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Old Posted Aug 18, 2012, 6:22 PM
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Construction Update

Streetcar utility relocation at Race and Findlay

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U-Square @ The Loop

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Smale Riverfront Park shade/swing trellis

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Mercer Commons





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Old Posted Aug 21, 2012, 1:54 AM
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Construction update from 3CDC for projects in Over-the-Rhine and Downtown.

http://3cdc.org/images/editor/July%2...y%20Report.pdf

It sounds like the renderings for the tower at 5th and Race may be finalized. I'll post them as soon as they're released.
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Old Posted Aug 21, 2012, 4:56 AM
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Group Health moves into new $27 million tower in Clifton
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Group Health Associates is celebrating the opening of their new $27 million medical office building in Clifton today. The eight-story tower is connected to Good Samaritan Hospital at Clifton Avenue and Dixmyth Avenue. The existing building, located approximately a half-mile down the street at the corner of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and Clifton Avenue, is scheduled to be imploded this September.
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Here's Cincinnati's new 228 page 10-year master plan. The plan includes form based codes, historic preservation, and planning of a city wide and regional transportation system.

http://www.plancincinnati.org/draft/Plan_Cincinnati.pdf
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Grandin Properties Expands into OTR
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O’Bryonville-based Grandin Properties has expanded its holdings into Over-the-Rhine with a mixed-use development at 1401 Elm Street across from the renovated and widely-acclaimed Washington Park. Hummel, as the development will be known, is Grandin’s first project in Over-the-Rhine and will join a portfolio of ”best of class apartments and commercial spaces in Greater Cincinnati’s best walkable and bikeable urban neighborhoods.”

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72-unit Euclid Square Apartments to support rejuvenation of Short Vine
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Corryville's newest apartment development, Euclid Square Apartments, officially opened this morning with a ceremony highlighting Uptown Rental Properties' recent work in the neighborhood.

Built in partnership with North American Properties, the development includes 72 studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom units in two newly-constructed buildings and one rehabilitated building on the block bounded by Euclid Avenue, E University Avenue, Van Street, and E Daniels Street.

The project joins several others completed or under construction near Short Vine, including Euclid Court, 2718-2726 Van Street, 17-23 E Daniels, and Vine Street Flats. So far, 425 new residents have been added through Uptown Rental Properties' new and rehabilitated buildings.

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Old Posted Aug 28, 2012, 5:28 PM
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Here's a city memo with updates on Streetcar construction. Sounds like Duke Energy is still holding things up.

http://city-egov.cincinnati-oh.gov/W...o%3D%272478%27
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DunnhumbyUSA's Fifth and Race project likely to start in October
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It looks like construction on 3CDC's mixed-use development at Fifth and Race streets won't be starting this month.

The Business Courier reported in June that construction of the project that will house DunnhumbyUSA's new corporate headquarters could begin as early as August. It now looks like construction will probably get under way in October, according to Anastasia Mileham, spokeswoman at Cincinnati Center City Development Corp.
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Wow. Can't believe I missed this, but the mixed use project on the Schiel School site has been renamed and is under construction.

The Views on Vine
102 Apartments
18,400 sq. ft. of retail space
$20 million project

Project Website: http://www.theviewsonvine.com/









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Foundation work starting for Mercer Commons:


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3CDC buys 3 downtown buildings for $10
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Three downtown Cincinnati buildings on Main Street have a new owner.

On Aug. 15, Cincinnati Center City Development Corp. affiliate CBD Holdings Inc. purchased the buildings at 308, 312, and 316 Main St. from Asset Ohio Fourth Street LLC for $10.
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“We’re just stabilizing and holding for future residential and potential street level commercial,” she said.
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Old Posted Sep 16, 2012, 3:37 PM
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What's on deck?
Ideas wanted for space above FWW
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The city of Cincinnati is launching a national design contest to “connect the blocks” between downtown and The Banks residential/retail district rising on the riverfront.
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Currently, the space between downtown and the riverfront is consumed by noisy Fort Washington Way, an eight-lane, 3/4-mile highway connecting Interstates 71 and 75. When the east-west highway was rebuilt in 2001, the city, Hamilton County and businesses combined to pay an extra $10 million for pilings that would allow decks to be built above the highway.

But until apartments, restaurants and other businesses began rising at The Banks, Maier said, there wasn’t a pressing reason to finish the job and build the decks.
Source: http://news.cincinnati.com/article/2...8/What-s-deck-
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These renderings of Phase 2 of the Banks have been going around. Not sure if they are legit or not though.


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City to move forward with utility relocation for streetcar project
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Cincinnati leaders announced a major step today in moving forward the construction schedule of the Cincinnati Streetcar, after a recent memo from City Manager Milton Dohoney conceded that the project had been delayed to summer 2015.

According to the August 28 memo, city officials had not been able to resolve negotiations with Duke Energy over utility replacement costs. A new legislative package, which is set to go before the Budget & Finance Committee on September 24, seeks to sidestep the negotiations and start the next phase of utility relocation work on the streetcar.
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City to lease Walnut Hills buildings for redevelopment
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Cincinnati City Council has approved a lease agreement with the Walnut Hills Redevelopment Foundation (WHRF) for several blighted buildings in the Peebles Corner Historic District.

The City will execute a 40-year lease for the buildings at 961-975 E McMillan Street – with rent waived and a $1 purchase option – in order to allow WHRF and project partner the Model Group to apply for state and federal historic tax credits for the rehabilitation of the properties as a mixed-use, market rate development.
Source: http://www.building-cincinnati.com/2...buildings.html


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Hopefully this is the first step to securing financing for the second phase.

Banks owners place apartments, retail up for sale
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The owners of the Banks development on Cincinnati’s central riverfront have put the project’s high-profile apartments and retail space up for sale.

The listed property is part of the $80 million first phase of a larger 15-acre mixed-use development that sits between Great American Ball Park and Paul Brown Stadium. It’s listed on CBRE Inc.’s website; no price is given.
Source: http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnat...ts-retail.html
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Lease agreement brings Eden Park microbrewery closer
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A microbrewery is closer to coming to Eden Park's historic pump station following a lease agreement approved last Wednesday by Cincinnati City Council.

Called Brewery X, the $5 million project by father and son Jack and Bryon Martin will transfer the 1894 building at 1430 Martin Drive into a production facility, tasting room, and beer garden. The project is expected to create 13 full-time jobs, and some of the beer produced will be sold to local restaurants.
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