Closing on The Approach at Summit Key to Monumental Project

  • August 2018
  Construction is moving forward on another piece of The Neighborhoods at Summit Park puzzle with the closing of The Approach at Summit. The Approach, a mixed-use section of The Neighborhoods at Summit Park development, will feature 290 luxury apartments above 40,000 SF of commercial space, as well as a two-level parking structure. Partners Al.

Al. Neyer’s Team Continues Growth

  • August 2018
As Al. Neyer continues to grow, it is important to recruit and promote talent that will help see us into our next phase of expansion. As such, we’re excited to announce the hiring of Stephanie Gaither as SVP and chief financial officer and the promotion of Matt Blankenship to executive vice president of design-build. Stephanie

Zagster Bike Share Program Hits the Road Near Summit Park

  • August 2018
People in Blue Ash have a new option to get around between the office and a fun lunch spot. The Greater Cincinnati community recently launched Zagster, a new bikeshare program. Al. Neyer and Vandercar are pleased to sponsor a station near The Neighborhoods at Summit Park. The bikeshare program, by Zagster, Inc., will have a

Nehemiah Gives Second Chance to Neighborhood, Employees

  • July 2018
A Cincinnati neighborhood is making a comeback, thanks in part to Nehemiah Manufacturing and the grand opening of a new 180,000 SF office and manufacturing facility that is putting more people to work. Nehemiah recently hosted a ribbon-cutting and celebration marking the opening of its new production space in Lower Price Hill. The site was

Crews Complete Finishing Touches on Al. Neyer’s First Development in TN

  • July 2018
  Anticipation builds as crews near completion of Mallory Green, a 5-story Class-A office space in Franklin, Tennessee. The speculative development, in partnership with New York Life Real Estate Investors, is Al. Neyer’s inaugural Tennessee project and promises an exciting debut for the company in the Greater Nashville area. The development, named Mallory Green as

Hennecke Breaks Ground in Western Pennsylvania

  • July 2018
Pittsburgh-area polyurethane manufacturer Hennecke, Inc. is preparing to grow its business thanks to a new manufacturing facility in South Fayette Township. Hennecke and Al. Neyer leaders recently broke ground on the 35,000 SF office and industrial project, which will allow the company to create material for vehicle parts. Al. Neyer was selected to develop and

Al. Neyer Announces Two Key Executive Leadership Positions

  • July 2018
July 10, 2018 (CINCINNATI, Ohio) – Al. Neyer has appointed Stephanie P. Gaither to the role of senior vice president and chief financial officer, and Matthew E. Blankenship to the role of executive vice president, design-build, in a move that supports growing the company’s pipeline and expanding into new markets. Gaither will head Al. Neyer’s

Big Co-Working Hub to Anchor Developer’s Debut Office Building

  • July 2018
From Adam Sichko at the Nashville Business Journal: A co-working company based in Amsterdam has signed a sizable lease for an office building that’s about to open in the suburban Cool Springs commercial hub south of Nashville. A spokeswoman for Spaces confirmed to the Nashville Business Journal that the company will open a 43,000-square-foot operation in the

German Firm Moving North American Headquarters to South Fayette Business Park

  • June 2018
From Tim Schooley at the Pittsburgh Business Times: Hennecke Polyurethane Technology, a German firm, will be moving its North America headquarters from Cecil Township to a new building to be developed for it in South Fayette. John Deklewa, president of RDC Design-Build Inc., announced that his firm has reached a deal to sell a parcel

Redevelopment of Showcase Cinemas Site is Building Interest in Erlanger

  • May 2018
From Melissa Reinert at  ERLANGER – An iconic “Coming Soon” sign no longer looms over Interstate 75.  Every remnant of the long-closed Erlanger Showcase Cinemas is gone. However, there’s been more activity on the vacant land in the last month than there has been in almost two decades. As the grounds are prepped for redevelopment, interest in