Luxury Housing - Cincinnati

  • Middletown OKs 216-Unit Apartment Project

    At the start of the year, a Kentucky-based developer announced its plans to develop a 216-unit luxury apartment complex in the city of Middletown. Now, the project has taken an important step forward.

    22 February 2015 03:44
  • 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.

    20 January 2015 15:37
  • Artspace Hamilton Lofts Signs 3 Retail Tenants

    Artspace Hamilton Lofts is a $11.8 million mixed-use project, currently under development in downtown Hamilton. It is scheduled to open next spring. Recently, its developers announced the signing of three tenants for the retail portion of the project.

    06 December 2014 20:04
  • Capital Investment Breaks Ground on $80M Project in Newport

    Cincinnati-based Capital Investment Group Inc. broke ground last week on the $80 million expansion of Newport on the Levee. Called Aqua on the Levee, it will bring apartments, retail, parking spaces and the region’s first Aloft hotel.

    21 November 2014 22:28
  • $33.5M Water Street Project Expected to Start Construction in December

    Water Street, one of the largest development projects in downtown Dayton in years, is getting ready to break ground. The Dayton City Commission has approved last week a development agreement with the project’s developer, Water Street Redevelopment LLC, a joint venture between Dublin-based Crawford Hoying Development and Dayton-based Woodard Real Estate Resources.

    02 December 2013 16:19
  • New Homes Coming to Corryville

    By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor The Corryville Community Development Corp. (CCDC) was formed when the University of Cincinnati teamed with the Corryville Community Council and the Short Vine Business District. Its purpose: to develop the Village at Stetson Square, an $80 million community that opened in 2006 in Corryville. Now developers are getting ready to start [...]

    06 May 2012 04:38