Development

Downtown Cincinnati Continues to See Annual Population, Tourism Gains

Downtown continued to see gains in commercial and tourism activity, but residential increases have plateaued as compared to previous years. With hundreds of new residential units under construction, it appears that it may only be a temporary lull.

Townhomes Removed from Development Plan for The Banks

With the new agreement between Hamilton County and the Bengals, the next phase of The Banks will get started. The hotel, office tower and oft-forgotten townhomes at phase one are another issue.

Construction to Start on $29M South Hamilton Crossing Project This March

Hamilton officials have secured the remaining pieces of funding to finally move forward with a transportation project that has been envisioned more more than a century.

Future looks bright for 152 residents at Cincinnati’s historic Anna Louise Inn

Officials at the Anna Louise Inn in downtown Cincinnati are gearing up for a $12.4 million renovation that will create better affordable housing conditions for its women residents after securing the top ranking for a competitive grant overseen by the Ohio Housing Finance Agency.

Moerlein Lager House takes shape at $120M Phyllis W. Smale Riverfront Park

The exterior shape of the new Moerlein Lager House in now in place, and interior design elements are now being unveiled. One of those elements is a dramatic mural that will greet customers as they enter the 14,000-square-foot brewpub along the Ohio River.