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Building Upwards – Al. Neyer And CEO Molly North Are Transforming The Landscape Of The Tristate.

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Friday December 2, 2016

Building Upwards – Al. Neyer And CEO Molly North Are Transforming The Landscape Of The Tristate.

Corinne Minard

Cincy Magazine

“Lately, it seems that all we do is talk about how Cincinnati and the Tristate are changing. With new businesses around every corner and a streetcar to take us there, walking around downtown often feels like walking through an entirely different city. The region is changing—literally. And Al. Neyer, the commercial development company first founded in Cincinnati in 1894, and Molly North, its first female CEO, are at the heart of it.

Just like Cincinnati’s renaissance, Al. Neyer’s growth and North’s ascendency within the company were years in the making.

…“Developers have a reputation for being opportunistic in a way that they can make the most money. They’ve earned a reputation, bad and good, for being maybe self-focused. This company clearly had a purpose. And it had a purpose to be part of something that was bigger than itself. It wasn’t being a real estate lender that led me to wanting to do commercial development it was this company…”

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