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March 2014

Seven at Broadway Underway

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Thursday March 6, 2014

Seven at Broadway Underway

SONY DSCNext time you cruise down Interstate-71 South approaching Downtown Cincinnati, we suggest you take a quick glance up. You might notice our giant crane atop the Seven at Broadway project. The entire Al. Neyer team is excited to deliver this $21 million, seven-story luxury apartment building just blocks away from Horseshoe Casino, Fountain Square, and the Aronoff Center.

Partners NorthPointe Group and North American Properties revealed the Seven at Broadway name in late January. The development will sit atop the eight-story parking garage already at the corner of Seventh and Broadway streets designed and built by Al. Neyer. The design-builder is making its mark on this corner once again, this time with 111 high-end studios and 1 and 2-bedroom floor plans that will feature glossy finishes like granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and floor-to-ceiling windows. The open floor plans will be designed to allow for an abundance of natural light.

“Seven at Broadway will have all of the amenities that professionals and empty nesters are seeking when they consider moving to the Central Business District,” says Tony Hobson, partner, North American Properties. “From the first class amenities to the sweeping views of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky, this development is very appealing for discerning renters seeking a luxurious environment and the convenience of a Downtown Cincinnati location.”

Other amenities at Seven at Broadway include concierge services, a workout room and rooftop common space. Planners are pursuing a LEED certification for homes. A projected rental occupancy date is expected in the first quarter of 2015. First-floor tenant RJE Business Interiors will remain open during construction.

Al. Neyer built the original, five-story parking structure in 2003 and added an additional three stories in 2010 pills arena to accommodate The Procter & Gamble Company’s growing parking needs. The original parking garage was the City of Cincinnati’s first ever design-build project, which happened simultaneously with the renovation of the Sycamore Place residential development, also an Al. Neyer project.

The project is being designed by John Senhauser Architects, supported by Neyer Architects, Inc. Other partners include the City of Cincinnati, financing by First Financial Bank, and structural engineering by THP Limited Inc.


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