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  • Spruced-Up Stadium Gets Ready to Welcome Bearcats

    After spending the entire 2014 season at Paul Brown Stadium, the Bearcats are now getting ready to move back home.

    Cincinnati 09 June 2015 15:38
  • Next Role for 1929 UC Building: High-Tech Hub

    The University of Cincinnati’s Campus Services Building is about to get a makeover. On February 24, the university’s Board of Trustees approved $16 million in funding to renovate the old facility at 2900 Reading Road. It will be transformed into a hub of entrepreneurial innovation, a future home for startup companies born of UC-developed technologies.

    Cincinnati 27 February 2015 23:34
  • M-F Developers Advance Plans for Nearly 500 Units

    To new projects came to attention this month. Together, they will bring almost 500 units to the Greater Cincinnati area.

    Cincinnati 17 December 2014 23:17
  • UC Releases New Renderings for Nippert Stadium Renovation Project

    Bearcat fans rejoiced on Thursday, October 3, as the University of Cincinnati released new renderings and floor plans for the Nippert Stadium Renovation & Expansion project on Thursday, October 3. At a cost of $86 million, the privately funded project is scheduled to start construction in mid-December, this year. It is expected to be completed in August 2015.

    Cincinnati 08 October 2013 19:44
  • U Square @ the Loop Finally Open

    U Square @ the Loop, the largest local project besides The Banks to break ground since the recession, is finally finished. The $78 million development opened on Thursday, August 22. UC President Santa Ono, Vice Mayor Roxanne Qualls, CHCURC Director Matt Bourgeois, Uptown Consortium CEO Beth Robinson, Al. Neyer Executive Vice President Jim Neyer and many others were present at the ribbon cutting ceremony.

    Cincinnati 03 September 2013 04:23
  • University of Cincinnati’s Morgens Hall Open for Students Following $35M Renovation

    The University of Cincinnati recently announced it is preparing for another all-time record enrollment. The 194-year old university expects 43,000 students to attend classes this year and, in order to welcome them, it unveiled its $35 million renovation of Morgens Hall on August 15.

    Cincinnati 26 August 2013 04:47