Multifamily news in Development - Cincinnati

  • Dominium Completes Upgrades at Cincinnati Community

    The developer, which is also the previous owner of the property, partnered with National Housing Trust to remodel all 137 units as well as the common areas.

  • Milhaus Plans Cincinnati Property

    Poste is part of the 250 units the developer intends to start building in Walnut Hills this year. The company also announced a capital investment of $245 million for the development of Class A, market-rate properties across the country.

  • JV Breaks Ground on Upscale Dayton-Area Apartments

    Mills Development and Hills Properties began work on a 312-unit community adjacent to Cross Pointe Shopping Center in Centerville, Ohio. The project will be known as Allure Luxury Apartments.

  • Gardner Capital’s Plan for Senior Housing Advances

    A 50-unit affordable community in Roselawn wins state tax credits.

  • New JV Announces 101-Unit Senior Housing Community in Mason, Ohio

    CA Senior LLC has entered into a joint venture with an affiliate of Goldman Sachs to develop a senior housing community in the Cincinnati suburb of Mason.

  • 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.

  • 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

  • UD Details Student Housing Program

    The University of Dayton is investing $17 million to upgrade housing in its student neighborhoods. The program will be carried out over the next two years and will help UD accommodate the growing student population and the strong demand for university-owned housing.

  • Plans Advance for Office Project Near Oakley Station

    Cincinati could get another office building. One such project is currently being considered for a site along Interstate 71, near the 74-acre Oackley Station mixed-use development.

  • Developer Names Hotel Flag for Madisonville Project

    More details have come to light about the $124 million mixed-use development in Madisonville. RBM Development Company LLC, the project’s developer, has entered into an agreement with the Wyndham Hotel Group, to brand and manage a $60 million hotel planned at the site, under its Dolce Hotels and Resorts flag.

  • City Council Approves $126M Redevelopment

    Last week, the Cincinnati City Council unanimously approved a development agreement between the city and RBM Development, a company owned by Medpace Inc. founder and CEO Dr. August Troendle, that will result in a $126 million investment at the medical research company’s Madisonville campus.

  • Protests Sway Miami U. on Student Housing Site

    After considering feedback from students, alumnae and faculty members, Miami University has decided to change the location of a planned student housing project.

  • Public-Private Team Plans Tower for Cincinnati CBD

    More apartments are coming to downtown Cincinnati. According to documents filed with the Cincinnati Planning Commission this month, the city plans to join forces with the Cincinnati Center City Development Corp. and North American Properties to develop an apartment tower at Eighth and Sycamore streets, in the Central Business District.

  • Over-the-Rhine Mixed-Use Plan Moves Forward

    The Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation plans to start work this year on one of its largest projects yet in Over-the-Rhine. Called 15th & Race, the mixed-use development will bring both housing and retail along Race Street, between 15th and Liberty streets.

  • Mazak Completes $30M Project in Florence

    Last month, the Mazak Corporation, a machine tool manufacturer based in Japan, finished the renovation and expansion of its manufacturing facility in Northern Kentucky. The cost of the two-year project was $30 million.