Operations - Cincinnati

  • CBRE Cincinnati’s Mike McMillan to Represent Proposed Technology Park in Oxford

    A proposed 74-acre technology park next to Miami University could transform Oxford into Ohio’s Silicon Valley. Or, as Ryan Howard, a character on the popular TV show The Office, called it, a Silicon Prairie. Recently, Mike McMillan, of CBRE Cincinnati’s Data Center Solutions Group, has been selected to represent this build-to-suit project, find tenants and help get it off the ground.

    25 March 2014 13:43
  • Eagle Realty Group Hires Cassidy Turley to Lease Queen City Square in Cincinnati

    Located in the heart of Cincinnati’s Central Business District, Queen City Square is the city’s premier business center, its newest and most prominent downtown development. It was constructed by Eagle Realty Group, a member of Western & Southern Financial Group, and now its owners have hired Cassidy Turley to find tenants for the remaining space in the $400 million complex.

    18 March 2014 15:34
  • $500M Middletown Energy Center to Be Top Gas Power Plant

    The city of Middletown, in Butler County, will be home to one of the most efficient natural gas-fired power plants in the United States. St. Augustine, Fla.-based NTE Energy announced last week its plans to develop, own and operate the power plant, which is expected to provide numerous benefits to the city, county and state economies. The massive project represents an investment of over $500 million.

    04 February 2014 06:36
  • $13M Project to Deliver 129 Apartments to Cincinnati’s Northside in 2015

    A new development will bring 129 apartments and 8,000 square feet of commercial space to Cincinnati’s historic Northside neighborhood in summer 2015. The project was announced a few months ago and now it finally has a name: the Gantry. According to Milhaus Development’s website, the Gantry is the first new construction project of its magnitude in the diverse Northside community.

    12 November 2013 06:53
  • Antioch College Continues Campus Revitalization

    Antioch College continues with its plans to renovate and improve its campus in Yellow Springs. The college plans to build a central geothermal plant that will significantly reduce power usage on campus.

    05 November 2013 06:14
  • U Square @ the Loop Finally Open

    U Square @ the Loop, the largest local project besides The Banks to break ground since the recession, is finally finished. The $78 million development opened on Thursday, August 22. UC President Santa Ono, Vice Mayor Roxanne Qualls, CHCURC Director Matt Bourgeois, Uptown Consortium CEO Beth Robinson, Al. Neyer Executive Vice President Jim Neyer and many others were present at the ribbon cutting ceremony.

    03 September 2013 04:23
  • University of Cincinnati’s Morgens Hall Open for Students Following $35M Renovation

    The University of Cincinnati recently announced it is preparing for another all-time record enrollment. The 194-year old university expects 43,000 students to attend classes this year and, in order to welcome them, it unveiled its $35 million renovation of Morgens Hall on August 15.

    26 August 2013 04:47
  • Antioch College’s North Hall Becomes One of Oldest LEED Gold Buildings Worldwide

    North Hall, one of Antioch College’s three original buildings, has been awarded LEED Gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council(USGBC). Antioch College President Mark Roosevelt made the announcement on Monday, July 29.

    06 August 2013 04:17
  • Balluff Breaks Ground on $6M Expansion Project in Independence, Adding 24 Jobs

    Balluff Inc., the U.S. subsidiary of Balluff GmbH, based in Neuhausen, Germany, started construction last week on a $6 million expansion of its U.S. headquarters in Northern Kentucky. Governor Steve Beshear joined local and company officials in the city of Independence on Thursday, April 11, for the project’s ground breaking ceremony.

    16 April 2013 02:41
  • 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 fire in April 2012.Rumpke will build one of the largest and most technologically advanced residential recycling systems in the country. It will be 85,000 square feet and capable of sorting 55 tons of material every hour, more than doubling the capabilities of the previous system.

    13 January 2013 06:23
  • Nature’s Fuel Considers $470M Facility in Northern Kentucky

    By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Nature’s Fuel Gallatin L.L.C. will build a $470 million biomass facility in Northern Kentucky. The Indiana-based company received preliminary approval for as much as $35 million in tax incentives from the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority. [...]

    07 November 2011 17:04