Mixed-use residential developments are a key component to 3CDC's strategy for revitalizing Cincinnati's urban core. The residents are the lifeblood of urban communities and go hand-in-hand with vibrant street-level commercial spaces filled with small, locally-owned businesses. These businesses also serve as an attractive amenity for residents, making this mixed-use approach an ideal setup.
3CDC has completed dozens of mixed-use residential developments, resulting in nearly 600 condos and more than 1,000 apartment units and creating 1.3 million square feet of commercial space. Like 3CDC's Civic Space projects, several mixed-use residential projects, including Court & Walnut, 4th & Race, and 8th & Sycamore, among others, have featured a parking component.
Court & Walnut
This development was a partnership between 3CDC, Kroger, North American Properties, Northpointe Group and Rookwood Properties. Completed in the fall of 2019, 3CDC led the development, which resulted in an 18-story mixed-used development that includes a grocery store, parking garage, and residential units. Kroger owns and manages the 45,000 SF grocery store, which includes a full-service grocery store on the first floor and a food hall, bar, and wine/beer sales on the second floor. 3CDC owns and manages the 560-space parking garage, which includes 139 residential spaces and 139 spaces reserved for Kroger customers and employees, in addition to public parking. Lastly, North American Properties, Northpointe Group, and Rookwood Properties owns and manages the residential portion, which includes 139 market-rate apartments.