Northern Lights Entertainment District

  • Rolling Hills Hospitality to Develop 120-Key Hotel at Sharonville Convention Center

    At the end of May, the City of Sharonville has signed a deal with Fort Mitchell-based Rolling Hills Hospitality Group to construct a first class hotel at the Sharonville Convention Center, the region’s only Silver LEED Certified, sustainable event facility. The project will cost $14 million. It is part of the transformation of the city’s Northern Lights Entertainment District and is expected to provide a boost to the local economy by attracting more conventions and trade shows.

    Cincinnati 12 June 2014 21:33

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