This Uptown project is expected to transform a neighborhood

The Node will start with 130,000 square feet of research/office space, a 160-room class A hotel, 180 multifamily residential units and up to 10,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space.  Rendering by BHDP Architecture

The Node will start with 130,000 square feet of research/office space, a 160-room class A hotel, 180 multifamily residential units and up to 10,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space.

Rendering by BHDP Architecture

MLK Investors controls over 30 acres of land adjacent to the University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Children Hospital campuses. The first phase of development will anchor a linear greenway system that connects the developing neighborhoods of Avondale and Walnut Hills into the heart of the district. The project utilizes convertible parking designs that can be transitioned into public amenities for events and, eventually, permanently as the corridor densifies to become more transit and pedestrian friendly. In addition to the master plan and development strategy, YARD & Company is providing community/stakeholder engagement and Planned Development approval support for the development group.