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Old Posted Sep 28, 2016, 1:10 AM
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$70M redevelopment planned for historic downtown Cincinnati office building

Source: http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnat...-historic.html

Wow, thats a beautiful building, has the restoration started yet?
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Old Posted Sep 30, 2016, 1:44 AM
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Wow, thats a beautiful building, has the restoration started yet?
I don't believe so but I could be wrong. I'll have to walk by and check it out.
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Old Posted Oct 10, 2016, 5:13 AM
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Anderson Birkla to redevelop building along Cincinnati streetcar line
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Birkla envisions the office building being converted to apartments and the parking lot being developed to feature a parking garage and with an apartment tower on top.
Source: http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnat...ing-along.html

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Old Posted Nov 3, 2016, 3:01 AM
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4 townhomes on Oregon Street in Mt. Adams:


Source: https://www.facebook.com/events/353739814962682/

Historic building at 7th and Race will be coverted into an 84 room hotel:


Source: http://city-egov.cincinnati-oh.gov/W...27201601447%27
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Old Posted Dec 24, 2016, 3:18 AM
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Skyhouse Cincinnati is dead, but it appears this could rise in its place. This has not been officially announced, but it has just been added to the architect's website.


Source: http://www.senhauserarchitects.com/oneriverplaza.html
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Old Posted Jan 6, 2017, 2:38 AM
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High-end condos coming to downtown Cincinnati
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An Indianapolis development company is working to convert a downtown Cincinnati office building into residential condominiums.
Source: http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnat...-downtown.html


Downtown Cincinnati office building to become hotel
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A Tennessee-based hotel company purchased a downtown Cincinnati office building with plans to convert it into a hotel.
Source: http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnat...ilding-to.html
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FC Cincinnati pins down two stadium sites, hires architect, report says

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FC Cincinnati has focused its stadium search on two sites and has started working with an architect, according to a published report.

The year-old professional soccer franchise is targeting two stadium locations between the University of Cincinnati and the Ohio River, according to an in-depth Sports Illustrated analysis of Cincinnati published last week as part of a batch of analyses on each of the 12 markets competing for four Major League Soccer expansion franchises.

The SI.com report didn't go into specifics about any sites, but it said FC Cincinnati president and general manager Jeff Berding said the team has MEIS architects working on a new stadium design. MEIS, with offices in New York and Los Angeles, designed MLS facility StubHub Center in Los Angeles as well as other MLS stadiums. The firm also did design work for renovations at Paul Brown Stadium, home of the Cincinnati Bengals, where Berding worked for 20 years before launching FC Cincinnati a year and a half ago.

“Berding said FCC has zeroed in on two potential stadium sites, both of which are in the city’s urban core that stretches (between) the river, downtown, Over-the-Rhine and UC,” Brian Straus, who covers soccer, wrote on SI.com.
Source: http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnat...tes-hires.html
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22 units proposed at 1218 Race in Over-the-Rhine:


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FC Cincinnati released renderings for both the West End and Newport. A definite site has not been chosen.




Source: http://www.cincinnati.com/story/spor...ign/102795934/
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Skyhouse Cincinnati appears to still be alive

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ORDINANCE (EMERGENCY) submitted by Harry Black, City Manager, on 6/26/2017, authorizing the City Manager to execute a Development Agreement with SkyHouse Cincinnati, LLC or another affiliate of the national real estate developer known as Novare Group, pertaining to the development and construction at 601 E. Pete Rose Way in downtown Cincinnati of a mixed-use project containing approximately 352 residential units and an approximately 504- space parking facility, and providing for City assistance to the project in the form of a rebate of a portion of the service payments in lieu of taxes imposed in connection with a 30-year tax exemption for improvements to the property pursuant to Ohio Revised Code Section 5709.41, the amount of which rebate will be performance-based.

And third phase of the Banks will begin in 2018:

Carter plans to start $85 million 3rd phase of the Banks in early 2018
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Phase 3 is being designed with about 20,000 square feet of street-level retail, four floors of parking dedicated to residents, and topped with 300 apartments. He said the design would be similar to Radius, but a little bit taller because of the additional levels of parking.
Source: http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnat...llion-3rd.html
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alternative idea for Cincy FC
tweeted it to Dan Gilbert (but not expecting a response)
they want to relocate the bus terminal anyway, right? Im just not sure the existing garage would structurally allow for the weight on top, even if the necessary expansion of the garage were stronger.

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a lot of deadlinked photos. i'd like to see more cincinnati!
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Gigantic $600 million Children's Hospital expansion is underway.


Road relocation:






The new 11-story tower will occupy the center of this photo:


Next door:


Unfortunately, they have torn down many old homes and multifamilies for this project:




Suspension Bridge was severely damaged by speeding driver, closed until June:


Downtown Macy's closed in March:






Walnut Hills:








New microbrewery:
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Old Posted Apr 26, 2018, 4:21 AM
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New apartments in Mt. Auburn:


Union Terminal under renovations:


Deaconess Hospital has been closed after a 100-year run and will be converted to UC student housing:


New UC student apartments:


Row home renovation on W. Clifton:


New paint job:


Gut rehab:


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New downtown grocery and 20-floor apartment tower:




New condos:


New infill office:


New construction condos:






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Gut rehab:


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Gut rehab:


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300 apartments for Walnut Hills in place of the old Anthem office:
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Love Cincy!

Too bad about the downtown Macy's though. Was that the last dept store downtown?
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Love Cincy!

Too bad about the downtown Macy's though. Was that the last dept store downtown?
Yes. There is still a Sak's Fifth Ave. but there is virtually zero other shopping remaining in the CBD.

There were four department stores downtown when I was a kid. Three of them closed in the 1990s. Lazarus moved from its historic building (formerly called Shillito's) to a new building in 1997, then was rebranded as Macy's in the mid-2000s.

The old Shillito's building was converted to apartments in the late 1990s. The former McAlpin's closed in 1996, sat empty for more than 10 years, and was converted to condos around 2012.

The old Pogue's store was demolished around 1990 and turned into Tower Place Mall. The mall closed around 2012 and is now...a parking garage.
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Drone photos by my friend Travis from early 2018...

Over-the-Rhine:








New downtown grocery store + 20-floor apartment tower:




Site of new major league soccer stadium:


Rooftop bar at Rhinegeist Brewery:


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