Cincinnati Urban Revitalization

Date: Monday May 15, 2017 Interviewees: Jeff Beam, Director of Development, The Community Builders Jeff Raser, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, Principal, glaserworks Architecture + Urban Design Give us a general overview of TCB’s Avondale Choice Neighborhoods initiative. What was the process and phasing? BEAM: Community Builders bought five distressed HUD-assisted buildings in late 2012, we […]

Greiwe launches next Mariemont condo development

Publication: Cincinnati Business Courier

Author: Erin Caproni


May 31, 2017 – Greiwe Development along with partners North American Properties and Sibcy Cline will break ground Thursday on the latest luxury condo development in Mariemont.

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June 1, 2017 (From left to right: Don Keyes, Mariemont Building Department; Dan Policastro, Mayor of Mariemont; Sari Lehtinen, glaserworks; Kevin Riley, North American Properties; Rick Greiwe, Greiwe Development Group; Ed Goetz, North American Properties; Dave Stelzer, North American Properties; Kurt Heinbecker, North American Properties)

Groundbreaking ceremony held for women veterans affordable housing facility

Annabelle's Place groundbreaking

Leaders from OH Volunteers of America, North College Hill Mayor & City Administrator and County Commissioner Todd Portune joined members of the community and local veterans to celebrate the groundbreaking at Annabelle’s Place – affordable housing for women veterans designed by glaserworks.

Author: WKRC Cincinnati


NORTH COLLEGE HILL, Ohio (WKRC) – Volunteers of America of Greater Ohio held a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday, September 15, to kick off construction of Annabelle’s Place.

It’s a new affordable housing community for women veterans in North College Hill. The project on Galbraith Road will provide 12 women veterans supportive housing.

Mayor of North College Hill, Maureen Mason, said, “We, the city of NCH, are very proud and to have it located here in our city limits and to do our part for the women veterans of our country. They’ve sacrificed so much for all of us, we want to extend the hand and welcome them.”

All residents at Annabelle’s Place will have access to supportive services including support groups, case management staff, and medical professionals needed to successfully live independently.

$36 million condo tower approved for downtown Cincinnati


$36 million condo tower approved for downtown Cincinnati

Publication: Cincinnati Business Courier
Author: Tom Demeropolis


The first of two luxury condominium towers planned in downtown Cincinnati’s Main Street historic district received approval to move forward.

The Historic Conservation Board unanimously approved a certificate of appropriateness for a 13-story mixed-use condo building with first-floor commercial space, internal parking spaces on the first through third floors and 30 condos on floors four through 13. Developers Terrex Development & Construction LLCand Greiwe Development Group plan to build the condo tower at the southwest corner of Eighth and Main streets. The estimated total cost for the project is $36 million.