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June 2019

Residential Projects Heating Up as Greater Cincinnati Market Demands More Housing

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Wednesday June 12, 2019

Residential Projects Heating Up as Greater Cincinnati Market Demands More Housing

Residential living is heating up in Greater Cincinnati as more people are seeking a lifestyle that is focused around convenience. Al. Neyer is helping clients re-energize communities with multifamily spaces that appeal to today’s top talent – providing the live, work, play, and stay lifestyle that everyone is looking for. These living spaces are equipped with finishes and modern amenities that attract anyone from young professionals to empty nesters. Al. Neyer has partnered with several companies in the Greater Cincinnati area to meet the need for walkable living. Read about our current multifamily projects below.

About The Projects

THE APPROACH | Blue Ash, Ohio

Construction is well underway at The Approach, a mixed-use apartment building at the north end of The Neighborhoods at Summit Park development. Within walking distance to Summit Park, residents will have the benefits of urban living with the convenience of a park-front lifestyle. The three-building mixed-use development will be comprised of 290 luxury apartments and 35,000 SF of commercial space. Building I is underway with rough framing. Building II and III are under roof and drywall is being installed throughout building II. The Approach is being developed by Al. Neyer, The Fortus Group, and Vandercar Holdings, and construction is planned to be completed in late 2020.

You can read more from our progress at The Neighborhoods at Summit Park here and here.

MADISONVILLE REDEVELOPMENT PHASE I | Madisonville, Cincinnati 

Local developer, The Ackermann Group, teamed up with Al. Neyer’s construction management team to deliver the mixed-use multifamily development at the corner of Madison and Whetsel in Madisonville to re-ignite their urban core and business district.

Construction is in full swing on the 5-story structure. The subfloor is currently being installed for the 5th floor. Plumbing is being roughed in on the second floor, and the parking lot is paved. Topping out of the 5-floors of framing is planned to be completed by the end of June, and the mixed-use building will be under roof by mid-July. Phase I project completion is expected at the beginning of 2020.

You can read more from our progress at the Madisonville Redevelopment here.

8TH AND MAIN | Downtown Cincinnati

8th and Main is the fifth multifamily housing project that Al. Neyer is building for developers North American Properties and NorthPointe Group. Al. Neyer has previously worked with North American Properties and NorthPointe Group to deliver downtown residential projects Encore Urban Living, Seven @ Broadway, East 8 Lofts, and Sycamore Place Lofts.  The 13-story building will include 125-units, a rooftop terrace, gym, yoga room, and community laundry and common space on each floor. Unlike the other apartment buildings, 8th and Main is targeting a clientele that is looking for micro and studio apartments. The development is in a prime location downtown directly on the streetcar line and just steps away from several dining and entertainment destinations.

While the weather is warming up, construction on 8th and Main is taking off. Of the thirteen floors – the concrete slabs have been poured for levels one through five, and the slab is being poured for level six in mid-June. Electrical, plumbing, and site work subcontractors are beginning to install underground utilities on the ground floor. Exterior framing for the multifamily building and installation of exterior metal panels will begin in July. The project is projected to be completed in mid-2020.

You can read more from our progress at 8th and Main here and here.

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