Over-The-Rhine

  • From Deserted to Dynamic: A Cincinnati Success Story

    Once considered one of the most dangerous places in the U.S., Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood has become a development and business magnet. Over the last decade, the area has attracted more than $1 billion in investment. Travis Likes, first vice president at CBRE Cincinnati, explains this remarkable metamorphosis.

    Cincinnati 30 August 2017 18:13
  • M-F Development Thrives Across Cincinnati Region

    Multifamily development is on the rise in Cincinnati. Thanks to the improved employment growth, rising household incomes and strong apartment operations, many developers are building or looking to build apartments in the Cincinnati area.

    Cincinnati 20 November 2014 15:48

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