Real Estate Portfolio

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Cornerstone at Norwood

Cincinnati, Ohio 27,000 sf
Acquired, Developed + Managed

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Christ Hospital

Cincinnati, Ohio
Developed + Managed

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Spencer Hill

Cincinnati, Ohio
Developed + Managed

Spencer Hill is a hillside residential development within the City of Cincinnati containing 27 single family homes and was the site of the 1999 Cincinnati CitiramaShowcase of Homes. While several custom homes were built by Ackermann Group, the many of the parcels were sold to individual builders adding to the success of the project. As the developer, Ackermann Group successfully implemented architectural controls to maintain the character of the local community and within the development itself.

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University Station

Cincinnati, Ohio 315,000 sf
Acquired, Developed + Managed

University Station was a mixed use approach to land use that incorporates “form-based” features to achieve greater pedestrian orientation, transit-supportive opportunities, energy conservation and a positive relationship between buildings and streets. Coinciding with the continued growth of the neighboring Xavier University, this mixed use development helps establish a symbiotic relationship and provides a sense of community with the campus, occupants and visitors.

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Harbor Green Commercial

Bellevue, Kentucky 110,000 sf
Acquired, Developed + Managed

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Harbor Green Condominiums

Bellevue, Kentucky 120,000 sf
Acquired + Developed

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Marburg Square

Oakley, OH, 78 Units,
Residential Real Estate

The 5.5 acre site, which previously contained 24 single-family residences, is now home to a development that will have 120 units of mid-rise condominiums and townhouses. This project brings an exciting revitalization to this established Cincinnati neighborhood.

The project consisted of facilitation of Community Council involvement from early conceptualization, City of Cincinnati zone change and PUD approval, renovation and upgrade of existing utilities, public financing through Port Authority, partnering with exiting land owners and implementation of New Urban design principles while staying in context with the surrounding neighborhood.