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.

Cincinnati Enquirer: From redlining to rebirth: How one Cincinnati neighborhood is bouncing back from government-backed racist housing policies

February 4, 2021
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Port Shorts: Loth Street Mount Auburn (Video)

January 15, 2021

Mount Auburn, Ohio is a bedroom community of Cincinnati just one and a half miles from the Queen City’s central business district. Its stunning views […]

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Collaboration to redevelop former Cincinnati Gardens site pays off

December 9, 2020

CINCINNATI, OHIO – DECEMBER 09, 2020 – TEAM, Inc., a global provider of asset performance and optimization solutions, announced plans to invest in the City […]

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Aerial view of former Dow Chemical in Reading Ohio

The Port announces a new source of cleanup funding for former manufacturing sites

May 8, 2020

Transforming contaminated sites into community assets: Cincinnati Port learns it is to receive $800,000 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 2020 grant to seed Brownfields Revolving Loan […]

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Hamilton County Landbank Top 10 Dispositions 2019

April 14, 2020

Many counties throughout Ohio have created land banks to return vacant, blighted properties back to life and return them to productive use. The 54 land […]

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Port’s Public Finance Practice issues over $400 million in financing in 2019

January 29, 2020

In 2019, The Port’s Public Finance Practice issued over $400,000,000 in financing to support over a dozen projects. Projects financed represent over $500,000,000 in total […]

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Photo of official ribbon cutting in front of Price Hill home on St. Lawrence Avenue. neighborhood revitalization

REACH Price Hill wraps up first ten home rehabs

January 15, 2020

Ten formerly vacant and blighted homes in the Cedar Grove area of Price Hill are fully rehabbed and ready for new owners. The Port, Hamilton […]

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