Cincinnati’s front porch is continuing to be reshaped with the ongoing progress at the Banks development.
With new tenants being added regularly and the massive General Electric Global Operations Center rising to the sky, the Banks is just one more piece of evidence of Cincinnati’s resurgence.
The Banks, when complete, will be home to thousands of residents and office workers, along with a lively retail and entertainment district, bookended by two major league stadiums. To take a look at what’s happening right now, click on the images above.
Phase I, which includes 300 luxury apartments and 77,000 square feet of retail space, quickly filled. Now, some of those original retail spaces are being filled with new tenants, including Howl at the Moon and Splitsville Luxury Lanes, the Stretch from Four Entertainment Group, Tervis and BurgerFi.
Phase II of the Banks is wrapping up with the 292-apartment Radius at the Banks open and leasing units. GE’s 338,000-square-foot, $90 million center is scheduled to open in September. Other tenants already signed on for the latest phase include Taste of Belgium and Pies & Pints.
In addition, the 171-room AC Hotels property is taking shape just west of Great American Ball Park. The $35 million project owned by Eagle Realty Group and managed by Winegardner & Hammons should be ready in the second quarter of 2017 with an outdoor courtyard and rooftop bar.