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Boutique law firm signs long-term lease at Newport on the Levee

Gallery building inside Newport on the Levee. FTM file. 

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A downtown Cincinnati law firm has signed a long-term lease for office space at the Newport on the Levee, citing the Levee's redevelopment of the property, which focuses on a multi-commercial appeal. 

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Yocum and Neuroth is a boutique firm with a focus in construction law. According to the Cincinnati Business Courier, it will lease 2,343 square feet of Class A office space at the levee for five years.

The CBC goes on to report that "the law firm, which has been a subtenant of the property since the firm's founding in 2018, will have access to the property’s on-site covered parking, indoor and outdoor spaces for events and meetings, an array of entertainment options, and weekly wellness classes and community events, such as trivia and concerts.

Yocum and Neuroth partner Tom Yocum said the development offers an invigorating work environment.

“I like being able to just walk out of my office, walk around the main galleries atrium area, and see people going about their lives and having fun,” Yocum said. “It's very refreshing to just step away from your desk and be able to experience that. That’s what drew us here.”

Yocum and Neuroth’s lease was signed in June and JLL senior vice president Todd Pease led leasing efforts.

Purchased in December 2018 by North American Properties, Newport on the Levee, located at 1 Levee Way, consists of 380,000 total square feet of leasable retail and office space. About 100,000 square feet of that total is modern office space.

Pease said they have about 75,000 square feet of active deals that they are currently working on or pursuing, with three new office transactions added since the property’s $100 million renovation started."

“Companies want to attract and retain talent and then they want to give their employees and clients a reason to come into the office,” Pease said. “The addition of Yocum and Neuroth shows this.”

Yocum and Neuroth has four full-time employees, including senior members Yocum and Julie Neuroth.

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