Newport’s Premier Mixed-Use Project at the confluence of the Ohio and Licking Rivers
Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky
For more than a decade, the nation has experienced a renewed interest in bringing community back to the cities, where residents and businesses are seeking walkable, mixed-use and transit-served development, all of which help build healthy and sustainable communities. Through support by the federal, state and local government, the concept of a re-development initiative along the riverfront, with unobstructed views of the Cincinnati skyline, pedestrian access to stadiums for professional football and baseball teams, and direct access to the Cincinnati central business district, is becoming a reality.
The concept for Ovation is a 35-acre mixed-use development, reflecting up to 5 million square feet of income-producing structures, including residential, retail, office, lodging, theater, conference center, marina, and structured parking. Additionally, the development program includes parks, public plazas, recreational amenities, trails and riverfront improvements that will complement the structures and create a sense of community.
In Spring 2010, Corporex entered into an agreement to revitalize a distressed development project with short-term and long-term development potential in Denver. Corporex closed public and private financing to commence construction of Phase 1 of Fitzsimons Village, located adjacent to the fastest growing medical campus in the United States. Fitzsimons Village provides amenities to a state-of-the-art, integrated Life Science District, which includes the University of Colorado Hospital, the University of Colorado Denver’s Health Science Schools, The Children’s Hospital, and the U.S. Veterans Health Administration Hospital that commenced construction in 2010. Phase 1 is comprised of Fitzsimons 100, a mid-rise structure providing 151,700 square feet of office and 16,329 square feet of retail, a 153-room SpringHill Suites by Marriott and 190-foot Pedestrian Walkway that connects Fitzsimons Village to the Anschutz Medical Campus. Phase II of the development consists of the 249-room full service Hyatt Regency Aurora-Denver Conference Center which opened in April 2016. The Company further expects to break ground on an apartment project along with associated ground floor retail. Corporex is actively pre-leasing Fitzsimons 200 which includes office and retail space in a contemporary mid-size structure adjacent to a 1,500 car parking deck.