Monthly Archives: October 2015

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June 22nd AC Marriott Hotel Spotlight Tour

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Please join NAIOP for a pre-grand opening hard hat tour of the AC Hotel Cincinnati at The Banks. European in style with contemporary interiors, the AC Hotel will feature 171 guestrooms, many with balconies overlooking the Ohio River, the Suspension Bridge, Smale Park and downtown. Amenities will include a rooftop bar, a lounge serving small…

August 24th Hotel Spotlight Dolce Medpace Site

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The Dolce Hotel is part of a $250 million expansion planned at the SE corner of Red Bank Expressway and Madison Street. Known as Madison Square, the project will include a new 350,000 SF office building, commercial venues within the mixed use development totaling 75,000 square feet and 230 apartments. Green space and parks will…

September 14th – Multi-Family Spotlight Encore Urban Living

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Encore Urban Living (8th and Sycamore)  is another mixed-use, multi-unit residential project developed by North American Properties and NorthPointe Group. John Senhauser Architects is serving as the architect of record for this 17-story project, bringing together the development, design and construction team that delivered the Seven at Broadway luxury apartment tower in 2015. The Eighth…

October 5th University of Cincinnati Joint Program

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October 5th- University of Cincinnati Joint Program – NAIOP Members Only September University of Cincinnati Joint Program Content New School Year, New Relationships As a recognized NAIOP Member, we would love to personally invite you to a Welcome Back Reception with the University of Cincinnati Real Estate students. This event is for NAIOP Members only…

October Annual Golf Outing

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The format for today’s tournament is a four person scramble.  Men will play from the blue tees and Women will play from the red tees.  Tee marker signs will be in place to mark the tees.  The best tee shot is selected and everyone hits from that position after placing their ball within 12 inches…