Market Rate Housing - Cincinnati

  • 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.

    16 January 2018 17:56
  • Atlanta, Louisville Properties Trade for $74M

    Besyata Investment Group and The Scharf Group have purchased two assets totaling 1,033 units.

    23 March 2017 09:56
  • Cincinnati’s Gantry Apartments Earns LEED Silver

    Milhaus Development owns the 131-unit green community, which was recognized for its sustainable location and design.

    23 January 2017 22:09
  • Pillar Originates Fannie Mae Loan for Acquisition of Chesapeake Landing

    Chesapeake Landing was acquired with the help of $15.4 million in financing.

    24 May 2016 11:37
  • NorthMarq Arranges Multifamily Refi

    Cincinnati multifamily property receives $3 million refinancing through NorthMarq Capital.

    14 January 2016 03:41
  • 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
  • School to Make Way for Apartments

    An out-of-state developer plans to tear down a Northern Kentucky school and replace it with apartments.

    29 June 2015 04:35
  • The Banks’ Newest M-F Project Gets a Name

    The developers of The Banks have recently revealed the name of the second apartment building to be constructed at the mixed-use development. Radius, as the new complex is called, is part of the larger project’s second phase.

    17 June 2015 19:12
  • 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.

    25 April 2015 14:27
  • Independence M-F Community Commands Year’s Top Per-Unit Price in $13.8M Deal

    Another Cincinnati area apartment building has recently changed hands. On December 11, Marcus & Millichap announced the sale of the Independence Oaks Apartments, an apartment complex in Independence, Ky. Nicholas Andrews, Joel Dumes and Stan Falk, all of Marcus & Millichap’s Cincinnati office, represented both the buyer and the seller in the transaction.

    23 December 2014 11:42
  • Multifamily Developers Advance Plans for Nearly 500 Units

    Two new projects took major strides this month. Together, they will bring almost 500 units to the Greater Cincinnati area.

    17 December 2014 23:17
  • Gaslight Buys 150-Unit M-F Community in Clifton

    Gaslight Properties recently acquired an apartment community in Cincinnati’s Clifton neighborhood, near the city’s downtown. The local apartment rental company bought the The Overlook at Clifton from Providence, RI-based PBE Companies LLC.

    17 December 2014 22:18
  • M-F Development Thrives Across Cincinnati Region

    Multifamily development is on the rise in Cincinnati. Thanks to the improved employment growth, rising household incomes and strong apartment operations, many developers are building or looking to build apartments in the Cincinnati area.

    20 November 2014 15:48
  • URS Capital Partners Buys 228-Unit M-F Community in Fairfield

    On Tuesday, November 4, URS Capital Partners announced the acquisition of another apartment community. It is called Creekside Village and it is located in Cincinnati’s Fairfield submarket. URS Capital Partners did not disclose the price of the transaction.

    06 November 2014 17:38
  • U Square @ The Loop Takes NAA’s Best Student Housing Award

    At the start of May, the National Apartment Association (NAA) announced the 2014 PARAGON award winners. This annual awards program recognizes the multifamily housing industry’s top communities, executives, employees and affiliate programs. One important Cincinnati development was among this year’s winners.

    15 May 2014 02:25