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  1. If Hillary was President, the Iran Deal would still be in place. This situation was 100% manufactured by Trump and is the end result of two years of Trump's actions with Iran with no Plan B. Trump is doing this because John Bolton has been pushing this agenda since long before Trump took office and he became an advisor, same with Pompeo.
  2. This guy visited Cincinnati and took some great shots! See them!
  3. City to sell Convention Place building for redevelopment By Mitchell Parton – Intern, Cincinnati Business Courier Jun 7, 2019, 2:23pm EDT The Cincinnati Planning Commission voted unanimously Friday morning to sell a 95,000-square-foot building at Elm and Fifth streets next to the Duke Energy Convention Center. The Hamilton County Land Reutilization Corporation will remediate and redevelop the eight-story building at 435 Elm St., also known as the Convention Place building. It will then transfer the property to the Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority. MORE
  4. Commissioners to vote on property transfer of iconic downtown skyscraper By Mitchell Parton – Intern, Cincinnati Business Courier A project to convert one of the most recognizable office buildings in Greater Cincinnati into hundreds of apartments is moving forward. The Cincinnati Planning Commission will vote Friday on whether to transfer ownership of the Union Central Life Insurance Co. Building to the city from Central Trust Tower Associates, and then re-convey ownership of the property to City Club Apartments LLC in order for the tower to receive Tax Increment Financing (TIF) under the Ohio Revised Code. MORE
  5. DHL adds new Boeing freighters to intercontinental fleet based at CVG By Mitchell Parton – Intern, Cincinnati Business Courier Jun 3, 2019, 1:27pm EDT Updated Jun 3, 2019, 2:55pm EDT DHL Express introduced the first plane in a new line of Boeing aircraft based at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, which will gradually replace the company's older intercontinental fleet. The first aircraft in an order of 14 Boeing 777 freighters took off on its commercial maiden flight May 25 from the DHL Express hub at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport to Bahrain. Three more 777 Freighters will arrive this year to continue replacing DHL’s previous Boeing 747-400 aircraft for intercontinental flights. MORE
  6. FIRST LOOK: First Financial prepares transformation of historical space into high-tech branch MORE First Financial Bancorp will open its first Walnut Hills branch in a $20 million redevelopment of a historical building later this year. First Financial (Nasdaq: FFBC) plans to open the 3,000-square-foot location in Model Group’s Paramount Square redevelopment in September. “We understand that one of the keys to vibrancy in a community is access to core services, including banking,” said Archie Brown, president and CEO of First Financial.
  7. Leeeeeroyyyyyy Jennnnnnnkinnnnnns!
  8. Arcade developers select well-known firm to restore iconic rotunda (Photos) Developers behind the Dayton Arcade project have selected a well-known company to restore the iconic rotunda that serves as a focal point of the century-old structures located in the city's core. Cross Street Partners, the Baltimore-based group leading the project, announced Thursday the rotunda will be repaired by Super Sky Products Enterprises LLC, one of the leading commercial skylight manufacturers in the U.S. MORE
  9. The only local example that comes to mind is the "Norwood Lateral".
  10. I wonder what kind of return they think they are going to get on a $100 million investment? Does this include new space? I don't see the numbers working out on an investment like that in the existing space for the returns a commercial real estate owner/investor would demand.
  11. A 164-year-old Market Is the Epicenter of Cincinnati’s Culinary Revival Why it's worth spending your afternoon at this Over-the-Rhine institution. By Sara Franklin Updated: April 16, 2019 Findlay Market, in Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood, is the longest-operating public market in the state of Ohio, and one of the oldest in the nation. The market has gone through moments of both prominence and near-demise since it began operation in 1855, but today, its main market hall — as well as the storefronts immediately bordering it, which together feature more than 50 full-time businesses — constitute the beating heart of Cincinnati’s culinary revival. MORE
  12. Great shots! The city looked garbage free, I didn't see one piece of litter in the pics, is that the case?
  13. Council restricts development on riverfront site, could affect music venue By Chris Wetterich – Staff reporter and columnist, Cincinnati Business Courier The Cincinnati City Council passed a measure on Wednesday that could delay a move by Hilltop Companies from its riverfront site and potentially delay the construction of a music venue at the Banks. Hamilton County plans to build a parking lot at the current Hilltop site south of Paul Brown Stadium to replace the tailgating space used by Cincinnati Bengals fans when a music venue is built adjacent to PBS. Fans currently tailgate on those lots, which will become parking garages and the podium on which the music venue would be built. MORE
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