CINCINNATI – Peter Frey can see the end in sight.
Installation of sprinkler, electric and plumbing systems are well under way at Grandin Properties’ Park West development in Over-the-Rhine.
Framing and drywall should be finished by July 1. He expects to start giving tours to prospective tenants soon after.
“We haven’t had any bumps in the last month, so that’s a great thing,” said Frey, who is pictured below. Frey is business development manager for Hyde Park-based Grandin.
To give the public a better idea of what it takes to bring a historic building back to life, Grandin has given WCPO exclusive access to the Park West project from start to finish to document the work involved.
WCPO Insiders can see photographs of the latest renovation work and read about the progress, including when the developer will start giving tours.
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