Success Stories

The Port's work is ultimately all about making real estate work - for communities, for residents, for companies - for everyone in Hamilton County.

Port Short: Historic Stabilization – Moerlein Mansion

June 20, 2024

Cincinnati has a robust brewing heritage dating back to the 19th century. Watch our latest Port Short to learn more about Cincinnati’s brewing history and […]

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Port Short: Public Finance

February 15, 2024

For two decades, many of the Cincinnati region’s most impactful projects have had one thing in common – they have been financed, in part, by […]

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Port Short: Landbank Success – Passive House

December 13, 2023

Energy efficiency, low maintenance, and eco-friendliness come together in Mt. Airy as Cincinnati’s first “passive house” on a lot formerly owned by the Landbank. Learn […]

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Port Shorts: CARE Homes Initiative

October 20, 2023

After renting for nearly 25 years, the Lainez family of Price Hill are now homeowners, thanks, in part, to The Port’s CARE Homes Initiative. Watch […]

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The Port Secures Second Round of Private Sector Investment for Social Impact

July 27, 2021

Program Drives Job Creation and Economic Growth in Hamilton County   Cincinnati, OH, July 27, 2021 – The Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority (The […]

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Port Shorts: Kao USA, Inc. and Powell Valves

June 10, 2021

The Port’s unique toolkit and expertise in managing complex real estate projects has helped many companies and municipalities throughout Cincinnati and Hamilton County. This area of The Port’s […]

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(Video) Port Shorts: Historic Structure Stabilization Program

May 12, 2021

Hamilton County is home to hundreds of historic, vacant structures, but many are in serious disrepair. Buildings such as the Mt. Healthy Theater, the historic […]

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(Video) Port Shorts: Environmental Justice

April 14, 2021

Cincinnati’s strong manufacturing heritage helped build the Queen City we know today. Manufacturing in Cincinnati hit its peak in 1969, but today you can still […]

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Baymiller Row House Historic Stabilization

Public/Private partnership creates affordable housing in West End

April 12, 2021

Project demonstrates how collaboration can create mixed-rate housing and preserve neighborhood character CINCINNATI – As development continues in Cincinnati’s historic West End neighborhood, residents and […]

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(Video) Port Shorts: The Homesteading & Urban Redevelopment Corporation (HURC)

March 11, 2021

Housing affordability is a national challenge, and far from a simple one to address. In Cincinnati and Hamilton County, the need for affordable housing stock […]

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