MAKING REAL ESTATE WORK throughout Cincinnati and Hamilton County
How We Make Real Estate Work
The Port serves our community by cultivating partnerships that unlock the hidden value of real estate and realize long-term prosperity for everyone in Hamilton County.
Shovel-ready sites are needed for the region to meet site selector demand. This is crucial to business attraction.
Neighborhoods that have faced long-term disinvestment require a real estate strategy that catalyzes broad equitable growth.
Innovative tools crafted for complex development projects that often could not happen without The Port skill and subsidy.
Our Mission in Action
Our focus in Neighborhood Revitalization, Industrial Revitalization, and Public Finance throughout Hamilton County is creating catalytic change.
HURC Making an Impact in Evanston One Home at a Time
The Homesteading and Urban Redevelopment Corporation (HURC) is rehabbing six single-family homes in Evanston with funding from the City of Cincinnati NOFA and The Port Housing Revitalization Fund. 1654 Jonathan, a formerly blighted and vacant home, has been completely rehabbed and a new family now calls Evanston home.
Findlay Center to Continue Redevelopment around Historic Market
Model Group's $17MM LEED Silver project will transform nine historic structures adjacent to Findlay Market.
Messer Breaks Ground on New Facility on Former Gardens Site
The 73,000 SF advanced manufacturing facility fills a market gap for readily available industrial properties for lease or sale.
OpPORTunity - The Port's 2018 Impact Report
Our 2018 report provides a summary of The Port’s impact throughout Hamilton County in 2018 and over the last seven years.
Our Managed Entities
The Port manages a number of entities in alignment with our mission and vision.