PatientPoint Relocates to Tower at Kenwood Collection

PatientPoint will join Kenwood Collection's office tenant roster in the Queen City.

By Anca Gagiuc, Associate Editor

Kenwood Collection
Kenwood Collection, aerial view

CincinnatiKenwood Collection, the $200 million mixed-use development along Interstate 71 in Cincinnati, has signed a long-term lease with a growing technology company.

PatientPoint will relocate its local offices to the Tower at The Kenwood Collection in the fall of 2016. The financial details of the transaction were not disclosed.

“We are extremely pleased to announce that PatientPoint will be moving to the Kenwood Collection later this year,” said Mark Wilhoite, vice president of development at Peco Real Estate Partners, the project’s developer. “PatientPoint joins an ever increasing exclusive Class A office lineup that includes leaders in finance, insurance, technology and healthcare. The Tower at the Kenwood Collection truly has become the premiere office destination property that it was envisioned to be.”

Kenwood Collection rendering
Kenwood Collection rendering

“PatientPoint is proud to be Cincinnati born and raised, so we’re thrilled to make further investments in the community by moving our office to The Kenwood Collection,” said Tom McGuinness, CEO, PatientPoint. “This relocation further positions our business for growth and will allow us to continue tapping into the strong workforce within our region.”

The Kenwood Collection encompasses 260,000 square feet of retail space on two levels and another 265,000 square feet of Class A office space in the eight-story Tower at the Kenwood Collection. Furthermore, the development is served by a 2,350-car parking garage and another 810 surface parking spaces.

The tower’s tenant roster includes Merrill Lynch, Unlimited Systems, The Hauser Group, New York Life Insurance Co., Assured Neace Lukens Insurance, Ameriprise Financial, PLK Communities, Bellwether Enterprise, Quotient Technologies, Partners Specialty Group, RoundTower Technologies and Oppenheimer & Co.

Images courtesy of The Kenwood Collection and Peco Real Estate Partners