$35 million development bringing 150 jobs planned in western Hamilton County A national developer is planning a $35 million project on the west side of Hamilton County. Hillwood Development Co. LLC, a Perot company, plans to build a 535,000-square-foot industrial building in Harrison. The developer has about 36 acres of land under contract at Simonson […]
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Hybrid work is expected to be the new norm. Pulling it off successfully will come with challenges. Most companies have publicly committed to some version of a hybrid workplace in a post-pandemic world, after nearly two years of remote work that many employees have come to prefer over the office. Beyond the management complexities that’ll […]
Why it’s so hard for business owners to exit “and let go of their baby” An owner invests so much into their business financially and emotionally, it can be hard for them to leave. So, while almost 60% of business owners say they would exit today if their financial security were assured*, over 60% also say […]
Port approves financing for major West Side project The Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority approved an assistance package that will help the $17.6 million Warsaw Creative Campus in East Price Hill become a reality. The Port’s board agreed Wednesday to assume ownership of the 0.76-acre, seven-parcel site from 3108 to 3120 Warsaw Ave., which […]
Growing architecture firm moving headquarters to Findlay Market area A fast-growing architectural firm is moving its headquarters to the Findlay Market area of Over-the-Rhine. New Republic Architecture, a firm founded by Graham Kalbli in 2014 that is currently based in Pendleton, has signed a five-year lease for a 3,900-square-foot, street-level space at 1936 Race St. The firm […]
Sunshine Industries plots new home development in Middletown Katie Hagan, marketing director for Gilezan, said the patio homes will come in eight different floor plans within five different styles — dubbed Aspen, Holly, Cypress, Magnolia and Willow. Hagan said the plans range from 1,703 square feet to 3,502 square feet. Of the 53, 31 will have a […]
$41 million project by UC delayed to address community concerns A planned $41 million development near the University of Cincinnati has been delayed as the neighboring community and city staff voiced concerns about portions of the project. Cincinnati Planning Commission voted unanimously Friday morning to hold a proposed zone change for Hallmark Campus Communities’ planned Gateway Lofts […]
Developer notches legal victory in Millennium battle with Port A Cincinnati commercial real estate developer has won a summary judgment against the Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority for a $5 million development fee for its role in acquiring the Millennium Hotel for redevelopment. Hamilton County Common Pleas Judge Tom Heekin made a summary judgment Wednesday in […]
Dorothy Lane Market to enter Cincinnati market as anchor of $150M mixed-use development Dorothy Lane Market, the gourmet grocer that has become a Dayton institution, plans to open its first Greater Cincinnati location as part of a more than $150 million mixed-use project. Dorothy Lane Market, known by devotees as DLM, will anchor a to-be-named […]
What local experts have to say on the current office market in Louisville Trends in the Louisville office market have been the minds of commercial real estate professionals, business owners and CEOs since the pandemic changed the way some workplaces operate. And it was the topic of discussion for one of the panels at this […]