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We're in the building as well and on the 3rd floor for now, but will be moving up to the 7th soon. Our company (Astronomer.io) is sharing space with other startups including Losant and Exact Media.  The owners are making some pretty cool improvements on the inside, albeit slowly.  It's a great place for startups!

 

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It's so great to see most of the bricked-up storefronts west of Pendleton Street being brought back to life. With 3CDC's acquisition of the Mercy Housing portfolio, hopefully they will do the same for those buildings. With the pace of redevelopment we're seeing now, Pendleton could be fully renovated 10-15 years from now.

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Yeah, Pendleton really seems to be booming.  If we can get another GE type corporate creation / relocation downtown, I'd expect everything to speed up a bit more in that Pendelton / empty lot area with new infill.  Not a big fan of superblocks, but that could add a ton more life and people to that border between OTR and Pendleton...

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Everything down here is under way, on the drawing board, or on someone's to do list. Its a small area, but there is still a lot of work to do with existing properties. The Ziegler Garage is the tipping point, just like Washington Park Garage was for the Findlay Market area. Once it opens, there is not residential property in Pendleton that will not work as a renovation.

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Aside from the very obvious Arnold S. Levine parking lot(s) there aren't too many vacant lots for new construction.  If retail spots are built into as-yet unannounced buildings at the "Diner" corner, there could be businesses at all four corners. 

 

 

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Living at this intersection, it's amazing what a difference it makes to have actual windows in the surrounding buildings. Four buildings in that immediate block now have new windows.

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Just noticed this building on 12th Street today. It's in very bad condition with the entire roof missing. Does anyone know if there are any plans to rehab it?

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That is 509 E 12th.  I did drawings for stabilization for that a couple of months ago, and they are saving it. The owners are guys from Northside who have rehabbed a few other buildings. 

 

I just looked on the permit website,  and they got a permit for stabilization of the burned-out roof in January.

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See the latest condo conversion project in Pendleton

 

A local developer is finishing up the conversion of two buildings in Pendleton into seven residential condominiums.

 

My Fair Lady LLC, a real estate development company owned by Elise Bailey, has completed four of the seven units at the Othello, located at 1306-08 Broadway. The project will include four two-bedroom, two-bathroom condos and three one-bedroom, one-bathroom condos.

 

More below:

https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2018/01/24/see-the-latest-condo-conversion-project-in.html


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This tiny building behind 1210 Sycamore is for sale for $225,000...the sort of thing that sold for $10,000 or less ten years ago:

https://www.sibcycline.com/Listing/CIN/1571896/1210-B-Sycamore-Cincinnati-OH-45210

 

...however we don't know how much it ever sold for because it appears that the owner created a new parcel.  Previously, 1210 Sycamore included this building.  This would be a pretty tough place to rent to a resident when and if a new building is built immediately south. 

 

 

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This tiny building behind 1210 Sycamore is for sale for $225,000...the sort of thing that sold for $10,000 or less ten years ago:

https://www.sibcycline.com/Listing/CIN/1571896/1210-B-Sycamore-Cincinnati-OH-45210

 

...however we don't know how much it ever sold for because it appears that the owner created a new parcel.  Previously, 1210 Sycamore included this building.  This would be a pretty tough place to rent to a resident when and if a new building is built immediately south.

 

I must know who the interior designer was. That lighting........lol.

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The Model Group wants to buy 518-520 E. 12th from the city to turn it into a parking lot. The property is currently a pocket park. This is going before the planning commission at their August 7 meeting.

 

Didn't someone post in another thread that Model Group is about to renovate two buildings in that block of 12th? The probably want parking for their residents.

 

I think this is the pocket park in question: https://goo.gl/maps/YEcRe

 

The construction of this parking lot is in progress.

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With the enormous parking garage at the casino, the new garage at Ziegler park, the huge surface lots on Sycamore, etc. that is really annoying.

 

 

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The casino garage is free but every few years they threaten to start charging for parking to prevent downtown office workers from parking there. I really doubt they would ever agree to an arrangement where local residents could park there, or sell monthly parking passes. They want it all for casino use.

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Fire-damaged building in Pendleton will be revived as apartments

 

A property that lost its roof in a fire in 2016 will be rehabilitated and turned into six two-bedroom apartments, including several affordable units.

 

The Ohio Development Services Agency awarded $196,500 in historic tax credits to a project by 8K Development Co. at 509 E. 12th St. in Pendleton.

 

The building was housing for more than 130 years before becoming vacant for two decades. Urban Sites had planned to include it in a project it was doing in the area until it caught fire. 8K then purchased it from Urban Sites.

 

More below:

https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2018/06/20/fire-damaged-building-in-pendleton-will-be-revived.html

 

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$40 million mixed-use project planned in Pendleton

 

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A Denver-based commercial real estate developer is planning to build a $40 million mixed-use project in Pendleton.

 

More below:

https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2018/09/17/exclusive-40-million-mixed-use-project-planned-in.html


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$40 million mixed-use Pendleton project lands key approval 

 

A planned $40 million mixed-use project in Pendleton received a key approval earlier this week.

 

More below:

https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2018/10/12/40-million-mixed-use-pendleton-project-lands-key.html

 

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7 hours ago, jeremyck01 said:

^would this project be replacing an empty lot or would a few buildings need to be demolished?

It will be taking the place of an empty lot. One that badly needs to be redeveloped. 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2018/10/23/exclusive-columbus-craft-brewery-opening-massive.html

 

Brew Dog announces the the location of its new MASSIVE Tap Room + Restaurant in Pendleton...

 

316 Reading Road in Pendleton 

 

https://www.google.com/maps/@39.1084847,-84.5090169,3a,75y,355.35h,90.44t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sh_CTYDOIgapZbNY-jEf_5g!2e0!7i13312!8i6656

 

Its a pretty large location, 8,500 Sq ft in total. 

 

Also, this is an interesting location...you sort of forget about the reading road portion of otr. Especially since there aren’t any ground floor retail/bars + restaurants. It will be great to reactivate this area of Pendleton that has long been an after thought and introduce  new foot traffic and perhaps draw some new businesses alongside brew dog.

 

 

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Good location for all you luminauts/archinauts across the street. I would probably rather see more breweries moving into the brewery district, but I do love how Pendleton and OTR are getting connected better with this location and the new project one block North. 

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Just now, jjakucyk said:

But I don't like beer ?  The new ice cream place at 13th and Broadway is nice though. 

 

It’s a tap room plus restaurant....hopefully the food is decent.

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