Voice of America Centre

  • NYC Investor Goes Shopping, Buys Retail in Crescent Springs

    Another Greater Cincinnati retail center has recently changed hands, proving once more that the area continues to be attractive to both local and out-of-town investors. The name of the property is Buttermilk Crossing. It is located in the Northern Kentucky city of Crescent Springs.

    Cincinnati 10 April 2015 22:26
  • MetLife Affiliate Buys West Chester Retail Center in $68.6M Deal

    Another popular shopping center in the Greater Cincinnati area has recently changed hands. The Voice of America Centre was purchased by subsidiaries of New Jersey-based MetLife Core Property Fund GP LLC, in one of the region’s largest commercial real estate transactions of the year.

    Cincinnati 08 November 2014 05:25

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