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August 2021

Demolition of Former County Building Begins, Will Become Apartments, Retail

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Thursday August 12, 2021

Demolition of Former County Building Begins, Will Become Apartments, Retail

The Hayden at Roebling Point is officially in motion as our team begins demolition. Working with Urban Sites, the 10-story former county administration building and jail will be transformed into a 12-story adaptive reuse project featuring 133 residential units and 6,400 SF of retail space. A project five years in the making, The Hayden is a great story of collaboration with the following community partners including the City of Covington, Kenton County, and the local school district.

From The River City News:

DEMOLITION OF FORMER COUNTY BUILDING BEGINS, WILL BECOME APARTMENTS, RETAIL

Demolition on the former Kenton County Government Building at 303 Court Street in Covington is underway.

The building, which was home to county government offices before their move to the renovated Bavarian Building on Simon Kenton Way, and the county detention center until its move to South Covington in the late 2000s, is slated to become high-end apartments with ground-level retail.

In July, the Kenton County Fiscal Court closed on the transfer of the property to developers Al Neyer and Urban Sites.

The forthcoming development has been branded as the Hayden at Roebling Point and will house 133 residential units with 6,000 square feet of retail space.

Read more from the article here.


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