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Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Two HUFF Realty Agents Will List Alexander Circle Homes in Fort Thomas

Iconic Homes to be restored to their Original Luster

HUFF Realty, a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate and one of the region’s largest real estate companies, announces that Joy Amann and Rebecca Weber have been named as the exclusive agents to market the new Alexander Circle development in the Tower Park of Fort Thomas, Kentucky.

The property was transferred from the City of Fort Thomas to Alexander Circle LLC on June 30, 2018. Selected by the City of Fort Thomas, developer Bloomfield/Schon will utilize a holistic approach to refurbish and restore the property, infrastructure, landscape and 16 residences. One new residence will be built for the market respecting the architecture of the site’s former administration building.

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The homes in the Alexander Circle development were built for high ranking United States Army officers in 1889. These historic structures were designed to accommodate the upscale lifestyles suitable for officials and their families. Working in conjunction with the City of Fort Thomas, the Fort Thomas Historic Society and the Kentucky Heritage Council, the developers will restore the homes to their original luster and will update mechanicals, plumbing, heating systems, cooling systems, and functionality integrating the past and present in an environment responsive to the expectations of contemporary living.

“HUFF Realty is excited about the opportunity to participate in the revitalization of Alexander Circle,” said HUFF Realty President Brad DeVries. “We are so proud of the commitment of the HUFF agents Joy Amann and Rebecca Weber who have spent years working with the developer to bring this property to the market.”

With 16 homes, ranging in price from $500,000 to more than $1,000,000, Alexander Circle will offer a rare opportunity for individual homeowners to purchase one the area’s iconic residences and become the stewards of one of Northern Kentucky’s most impressive collection of architectural treasures, preserving them for generations to come.

“Steve Bloomfield and Ken Schon are committed to projects that contribute positively to the surrounding community, represent innovative architecture and design, and are environmentally responsible,” added Rebecca Weber of HUFF Realty. “We are grateful that the City of Fort Thomas has chosen them to restore the wonderful homes of Alexander Circle to their original glory.”

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the 86-acre Tower Park features a gymnasium and recreation center, three sheltered picnic areas, restroom facilities, walking/biking trails, six tennis courts, playground equipment, a lighted baseball/softball field, sand volleyball court, two outdoor basketball courts, a museum and an amphitheater.

“The Alexander Circle development is a very special place, surrounded by a beautiful park and a community noted for its charm, spirit and a premier school system,” said Fort Thomas Mayor, Eric Haas. “We have a rich history here, and breathing new life into this community will help us celebrate that history in a wonderful way. The teams at HUFF Realty and Bloomfield/Schon really understand how important this project is and we couldn’t be more excited to partner with them.”

For more information about Alexander Circle, please contact HUFF Realty agents Joy Amann, (859) 409-9370 or Rebecca Weber, (859) 578-3927 or visit

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