The Cincinnati ToolBank opens in TechSolve II in Roselawn
Thursday, November 14, the Cincinnati Community ToolBank held a grand opening for its new home in Roselawn. The Port sold 1682 Seymour to the ToolBank in September of this year.
“The ToolBank is confident that this building will not only allow us to serve more nonprofits, but more space means that the ToolBank can grow its inventory and establish new programs. We are excited to become part of the momentum happening in Bond Hill and Roselawn as a result of The Port’s investment”
Executive Director, Cincinnati Community ToolBank
The Landbank Cares for Vacant Properties Throughout Hamilton County
“We want to be good neighbors to the people living next to our properties. Our goal is to keep these properties safe and prevent anyone, especially children, from entering them as well as to prohibit criminal activity.”
Real Estate Facilities Manager, The Port
We acquire, remediate, and rehabilitate broken real estate all over Hamilton County, but what exactly happens when we acquire a new property? There is so much more to the process than most people realize, and from day one, Ron and the Landbank team work to make each property cleaner, safer, and less of a burden to local residents.
Uptown Gateway brings Office and Hospitality to Innovation Corridor
The 5.8-acre Uptown Gateway Development sits on the Southeast corner of Reading Road and Martin Luther King Drive in the heart of the Uptown Innovation Corridor. The Port is providing public financing in the form of a capital lease wrapped with a bank bond and issuing TIF Bonds.
“Taking Ownership” is a series of monthly editorials in the Enquirer written by The Port President and CEO Laura Brunner that put forth strategies on how Cincinnati can be a place where everyone has a chance to participate in prosperity and The Port’s role in this larger conversation. In the second installment, a look at our region before The Port’s intervention.
1128 McPherson Avenue
This 2 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom home in Price Hill is fully renovated and move-in ready. The Homesteading and Urban Redevelopment Corporation (HURC) completed the full rehab including all new windows, plumbing, electric, flooring, bathrooms, kitchen, and more. See the Listing Here
3731 St. Lawrence Avenue
Completed as part of REACH Price Hill, this circa-1923 home is newly listed and features a full basement, three stories of living space, and historical details throughout, all within walking distance to the Warsaw Business District. See the Listing Here