Gantry groundbreaking, corner of Hamilton Avenue and Blue Rock Road

From left: Jeff McElravy (Director of the Department of Trade and Development, City of Cincinnati); Greg Koehler (Senior Economic Development Officer, City of Cincinnati); Jake Dietrich (Gantry Project Manager); David Mann (Cincinnati Vice Mayor); Sue Wilke (Northside Community Council); Tim Jeckering (community representative); Scott Stiles (Interim City Manager) (Photo: Jon Hughes/photopresse)
From left: Jeff McElravy (Director of the Department of Trade and Development, City of Cincinnati); Greg Koehler (Senior Economic Development Officer, City of Cincinnati); Jake Dietrich (Gantry Project Manager); David Mann (Cincinnati Vice Mayor); Sue Wilke (Northside Community Council); Tim Jeckering (community representative); Scott Stiles (Interim City Manager) (Photo: Jon Hughes/photopresse)

From left: Jeff McElravy (Director of the Department of Trade and Development, City of Cincinnati); Greg Koehler (Senior Economic Development Officer, City of Cincinnati); Jake Dietrich (Gantry Project Manager); David Mann (Cincinnati Vice Mayor); Sue Wilke (Northside Community Council); Tim Jeckering (community representative); Scott Stiles (Interim City Manager) (Photo: Jon Hughes/photopresse)

On Tuesday, June 24, community partners broke ground on the Gantry, a project headed up by Milhaus Development and CR Architecture. This is the largest, new commercial private sector construction project in Northside in years and represents $13 million in private investments including 130 rental units and first floor retail businesses and restaurants.

This project will create quality housing options and increase the variety of offerings in Northside. “Milhaus is really proud to boast a track record of working with neighborhoods to design each and every project to its specific tastes and characteristics. Gantry has been no different, and we are elated with the result,” said Jake Dietrich, Project Manager for Milhaus.

 

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Managing Editor/Design/Layout Jeni Jenkins is an artist/graphic designer as well as an educator, writer, director, actor and community advocate. She loves being part of the village of Northside and contributing to its uniqueness. Jeni is an active member of the Northside Community Council and owns and operates Uncaged Bird Print and Design Studio, a Northside graphic design studio.

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