opening of Corporate HQs Expansion in Mason

Intelligrated Celebrates Grand Opening of Corporate HQs Expansion in Mason

Intelligrated Inc., a leading North American-based, single-point provider of automated material handling solutions, held a ceremony on January 9 to celebrate the grand opening of its $10 million expansion that nearly doubled its headquarters in Mason, Ohio. Company CEO Chris Cole, City of Mason Mayor David Nichols, and Southwest Ohio…

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Rumpke Invests $32M to Rebuild Former St. Bernard Recycling Center

Rumpke Invests $32M to Rebuild Former St. Bernard Recycling Center

Rumpke Consolidated Companies, Inc., one of the nation’s largest privately owned residential and commercial waste and recycling firms, has announced on January 10 it plans to invest $32 million to build a recycling center in St. Bernard, Ohio. The new center will replace the former recycling facility destroyed by a…

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Two Downtown Cincinnati Office Buildings Auctioned Off for $3.5M

Two Downtown Cincinnati Office Buildings Auctioned Off for $3.5M

Two downtown Cincinnati Class A office properties were sold at auction on December 11 according to the Hamilton County Auditor’s website. The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that Neyer Properties was the buyer. The two properties are part of the three-building Centennial Plaza office complex, on Central Avenue. Dan Neyer, president of Neyer…

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Two Dayton Hospitals Start Expansion Projects

Two Dayton Hospitals Start Expansion Projects

The health care industry continues to be an important economic player in the Dayton area. Two hospitals in the region have recently announced plans to expand…

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Full House Resorts Starts Hotel Construction at Rising Star Casino Resort

Full House Resorts Starts Hotel Construction at Rising Star Casino Resort

Full House Resorts (NYSE MKT: FLL), an owner, developer and manager of gaming facilities, has announced last week that Rising Sun/Ohio County First, Inc. (RSOCF) and the Rising Sun Regional Foundation, Inc. (RSRF) have started work on a new 104-room hotel at its Rising Star Casino Resort in Rising Sun,…

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$42M L’Oreal Expansion to Add More Than 200 Jobs in Northern Kentucky

$42M L’Oreal Expansion to Add More Than 200 Jobs in Northern Kentucky

L'Oreal USA, a wholly owned subsidiary of L'Oreal SA, the world's leading beauty company, will expand its 560,000-square-foot facility in Florence, Ky.…

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Gateway Unveils Plans for $80M Urban Campus in Covington

Gateway Unveils Plans for $80M Urban Campus in Covington

Gateway Community and Technical College last week released the details of the master plan for its urban campus in downtown Covington.…

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CyrusOne Buys Downtown Cincinnati Building; Flaherty & Collins Snaps Up Oakley Site

CyrusOne Buys Downtown Cincinnati Building; Flaherty & Collins Snaps Up Oakley Site

CyrusOne Inc., the wholly owned subsidiary that owns and operates Cincinnati Bell Inc.’s data center business, has acquired its parent company’s downtown Cincinnati building.…

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$25M Project to Transform Covington City Hall into Hotel Convington

$25M Project to Transform Covington City Hall into Hotel Convington

Milwaukee-based Aparium Hotel has recently formed a partnership with the Salyers Group and the city of Covington to develop and manage The Hotel Covington, a luxury boutique hotel in downtown Covington.…

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Entertainment Complex Planned for Purple People Bridge

Entertainment Complex Planned for Purple People Bridge

The Purple People Bridge may take on a very new look in the coming years--if a study shows it can support the hotel, retail and entertainment project envisioned for it.…

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Hayneedle Expands Distribution Center in Monroe

Hayneedle Expands Distribution Center in Monroe

Hayneedle, the Omaha-based online retailer of home goods, announced last week it has expanded its distribution and fulfillment center in Monroe.…

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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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