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December 2016

NAIOP Cincinnati Names Al. Neyer Developer of the Year

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Thursday December 8, 2016

NAIOP Cincinnati Names Al. Neyer Developer of the Year

The Al. Neyer team was recognized as Developer of the Year at last month’s NAIOP Cincinnati Night of the Stars awards dinner. This event recognizes the top developments, deals, and dealmakers within the commercial real estate industry.

Al. Neyer’s team was also recognized with the Office Deal of the Year award for its current project Offices @ Vernon Place, an office building under construction in Avondale for Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.

The Developer of the Year recognition was a nod to other significant accomplishments in 2016, including securing the rights to develop nearly 120 acres of sought-after land at and adjacent to the site of the former Blue Ash Airport, the Anthem headquarters, the Cinfed headquarters, and the MadTree Brewing Company brewery, all in the Cincinnati neighborhood of Oakley.

Beyond the city, Al. Neyer is partnering with Hillwood, a Perot company based in Dallas, to develop nearly 50 acres with prime positioning near the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport and I-275. This project intends to deliver nearly 800,000 SF of industrial space, something that is sorely needed in the Greater Cincinnati market.

 


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