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De Cavel to open restaurant in Western & Southern building

 

Brown and de Cavel, who worked together at Maisonette and Jean-Robert at Pigall's, will be equal owners in the restaurant. They are aiming for a July opening.

 

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We are in July and there has be zero (visible) movement on this restaurant...


"It's just fate, as usual, keeping its bargain and screwing us in the fine print..." - John Crichton

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Drone hits Great American Tower, breaks glass

 

A drone flying through downtown Cincinnati struck the north side of Great American Tower on Tuesday afternoon and broke glass that fell on top of the building's garage.

 

The drone struck a glass pane between the 28th and 29th floors sometime between noon and 1 p.m. Tuesday, according to José Marques, a spokesperson for Western & Southern Financial Group and Great American Tower.

 

Marques said some glass fell from the pane that shattered, but no one was injured.

 

Drone hits Great American Tower, breaks glass


"It's just fate, as usual, keeping its bargain and screwing us in the fine print..." - John Crichton

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Upscale breakfast restaurant coming to Queen City Square

A popular breakfast, brunch and lunch restaurant based in Louisville is opening its first Cincinnati location at Queen City Square.

Wild Eggs expects to open in 4,400 square feet at Queen City Square by late summer 2016.

http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2016/04/08/upscale-breakfast-restaurant-coming-to-queen-city.html

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Finally something to fill the space on Fourth Street!


"It's just fate, as usual, keeping its bargain and screwing us in the fine print..." - John Crichton

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Cincinnati's largest skyscraper to get new owner

 

One of the largest real estate projects in recent Cincinnati history that includes the city's largest skyscraper is expected to change hands next month.

 

The Greater Cincinnati Redevelopment Authority is expected to transfer ownership of Great American Tower at Queen City Square over to Eagle Realty, the Western & Southern Financial Group company that developed the 40-story tower.

 

When the tower was completed at 301 E. Fourth St. in 2011, it was owned by the authority formerly known as the Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority.

 

The ownership structure allowed the $322 million project to be built without paying sales taxes on the construction materials and the authority also issued bonds backed by city tax-increment financing dollars and lease payments.

 

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