Official groundbreaking ceremony set for Tuesday, Feb. 4, at 10 a.m.
|Ceremonial groundbreaking for One Highland will take place Tues. Feb 4.|
UPDATE 2/4/20: Watch the groundbreaking ceremony here.
|Groundbreaking Ceremony for One Highland|
By Jessica Eden
The new development, called One Highland, located at the corner of North Fort Thomas Avenue, will officially break ground this week. The official ceremony will be held Tuesday, Feb. 4 at 10 a.m.
This project is a joint effort between Greiwe Development, North American Properties, and Sibcy Cline. Attendees at the ceremony will include;
- Rick Greiwe, Greiwe Development principal
- Tom Williams, North American Properties president and CEO
- Rob Sibcy, Sibcy Cline chairman
- Fort Thomas Councilman Roger Peterman
- Fort Thomas City Administrative Officer Ron Dill
- Campbell County Commissioner Tom Lampe
Project partners for One Highland include; Joshua One, M+A Architects, Martin Koepke Landscape Design and Greiwe Interiors.
Rick Greiwe of Griewe Development described the development's narrative for Fort Thomas.
The space will be divided into luxury condominiums (ranging from $695,000 - $1,200,000) and commercial spaces. One Highland will also have resident parking below street level in a private parking garage, and public parking available on a surface lot with an estimated 40 spaces.
“One Highland will enhance what our city already has to offer to our residents. From new-to-market housing options and modern commercial space, the added amenities will only serve to improve our quality of life,” said Fort Thomas Councilman Roger Peterman. “Making this project a reality is a great investment for our community now and for future generations.”
|Rendering for One Highland, the new development along North Fort Thomas Avenue.|
The mixed-use, three-level building will enhance Fort Thomas’ downtown urban environment, providing 12,000 square feet of new opportunities for commercial functions at the corner of Highland and North Fort Thomas Avenues. It will have large storefront windows, accessible tenant spaces and outdoor areas.
The second phase of the project will introduce an additional two-level commercial building with 8,400 square feet of space. A 30-foot wide garden between the phase one and phase two buildings will add greenspace to the property. Modern commercial office and retail space is currently not available in the city center.
According to the release, the condos are designed with empty nesters, seniors and single professionals in mind, One Highland’s one-level living condominium residences will be on its second and third levels— a new-to-market housing option for the area. Residents will enjoy one-level living that includes elevator access to a private parking garage with two assigned parking spaces and storage for every unit. Each residence will offer open living and kitchen areas, designer finishes, covered outdoor balconies, and master suites with dual walk-in closets and spacious en suite baths. Large windows and 10-foot ceilings will provide natural light throughout. Third-floor spaces will have additional vaulted ceilings.
The residences will include 5 different floor plans ranging in size from 1,700 to 2,860 square feet. The layout sizes are below;
Commercial sales, handled by Michelle Klingenberg and Terry Ohnmeis of Cushman and Wakefield, will start this month and last through June 2020. The condos will go up for sale in April and showings will be managed by Pam and Doug Schuerman of Sibcy Cline.
The project is expected to be completed by Fall 2021. You can learn more by clicking here.