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  1. Half of Boi Na Braza will become a Chase Bank. The other half does not have a tenant yet. Chase will be right on the corner. Half of Boi Na Braza still makes for a huge bank branch.
  2. Got me! I can't believe that I would ever say that, but in fairness it was 11 years ago and just the beginning of the recession!
  3. This makes no sense logistically, especially with 3CDC controlling the properties in between HQ and the store. Is this a joke?
  4. This isn't true. Stairwells are common (and a popular amenity) in HQs and they share the floor with the other executives. They are CEOs of a Fortune 500 company so their offices are what you'd expect.
  5. ^https://www.senserasystems.com/public/TurnerConstructionCincinnati/M68653864331 Just noticed it is labeled "4th & Race" but it is clearly Central Parkway & Walnut. Also, the Instagram page wasn't official, just a "fan."
  6. ^Site work started a few weeks ago. They are definitely moving forward but nothing coming out of the ground yet.
  7. ^They are opening a production brewery/warehouse on Spring Grove Ave. soon at the old Kahn's site that was originally proposed as a site for a new jail. Picture is from July 2018. They applied for liquor permits last week.
  8. Can't they turn the Macy's space into three levels of parking and keep the other stores/restaurants? The building is already set up for a 20 story tower. Seems like a waste to start over.
  9. They have a long way to go with demolition and discovering all the fun hidden treasures of a 100 year old building, but this project is definitely happening.
  10. The article was very clear. 600/sf per person for residential. 200/sf per person for office. You get triple the density with office users. I would also argue office users spend more money (lunch, happy hour, weekday dinner, etc) than residential.
  11. Looks like it is big enough for the 3CDC special (retail, garage, apartment tower). I'd assume they're already trying to get it. Interesting article I found regarding that location: https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/blog/2013/04/downtown-developer-sells-walnut-street.html
  12. Louis Vuitton is leaving Saks and moving next to Tiffany's in Kenwood. My guess is Saks just exits the Cincinnati market when they eventually close the downtown location. I doubt the city will give them any more subsidies.
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