The interior and exterior of The Olson has been completed, and once water service is implemented in the building, the project will be finished. The building’s five residential units are expected to be on the market by the end of May.
The Globe Building’s roof deck was completed in late April, pushing the project one step closer to its impending completion. In addition, Kurte Platte Architecture & Design is scheduled to move into its new home on the fourth floor in early May, joining philanthropic lab People’s Liberty.
Construction on the Esther Marie Hatton Center for Women is scheduled to be completed in early June. Current work on the building’s exterior includes the completion of masonry and siding, as well as window installation. Inside, drywalling, finishing, painting and flooring is all ongoing.
Demolition inside the YMCA is scheduled to start in early May. The project is anticipated to close by the end of May, with full construction expected to begin in early June. Plans call for the renovation to be completed in spring 2016.
At Parksite, the elevator and new stairs to the roof have been completed. In addition, new windows have been installed on both sides of the building, and will be installed on the front façade around Memorial Day. Units are in preliminary framing stages and are on schedule to be complete in mid-September.
Work is progressing nicely at the Drop Inn Center Men’s Facility. The basement winter shelter is nearly complete, and the construction of masonry walls in the new 4,000-square-foot interior courtyard is ongoing. Construction is currently focused on the main first floor shelter and client areas. Meanwhile, roof and exterior work is also underway.
The first of two buildings at City Gospel Mission’s new campus was officially completed and opened its doors on April 9. Building 2 is still under construction, and is expected to be completed in late June. Current work includes drywalling in the basement and on the first two floors, along with rough ins on the third floor. On the exterior, brick cleaning is nearly finished and window installation is ongoing.
The Race Street Condos portion of the 15th & Race project received approval from the Historic Conservation Board in early April, opening the door for the first phase of the project to begin later this spring.
Work on the future home of Cintrifuse, the Brandery, and CincyTech is in full swing. Current construction includes structural work in the sub-basement, masonry infill construction, roofing, window restoration, interior framing, and mechanical, electric, and plumbing rough-ins.