Laura Brunner

  • Port Authority Receives $400,000 Grant from Duke Energy to Revitalize Cincinnati Neighborhoods

    Duke Energy, the largest electric power holding company in the United States, has recently awarded a $400,000 grant to the Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority, to help redevelop the Bond Hill, Roselawn and Queensgate areas. The money will be used to create development-ready sites that will ultimately bring new investment from industrial and logistics companies, as well as new life to the Cincinnati neighborhoods.

    Cincinnati 28 January 2014 05:11

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