Posts made in September, 2016

Will the streetcar lift property values?

Will the streetcar lift property values?

By on Sep 8, 2016 in In the News

Downtown’s biggest beneficiary from the streetcar investment could be The Banks, the mixed-use riverfront development featuring apartments and dining, Dansby said. It more recently got its first retail store in Tervis and office tenant in General Electric Co., which could eventually employ 2,000 people Downtown. Still, Dansby expects downtown property owners to take a wait-and-see approach before making investing in the urban core. Better than expected ridership and revenue projections could convince some owners to cash in or increase their investments. “Clearly there are property investors who believe making a bet on the streetcar will pay off handsomely,” said Kathleen Norris, principal of Over-the-Rhine real estate consultancy Urban Fast Forward. “That’s what the transfer records show us.” Read the rest of this article at the Cincinnati Enquirer’s...

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EXCLUSIVE: Sports bar coming to Walnut Hills development

By on Sep 1, 2016 in In the News

A sports bar with a neighborhood feel is the latest tenant in the $9 million Trevarren Flats mixed-use development in Walnut Hills. Alex Spencer is opening Corner Social in a 1,700-square-foot storefront at 975 E. McMillan St. Spencer, a longtime resident of Walnut Hills, told me Corner Social is a concept he designing specifically for the neighborhood. (via the Cincinnati Business...

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