Cincinnati Business Courier’s 20 projects that will reshape Greater Cincinnati

While many development projects were put on hold in 2020 due to the pandemic, “developers and businesses remain bullish on the Greater Cincinnati regions,” the Cincinnati Business Courier reports. The Courier selected 20 projects “that will reshape the region” including five “that will have the greatest impact in 2021” based on the level of change they will bring, according to the article. Among these are Cincinnati Children’s Hospital’s $90 million investment in a 164,000-square-foot building “to improve mental and behavioral health services for children and teens” and Purina’s $550 million investment in a new dry pet food facility (see our November 9, 2020 blog post). One of the largest private investments, Trinitas Ventures and Crawford Hoying’s $420 million joint venture to develop the District at Clifton Heights, will reshape a neighborhood next to the University of Cincinnati with student and senior housing, hotel rooms, commercial space and parking. For more, read the full article.

Economic Development, State Updates