Development - Cincinnati

  • Luxury Apartments Planned for Former Red Cross Building Site in Cincinnati

    A 17-story luxury residential tower will rise at Eighth and Sycamore in downtown Cincinnati.

    02 March 2016 08:41
  • $8M Gift to Help NKU Build New Health Innovation Center

    Saint Elizabeth Healthcare is lending a helping hand to Northern Kentucky University to build its new Health Innovation Center.

    11 September 2015 11:06
  • Downtown Cincinnati Hotel Goes Back to Its Roots

    The latest victim of the region’s high demand for apartments is a hotel located in the city’s downtown.

    09 September 2015 09:50
  • Growing Companies Hunt for Elbow Room

    By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Lately Greater Cincinnati has been proving its power to attract growing companies, which are moving into the region, expanding and thriving. Take Everything but the House, a fast-growing online auction firm, which the Cincinnati Business Courier reported is hunting for 18,000 square feet of space downtown. The planned move

    03 September 2015 15:03
  • Electronics Recycler Doubles Up

    One of Greater Cincinnati’s largest private companies is expanding in the region.

    28 August 2015 20:00
  • Christ Hospital Unveils Campus Centerpiece

    The Christ Hospital is holding a Community Open House this weekend to celebrate the grand opening of its new Joint & Spine Center in Mt. Ashburn.

    28 August 2015 19:26
  • High-End Apartments in Dayton’s Pipeline

    Daytonians are about to get more apartments, thanks to a local development firm which plans to build a massive new residential project near Cornerstone of Centerville.

    14 August 2015 17:22
  • Bengals & Fans Celebrate Home Improvements

    Good news Bengals fans! With the more than $20 million Paul Brown Stadium renovation project now complete, the Cincinnati Bengals plan to show off the improvements to their home at tonight’s preseason opener against the New York Giants.

    14 August 2015 17:04
  • Rejuvenation in Store for Senior Community

    Maple Knoll VillageOne of Greater Cincinnati’s largest retirement communities is looking to embark on a $10 million renovation project.

    12 August 2015 22:25
  • Kroger Flexes Muscles at Oakley Station

    By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor A Kroger that is on track to open next month will hold the distinction of being the grocery chain’s largest store yet in Cincinnati. At 150,000 square feet, it will also rank as Ohio’s second-largest Kroger. The Cincinnati Enquirer reported that the new store is scheduled to open Sept. 10 [...]

    10 August 2015 21:23
  • New Maisons Ready to Rise in Mason

    Greater Cincinnati is getting a new residential community. Developers finally broke ground this month on a long-planned development designed to bring more than 200 homes to the city of Mason.

    30 July 2015 21:23
  • Healthcare Projects Spring Forward

    Just days after Dayton Children’s Hospital announced its intention to start work on a $47.5 million expansion of its Springboro Outpatient Care Center and Urgent Care, the Kettering Health Network has also revealed more information about its plans to build a new, $9 million medical building in the city. It will be located just down the road from Dayton Children’s project.

    15 July 2015 03:29
  • Dayton Children’s Hospital Grows in Springboro

    By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor On Tuesday, July 7, Dayton Children’s Hospital announced plans for a $47.5 million expansion of its Springboro Outpatient Care Center and Urgent Care. Dayton Children’s will build a 115,100-square-foot ambulatory destination center on the 11-acre Springboro campus. It will consist of a medical office building for pediatric specialists and primary care physicians, [...]

    09 July 2015 17:38
  • Healthcare Network Grows in Butler County

    Christ Hospital Medical Center - Liberty Township sitehe Christ Hospital Health Network continues with its mission to improve the health of the Greater Cincinnati community. On Tuesday, July 7, the hospital announced that it will build a new medical center in the fast growing Butler County community of Liberty Township.

    08 July 2015 17:03
  • Seniors Housing Project Awaits Green Light

    Cincinnati is getting a new apartment building for low-income seniors. The development will be located on the city’s Northside.

    01 July 2015 14:37