One of the region’s largest homebuilders has broken ground on a new residential development in the booming College Hill neighborhood. Traditions Building Group is developing Station Court, a residential community located at the corner of Hamilton Avenue and North Bend Road in College Hill. The neighborhood will include 31 detached residences as a part of Tradition’s City Series communities, which are all located in historic, walkable urban neighborhoods throughout Cincinnati.
Construction is underway for the much-anticipated RIVERWORKS Club House and amenity center! Pickleball courts, bocce, corn hole, large pool, kids pool + splash, massive fire pit, adult swings, large, covered porches, fitness room…it will all be here. RIVERWORKS will be an epicenter of the community where residents and neighbors can gather often and enjoy.
Traditions Building Group held a grand opening for its model courtyard townhome Sept. 22. The model is a part of the Village at Rivers Pointe, the front-most part of the 400-acre residential community. Like the rest of the sprawling development, the focus of the Village at Rivers Pointe and its home offerings is walkability and giving residents an “immersive experience.”
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Mason Planning Commission unanimously approved Traditions Building & Development Group and Western Row Land Developers’ concept plan for a mixed-use development at the corner of Mason-Montgomery and Western Row roads, land that was formerly the Western Row Golf Course.
As supply chain issues, a historic labor crunch and the pandemic throw up roadblocks in the face of progress, developers and businesses remain committed to investing in Greater Cincinnati.
Dorothy Lane Market, the gourmet grocer that has become a Dayton institution, plans to open its first Greater Cincinnati location as part of a $150 million mixed-use project.
The first model homes in Toebben Cos.’ Rivers Pointe Estates, a master-planned $1 billion community in Northern Kentucky, are now open for potential buyers to tour.