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  1. ^ I'm pretty sure Encore is like that as well. North American Properties seems to be heading that direction, so I wouldn't be surprised if 8th & Main is the same.
  2. Apparently 84.51 told employees last week that they are expecting to double their headcount. I wonder if they'll take the office space instead of expanding into the garage of their current building.
  3. I totally get the hesitation about St. Bernard and not being able to vote in city elections. That was my only hesitation as well. I ended up going with St. Bernard because I got a great house for 1/2 of what it would cost me in Northside, Oakley, Mt. Lookout etc. Plus, as was sort of mentioned above, St. Bernard has great city services (although budget issues have ended some as well). My trash is picked up twice per week, recycling one time per week, the police will monitor your alarm system for free, free dumpster drop off and pick up, there's a great community rec center, etc. I did hear a rumor that St. Bernard's brand new police/fire station was built at Vine/Mitchell in the event that St. Bernard was annexed into the city. I seriously doubt that will happen though. Elmwood Place has been trying to get annexed by St. Bernard, but St. Bernard doesn't want them. Perhaps we'll see Elmwood get annexed by Cincinnati in the future.
  4. It's definitely on the upswing. I've lived in St.Bernard for 3 years now and have watched the housing prices appreciate considerably. It just really needs an up(per) scale restaurant or bar to really put it on the map, because most people have no idea where St. Bernard is. The Wiedemann brewery is great and I love going there, but it isn't "hip" enough to really be a huge draw. Taft Brewpourium is, but it's in SPV and too far from our business district.
  5. Sorry- I should have clarified. I believe there's a mix of micro, studio, 1 bed, and 2 beds ranging from 440 to 1,300 SF respectively (from what I've been told) The 790 SF is the average when taking the mix into account.
  6. Essentially no parking is being provided. 125 units at an average of 790 SF per unit.
  7. EXCLUSIVE: GE Aviation moving ‘several hundred jobs’ to the Banks Source: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2019/02/20/exclusive-ge-aviation-moving-several-hundred-jobs.html Who knew, Tide does dry cleaning. Now it's expanding the business Source: https://www.cnn.com/2019/02/20/business/tide-cleaners-laundry-service/index.html
  8. Don’t forget the hotel at 3rd and Main. They’re keeping the historic facades and building the hotel off of Hammond street.
  9. Correct. They should have their financing finalized by the end of the year and construction will begin quickly.
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