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Old 03-01-2009, 07:42 PM
 
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I'm thinking about investing in some property in East Price Hill (AKA the Incline District). There had been a lot of talk about redevelopment in the area but I haven't seen any news lately. Has the economy slowed things down? Have plans fallen apart?
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Old 03-01-2009, 09:50 PM
 
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My understanding is that Price Hill is still in the midst of a steep decline. I would suspect that as Over-the-Rhine and other downtown neighborhoods continue to gentrify, the displaced section 8 renters will continue to move west to Price Hill.
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Old 03-02-2009, 07:57 AM
 
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I'm thinking about investing in some property in East Price Hill (AKA the Incline District). There had been a lot of talk about redevelopment in the area but I haven't seen any news lately. Has the economy slowed things down? Have plans fallen apart?


Hello- I can assure you that the plans have not fallen apart. I am part of the team that is selling the condos of Queens Tower. I work directly with the investors/developers and Phase One of the development will break ground this spring (very soon). Hopefully this will spark some excitement for the area, as we are trying to gain some media attention. Phase one will include the large medical office building, French Quarter (new luxury residential), and the beer garden style restaurant/bar with city views. There is another investor in my office that will be creating more condos and an Irish pub in a renovated building within Incline Square. This is very exciting and I am considering investing in a property within the Incline District as well. Thanks -Tim

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