The new Train Viewing Platform in Ludlow will have its great opening on Saturday, October 13th from 4 to 7 pm. The new platform embraces the materials and construction techniques of trains and train stations in its design.
The new Dr. Anthony and Geraldine Zembrodt Education Center will be a wonder addition to the community. It will allow The Point Arc of Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati to continue its mission of helping those with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Architecturally the building is a modern interpretation of the surrounding historic area. It is designed to stand out but also compliment the historic fabric.
The City of Covington joins the Devou Park Advisory Committee (DPAC), Devou Properties, Inc., and Devou Management Company, LLC in celebrating the grand opening.
At the Ludlow: Beyond the Curb event earlier this month, Hub + Weber Architects revealed its plans for a new mixed-use project along the railroad tracks in the city’s industrial east end. Ludlow Yards will feature residential, commercial and retail all in one spot to help create a more vibrant community.
The building underwent a $22 million restoration led by Hub + Weber Architects and Plume Interiors + Light.
COVINGTON, Ky. (WKRC) - 100 years ago, it was a department store, 10 years ago it was Covington's city hall, but next week the corner of Seventh and Madison will be reborn again as the Hotel Covington. Construction of the boutique hotel project was wrapping up. It was a $21 million investment in the heart of Covington.
The Hickory Wald Group – consisting of Andrew Salzbrun, Jack Weston and Aaron Kohlhepp – hopes to open Hannaford at Pike & Madison by mid-October. The bar is named for the famed architect who designed the building housing it as well as Cincinnati City Hall, Music Hall and the Eden Park pump house, among many other local buildings.
BURLINGTON – At the Aug. 16 Boone County Fiscal Court Meeting, the court passed a resolution to enter into a contract with Hub + Weber Architects to restore the Historic Courthouse.
From market-rate apartment units to career and life learning centers to a new boutique hotel, there's a lot of development in the works for Covington's urban core. The Hotel Covington is the latest example of economic progress taking place in the city.
“There is no project like it in Northern Kentucky,” Kreutzjans told me.
The Business Courier got an exclusive tour of a finished townhome ahead of next week’s ribbon cutting on June 2. To view a slideshow of Boone Block, click on the photos above.
Construction will soon begin on the transformation of the historic Hellman Lumber Building on Martin Luther King Boulevard.
The Center for Great Neighborhoods is hosting a special groundbreaking event to celebrate the occasion with a cutting of the first piece of lumber to be reinstalled in the building.