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Hotel Covington to expand as part of $22.5 million mixed-use project

By Tom Demeropolis  – Senior Staff Reporter, Cincinnati Business Courier

 

Salyers Group and vR Group plan to redevelop the former YMCA building and Gateway Bookstore in Covington into a mixed-use property.

 

The project would revitalize a visible corner of downtown Covington, transforming the 72,000-square-foot building at 19 E. Pike St. into a bourbon distillery experience, 10,000 square feet of office space and an expansion of Hotel Covington. The upper floors of the Covington YMCA will be converted into 60 VIP and presidential suites to complement Hotel Covington’s 114 existing rooms just to the south.

 

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That's awesome news. After the Gateway proposal shrunk I was afraid this would sit vacant. Removing the brick on the Madison facade and bringing black a glass storefront will do wonders for the streetscape as well. 

 

I'm curious if they are going to connect the two buildings in any way or if the alley with the walk-up window will remain and they will act as two separate buildings. 

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17 hours ago, troeros said:

https://www.wcpo.com/entertainment/local-a-e/covington-yard-food-hall-announces-restaurant-tenants-spring-opening

 

This is pretty awesome for Covington and the tri state area in general.

 

It just gives Cincinnati as a whole and extra layer of entertainment depth and things to do. 


Great to see privately funded community spaces.  

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NKY developer’s largest project brings loft apartments to Bellevue

 

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Tony Kreutzjans has completed a number of redevelopment projects in Northern Kentucky in the $1 million to $3 million range in the last four years. But Kreutzjans, president of Orleans Development, was ready to step up to the next level.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2019/12/26/nky-developer-s-largest-project-brings-loft.html


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Turfway Park’s renovation to be on fast track

 

Turfway Park fans probably won’t need to miss any local horse racing as a result of the massive $100 million renovation Churchill Downs Inc. is planning for the track.

 

Churchill has been approved by the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission to host racing in December at Turfway Park, as the Florence track typically does. The KHRC has Turfway scheduled on its calendar to host racing on 13 dates in December, beginning Dec. 2.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2020/01/14/turfway-park-s-renovation-to-be-on-fast-track.html

 

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$20M luxury condo development coming to NKY

 

The development team that built 125 luxury condominiums in Mariemont and brought dozens of luxury condos to the heart of Hyde Park has started construction on a new project in Northern Kentucky.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2020/02/04/20m-luxury-condo-development-coming-to-nky.html

 

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New oncology building at St. Elizabeth is looking good, and this is the back of it. I like that the terra-cotta panels kind of matches the brown brick used everywhere else on campus but the building still looks really modern and new. 

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Construction ramps up on luxury condo project in Newport

 

Work to transform the former Newport Baptist Convalescent Home into luxury condominiums is ramping up.

 

120 Main St. LLC, whose members include Ed Horgan, Marc Gilioli, Ben Trautman and John Trautman, are transforming the building into Skypoint Luxury Condos with total of 45 condos. Work is underway on the first phase including 21 condos plus the development’s amenity areas.

 

Horgan said about 60 tradespeople are in the building currently, working on plumbing, electricity and HVAC. The goal is for drywall to start going up next week.

 

As we toured the building this week, Horgan explained most of the first phase units have 63 linear feet of floor-to-ceiling windows with a view of the Cincinnati skyline.

 

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https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2020/02/14/construction-ramps-up-on-luxury-condo-project-in.html

 

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