Cincinnati firm awarded $6M in state financing for nursing facility construction

The Ohio Air Quality Development Authority approved Blue Ash-based Clermont Health Realty for up to $6 million in bond financing for construction of a skilled nursing facility, the Cincinnati Business Courier reports. Clermont Health Realty “plans to build a 113-bed skilled nursing facility” that “will include LED lighting, energy efficient windows, a white reflective roof, a variable refrigerant flow HVAC system,” solar panels and other energy-saving features. The facility, which will include rehabilitation and assisted living spaces, will have 150 full-time positions. For more, read the full article.

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