Developers Reveal Name Of Apartment Tower

  • December 2014
Tom Demeropolis Cincinnati Business Courier “NorthPointe Group and North American Properties today revealed the name of their planned $23 million downtown Cincinnati apartment tower: Seven at Broadway. The 111-unit luxury apartment building is being constructed above the Seventh and Broadway Garage, located at the southwest corner of Seventh and Broadway streets. Downtown-based real estate developer and design-build

Construction Starts on Seven at Broadway Project

  • December 2014
Bowdeya Tweh Cincinnati Enquirer “The Seven at Broadway is the new name for the seven-story, 111-apartment tower now under construction on top of a Downtown Cincinnati parking garage. Officials from development partners NorthPointe Group and North American Properties and the city of Cincinnati proudly unveiled the project’s name at a press conference Tuesday. Al. Neyer

Central Business District’s “Seven at Broadway” Apartment Plan Unveiled

  • December 2014
Kyla Woods Cincinnati Enquirer “Creative not only in name, but in design as well, the brand new seven-story apartment building named “Seven at Broadway” will feature one- and two-bedroom floor plans with high-end finishes and a view of downtown Cincinnati that’s hard to compare. Not only that, the building will sit on top of the

Office Space Coming To Oakley Station

  • December 2014
“Two new office buildings are planned to be built at the Oakley Station mixed-use project in Cincinnati. Al. Neyer and Vandercar Holdings are co-developing up to 400,000 square feet of space at the Offices of Oakley Station as part of the 74-acre retail and residential development east of Interstate 71 and Ridge Road. The buildings would

We're Hiring: Construction Project Manager Wanted

  • December 2014
You say ‘control freak’ like it’s a bad thing  Wanted:  Design-Build Construction Project Managers Who Take Charge  You know how to get things done – why are you being second-guessed or under supported?  Consider leading multimillion-dollar commercial real estate projects for Al. Neyer, LLC, a prominent design-build and real estate development firm based in the

Queen City Barrel Site Ready For Redevelopment

  • December 2014
  “After more than nine years and $9 million spent on extensive cleanup, the former Queen City Barrel site in Lower Price Hill is nearly ready to market for light industrial redevelopment. The 18-acre site is now called MetroWest Commerce Park, remarkable for the cleanup required after a spectacular fire in August 2004 destroyed the

Oakley Station To Add 400,000 Square Feet Of Office Space

  • December 2014
Tom Demeropolis Cincinnati Business Courier “Vandercar Holdings Inc., the developer of Oakley Station, is partnering with Al Neyer to bring up to 400,000 square feet of class A office space to the Oakley mixed-use development. Rob Smyjunas, CEO of Vandercar Holdings, said he plans to start construction on the office portion of the development soon.

Al. Neyer, City of Cincinnati Bringing Business to Lower Price Hill

  • December 2014
Chris Wetterich Cincinnati Business Courier “The city of Cincinnati is ready to begin marketing an 18-acre former brownfield site in Lower Price Hill to potential manufacturers, and it is working with the Resurgence Group LLC, Al Neyer LLC and Colliers to land companies to locate there. The city has signed a development agreement with Resurgence,

Sterling Cut Glass Hires Al. Neyer For New HQ

  • December 2014
Tom Demeropolis Cincinnati Business Courier “Sterling Cut Glass, which provides monogrammed glassware, crystal, corporate gifts and recognition awards, has a contract to purchase six acres of land from Corporex in Circleport Business Park, where it will build a 56,000-square-foot facility. The new building, to be built by Al Neyer, will house Sterling’s corporate office, production and warehouse. This

Unlikely Investors Succeed In Real Estate Deal

  • December 2014
Albert Smitherman is shaking up the local commercial real estate investment business – testing the power of grass-roots community influence to create wealth. He helped organize a group of 43 investors – many of them black, female, middle-income or complete novices to real estate investing – to participate in a deal that led to a