A ribbon-cutting is set for Wednesday, Dec. 3 for the opening of Kenwood Crossing II, a Neyer Properties medical office building located west of Kenwood and Galbraith Roads in Sycamore Township.
Tom Weidman, president of the Sycamore Township board of trustees, and Dan Neyer, president of Neyer Properties, will speak at the 10 a.m. event.
Kenwood Crossings II is a 31,600 square foot, Class A medical office space. It is located at 8251 Pine Road, near Jewish Hospital and the Kenwood Towne Center.
Kenwood Crossings II has already leased 3,600 square feet of space to Dr. Dan Buchanan of Kenwood Rehabilitation. It has also leased an additional 16,500 square feet of space, increasing building occupancy to 67 percent.
Neyer Properties partnered with Sycamore Township to build Pine Road, a public access road connecting the project to Galbraith Road.
The project is located in a Tax Increment Financing (TIF) district, so tax monies from the increase in property values there will be used for public improvement projects in that district.
Neyer Properties was able to incorporate many of the same sustainable design attributes used in its Keystone Parke and Red Bank Crossing II projects into Kenwood Crossings II, said Jeff Chamot, development project manager and LEED-AP.
In June 2008, company president Dan Neyer pledged to go green for all future
Class A office projects.
Neyer Properties is a leading real estate investment, land development and commercial development company in the greater Cincinnati and northern Kentucky region. It is headquartered at the $100 million Keystone Parke in Evanston, the tri-state’s first LEED-certified, Class A office campus.
Kenwood Crossings I, 4608 East Galbraith Road, was completed in 2005 and is filled with medical office tenants.
Construction will begin on Kenwood Crossings III, a $7 million project consisting of 40,000 square feet of Class A medical office space, in mid 2009.