The second commercial building to the north will feature a sit-down restaurant with outdoor seating and operable glazed wall system that open the space to the street. An adjacent 30-foot wide garden between the two buildings will be another beautiful amenity of the project.
This development aims to enhance what Ft. Thomas already provides residents. It will enhance the park-like setting and historic buildings while bringing new opportunities for enjoying the Ft. Thomas lifestyle.
Commercial space will line the development at street level with 18 flats above them. This will introduce a new housing type to the community that's attractive to empty nesters, seniors, and single professionals. The residences will provide one-level living with elevator access to a private parking garage with two assigned parking spaces for each resident. Floor plans feature open, spacious living/kitchen areas, covered outdoor balconies, and master suites with his and her walk-in closets, and large master baths. Natural light will pour in large windows and light up each unit's 10-foot ceilings.
The second commercial building to the north will offer modern restaurant and office space that works in harmony with the flat roof lines of the historic commercial structure throughout the town center.
Partnering with Miller Valentine, Greiwe Development built the 114-unit Park Place at Lytle Place to double the number of condominiums in downtown Cincinnati in 2004.
Since 2006, Greiwe Development has partnered with Sibcy Cline and North American Properties on 2770 Observatory and the five-phased Mariemont development consisting of 120 condominiums. Established in 1954 and headquartered in Cincinnati, North American Properties is a leader in the real estate industry. The company has developed 22 million square feet of commercial space and 19,000 residential units in 15 states. The company is best known in Cincinnati for Edgecliff Point, the city's first luxury high rise condominium in Eden Park overlooking the Ohio River. Recently the company purchased Newport on the Levee and plans a major redevelopment.