economic development

Economic development
9:13 am
Fri June 20, 2014

Catholic Health Partners will be building in Bond Hill

Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley and others at a press conference Friday at the proposed site of Catholic Health Partner's new facility in Bond Hill.
Credit Jay Hanselman

Catholic Health Partners is going to build a new facility in Bond Hill and the decision will bring about 1,000 new jobs to the neighborhood.

CHP will be combining employees currently working at four different locations in the new 350,000 square foot facility.  It will be located at the former Showcase Cinemas site.  It’s expected to be open in the second quarter 2016.

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Economic development
11:49 am
Thu June 19, 2014

Cranley mostly silent on reports GE coming to The Banks

Credit GE

Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley will not confirm media reports General Electric plans to locate its U.S. Global Operations Center and 1,400 new jobs at The Banks development.  

Cranley was asked about the issue Thursday during a press conference on another topic.  Cranley said reporters should write stories once GE makes its official announcement.

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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Wed April 16, 2014

Economic Power of Sporting Events

Sporting events such as the NCAA Hockey Division Championship held here in March generate millions for the local economy.

  Sporting events such as the Western & Southern Tennis Tournament, the Flying Pig Marathon, and the NCAA Hockey Regionals are not only big draws for participants and fans, they are also powerful economic generators for the region, bringing millions of dollars into Greater Cincinnati each year.

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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Wed April 9, 2014

90-Day Neighborhood Enhancment Program

More than a dozen local communities have used the Neighborhood Enhancement Program to reduce crime, clean streets and enhance overall living conditions.
Provided, City of Cincinnati

  Launched in 2007, the Neighborhood Enhancement Program (NEP) is a 90-day collaborative effort between City of Cincinnati departments, neighborhood residents and community organizations in an effort to improve the quality of life in our communities.

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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Wed April 9, 2014

Neighborhood Enhancment Program Improves Communities

East Price Hill is using the city's Neighborhood Enhancement Program.

  We continue our discussion on the Neighborhood Enhancement Program (NEP), and how local community organizations are working with city departments and various funding sources, with Cincinnati City Senior Community Development Analyst Ethel Cogen, Huntington Bank Vice President for Community Development Elizabeth Sherwood, and

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