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December 2014

Queen City Barrel Site Ready For Redevelopment

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Sunday December 21, 2014

Queen City Barrel Site Ready For Redevelopment

“After more than nine years and $9 million spent on extensive cleanup, the former Queen City Barrel site in Lower Price Hill is nearly ready to market for light industrial redevelopment.

The 18-acre site is now called MetroWest Commerce Park, remarkable for the cleanup required after a spectacular fire in August 2004 destroyed the Queen City Barrel building at 809 Evans St…

…The site could feature four buildings totaling 250,000 square feet. Resurgence Partners and Al. Neyer are developers, and Colliers International is the broker for MetroWest. (more)” – Cincinnati.com

 


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