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EXCLUSIVE: Growing firm to be first company in AeroHub Innovation District
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EXCLUSIVE: Growing firm to be first company in AeroHub Innovation District

A growing firm that provides structural vibration and acoustic sensing systems and services will be the first company to locate in Evendale's...

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Five things you need to know today and this train isn't slowing down
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Five things you need to know today and this train isn't slowing down

Good morning, Cincinnati! Here are the five most important things you need to know to start your busy business day: Cincinnati Children's slipped...

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EXCLUSIVE: Kroger rolls out Rush fast-delivery service in Cincinnati
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EXCLUSIVE: Kroger rolls out Rush fast-delivery service in Cincinnati

Kroger Co. has quietly launched a fast-delivery grocery service, testing it first in two Greater Cincinnati stores. Kroger Rush is a service that...

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Crane Watch: More than $2.8 billion in projects under construction in Greater Cincinnati
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Crane Watch: More than $2.8 billion in projects under construction in Greater Cincinnati

After a recent burst of development and construction announcements, especially in Newport, the Business Courier's Crane Watch map has been updated....

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EXCLUSIVE: Rookwood Pottery moves OTR store, opening new Greater Cincinnati location
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EXCLUSIVE: Rookwood Pottery moves OTR store, opening new Greater Cincinnati location

The Rookwood Pottery Co. has moved its Over-the-Rhine store and will open a location at a Greater Cincinnati shopping center as it works to attract...

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EXCLUSIVE: Soft pretzel bakery to close; OTR parking changes share blame
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EXCLUSIVE: Soft pretzel bakery to close; OTR parking changes share blame

A soft pretzel bakery in Over-the-Rhine will close its doors this month after five years of operation. Brezel, which opened in 2014 and is located...

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Poll results on the Port’s potential property tax are in
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Poll results on the Port’s potential property tax are in

A poll commissioned by the Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority shows that Hamilton County voters projected to cast ballots in the 2020...

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EXCLUSIVE: Sundance plans first Ohio store in Greater Cincinnati
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EXCLUSIVE: Sundance plans first Ohio store in Greater Cincinnati

A celebrity-founded boutique is planning to open its first Ohio store in Greater Cincinnati. Sundance Catalog Co., a Salt Lake City-based retailer...

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Vince Terry of Moody Nolan prefers projects that spur change
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Vince Terry of Moody Nolan prefers projects that spur change

This content is a supplement to the 2019 Largest Architectural Firms list. Vince Terry has spent his entire career in Cincinnati. After graduating...

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New bourbon festival to benefit NKY community fund
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New bourbon festival to benefit NKY community fund

A new festival showcasing the region's bourbon connection is now pairing with one of Northern Kentucky's most prominent philanthropic funds....

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Owners of popular OTR gift shop opening new concept nearby
News 6 days ago
Owners of popular OTR gift shop opening new concept nearby

The owners of a popular Over-the-Rhine gallery and gift boutique are opening a second store just steps away from the original with a new concept....

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$30 million mixed-use project to bring ‘catalytic development’ to College Hill
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$30 million mixed-use project to bring ‘catalytic development’ to College Hill

College Hill Station, a mixed-use development that will fill 7.5-acres of vacant land in the heart of College Hill, took another step forward...

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EXCLUSIVE: One of Cincinnati’s largest architecture firms launches workplace design studio
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EXCLUSIVE: One of Cincinnati’s largest architecture firms launches workplace design studio

One of Greater Cincinnati's largest architecture firms has announced a new studio to grow its workplace design practice in the region. Minneapolis...

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City set to approve development agreement for major College Hill project
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City set to approve development agreement for major College Hill project

Cincinnati City Council is expected to approve a property sale and development agreement on Wednesday to bring more than 200 new housing units to...

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Cincinnati furniture retailer expanding in Dayton region
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Cincinnati furniture retailer expanding in Dayton region

A Cincinnati-based furniture retailer will soon open its second store in the Dayton region. The project will bring new jobs and another retail...

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West Side shopping center sells for $15.25 million
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West Side shopping center sells for $15.25 million

A New York investment group has purchased a West Side shopping center for $15.25 million. United Properties Corp., an East Meadow-based private...

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City panel approves property transfer of Union Central Life Insurance Co. Building
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City panel approves property transfer of Union Central Life Insurance Co. Building

The Cincinnati Planning Commission voted unanimously Friday morning to recommend a property transfer that will make way for a major redevelopment...

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Emails: Tree fight pitted Western & Southern against park board, Lytle Park neighbors
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Emails: Tree fight pitted Western & Southern against park board, Lytle Park neighbors

It was a problem that reached the highest levels of Western & Southern's leadership. One that even drew the attention and time of CEO John Barrett,...

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City to sell Convention Place building for redevelopment
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City to sell Convention Place building for redevelopment

The Cincinnati Planning Commission voted unanimously Friday morning to sell a 95,000-square-foot building at Elm and Fifth streets next to the Duke...

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Cincinnati Business Courier
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Cincinnati Business Courier

Rarely has the federal government practiced social engineering without triggering a political backlash or predictions of Armageddon. Yet, somehow,...

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EXCLUSIVE: Driven by demand, Pendleton coffee shop moving to new digs
News 1 week ago
EXCLUSIVE: Driven by demand, Pendleton coffee shop moving to new digs

A Pendleton coffee shop that started life as a blue espresso Vespa is more than doubling its space in order to keep up with demand and expand its...

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Commissioners to vote on property transfer of iconic downtown skyscraper
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Commissioners to vote on property transfer of iconic downtown skyscraper

A project to convert one of the most recognizable office buildings in Greater Cincinnati into hundreds of apartments is moving forward. The...

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EXCLUSIVE: Carew Tower refills former Boi Na Braza space
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EXCLUSIVE: Carew Tower refills former Boi Na Braza space

Months after Boi Na Braza closed its downtown Cincinnati restaurant, Carew Tower has a new tenant that will fill the space. JP Morgan Chase & Co....

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EXCLUSIVE: Sugar n' Spice adding second location in iconic OTR space
News 2 weeks ago
EXCLUSIVE: Sugar n' Spice adding second location in iconic OTR space

Beloved Paddock Hills restaurant Sugar n' Spice is expanding to a second location with plans to open in an iconic Over-the-Rhine space later this...

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Demolition of Over-the-Rhine Kroger approved
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Demolition of Over-the-Rhine Kroger approved

The Kroger store at 1420 Vine St. in Over-the-Rhine can be demolished and turned in to a parking lot, the Cincinnati Historic Conservation Board...

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African-American architecture firm moves downtown Cincinnati headquarters
News 2 weeks ago
African-American architecture firm moves downtown Cincinnati headquarters

WA Architects Inc., formerly known as Wilson & Associates Architects, has moved its headquarters in downtown Cincinnati. The African-American-owned...

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First Financial invests $3M in economic development, minority businesses
News 2 weeks ago
First Financial invests $3M in economic development, minority businesses

First Financial Bancorp is investing $3 million in a community development organization, more than a third of which will benefit local real estate...

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Graeter's Inc. reopens flagship store with addition of play room
News 2 weeks ago
Graeter's Inc. reopens flagship store with addition of play room

Iconic Cincinnati ice cream maker Graeter's Inc. is reopening its flagship store in Anderson Township after a renovation that includes a new play...

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EXCLUSIVE: Nation’s largest engineering firm moving 400 high-paying jobs to Sharonville
News 2 weeks ago
EXCLUSIVE: Nation’s largest engineering firm moving 400 high-paying jobs to Sharonville

The largest engineering firm in the country is moving about 400 high-paying jobs to Sharonville. Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. (NYSE: JEC) has...

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Housing developers turn their attention to areas that appeal to cross generations
News 2 weeks ago
Housing developers turn their attention to areas that appeal to cross generations

So much of what happens in the land, brokerage, construction, and development business is about understanding market trends with a heavy focus on...

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