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Cincinnati City Council
Economic Growth & Infrastructure Committee
Chair: Christopher Smitherman

Update: Projects & Partn...
Laura N. Brunner
President/CEO
Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority

David Smith
Director of Economic Developm...
Port - City Projects

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GO Cincinnati:
Real Estate: Seymour/Reading Corridor
MidPointe Crossing:
Seymour/Reading Corridor
October 31, 2013
• 25 acre site
• 230,000 sf available for office, retail or institutional
• Daily traffic count of 166,800 on I-75/Paddock...
Redevelopment Plan - October 2012
Acquisition of multiple parcels to assemble
into one large development site

Demolition ...
“10 commercial projects worth watching in 2014”
-Cincinnati Enquirer
January, 22, 2014
Seymour Plaza/TechSolve II:
Seymour Plaza/TechSolve II:
Seymour Plaza

December 3, 2013

January 9, 2014
Allen Temple Groundbreaking
South Mill Creek Corridor (SMCC)
Industrial History: South Mill Creek Corridor
Cargo Market Study
EPA Coalition Assessment
grant application January 2014
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Port Authority
Hamilton County
City of Cincinnati
with su...
South Mill Creek Corridor
Benchmarking Project
• Menomonee Valley (Milwaukee)
A national model in economic and
environmental sustainability
Advanced Manufacturing
Increase the region’s competitive advantage to
attract high-growth manufacturing and logistics
oppo...
Re-industrialization Advocacy:
• GO Cincinnati
• PLAN Cincinnati
• Brookings Institution
• OKI Freight Study
• Cargo marke...
Community Engagement
• Workforce Development
• Top 20 employers and owners
Collaboration and
Community benefits

Bond Hill: O’ROURKE
Woodward Technical Training

Evanston: Building Value
Community Revitalization
Economic Inclusion
Neighborhood Housing Demolition Program:
MBE: 23.85%
WBE: 21.81%
SBE: 43.82%

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Focus Neighborhood: Walnut Hills
Thank you
Laura N. Brunner
President/CEO
Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority
www.cincinnatiport.org
513.621.3...
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Update: Projects & Partnerships, to the Economic Growth & Infrastructure Committee, Cincinnati City Council by the Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority

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Presentation to the City of Cincinnati Economic Growth Committee by the Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority
February 4, 2014

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Update: Projects & Partnerships, to the Economic Growth & Infrastructure Committee, Cincinnati City Council by the Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority

  1. 1. Cincinnati City Council Economic Growth & Infrastructure Committee Chair: Christopher Smitherman Update: Projects & Partnerships Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority February 4, 2014
  2. 2. Laura N. Brunner President/CEO Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority David Smith Director of Economic Development Duke Energy Ed Jackson President The Karpos Group
  3. 3. Port - City Projects 3
  4. 4. GO Cincinnati:
  5. 5. Real Estate: Seymour/Reading Corridor
  6. 6. MidPointe Crossing: Seymour/Reading Corridor October 31, 2013
  7. 7. • 25 acre site • 230,000 sf available for office, retail or institutional • Daily traffic count of 166,800 on I-75/Paddock Road Interchange & 37,000 at Reading/Seymour intersection • 75,000 daytime employees within 3-mile radius Earning $4.2 Billion payroll • $2.5 Billion of household purchasing power • $100 Million of unmet retail demand • 43 percent home owner-occupancy rate
  8. 8. Redevelopment Plan - October 2012 Acquisition of multiple parcels to assemble into one large development site Demolition of 250,000 SF shopping center Extensive remediation of asbestos and other hazardous materials Master Planning to facilitate high impact, mixed-use, urban style development Comprehensive site work to create development-ready pads 8
  9. 9. “10 commercial projects worth watching in 2014” -Cincinnati Enquirer January, 22, 2014
  10. 10. Seymour Plaza/TechSolve II:
  11. 11. Seymour Plaza/TechSolve II: Seymour Plaza December 3, 2013 January 9, 2014
  12. 12. Allen Temple Groundbreaking
  13. 13. South Mill Creek Corridor (SMCC)
  14. 14. Industrial History: South Mill Creek Corridor
  15. 15. Cargo Market Study
  16. 16. EPA Coalition Assessment grant application January 2014 • • • • Port Authority Hamilton County City of Cincinnati with support letters from Cincinnati USA Camp Washington Business Assoc. Hamilton County Public Health MSD Queensgate Business Alliance Duke Energy
  17. 17. South Mill Creek Corridor
  18. 18. Benchmarking Project • Menomonee Valley (Milwaukee) A national model in economic and environmental sustainability
  19. 19. Advanced Manufacturing Increase the region’s competitive advantage to attract high-growth manufacturing and logistics opportunities, including: • advanced manufacturing, • water technology cluster, • polymers, • and food processing.
  20. 20. Re-industrialization Advocacy: • GO Cincinnati • PLAN Cincinnati • Brookings Institution • OKI Freight Study • Cargo market study
  21. 21. Community Engagement • Workforce Development • Top 20 employers and owners
  22. 22. Collaboration and Community benefits Bond Hill: O’ROURKE Woodward Technical Training Evanston: Building Value
  23. 23. Community Revitalization Economic Inclusion Neighborhood Housing Demolition Program: MBE: 23.85% WBE: 21.81% SBE: 43.82% Nonprofit: 4.23%
  24. 24. Focus Neighborhood: Walnut Hills
  25. 25. Thank you Laura N. Brunner President/CEO Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority www.cincinnatiport.org 513.621.3000 @PGCDA David Smith Director of Economic Development Duke Energy Ed Jackson President The Karpos Group

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