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Commercial Real Estate in Cincinnati, OH - 459 Properties Available

  • Vora Solution Center - Cincinnati
    100 Tri County Pkwy, Springdale, Cincinnati, OH 45246
    For Lease $14.95/Sqft/Yearly
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 100,000 Sqft
  • Executive Plaza II - Cincinnati
    134 Merchant Street, Springdale, Cincinnati, OH 45246
    For Lease $9.95/Sqft/Yearly
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 87,978 Sqft
  • One Northlake Place - Cincinnati
    11500 Northlake Drive, Brecon, Cincinnati, OH 45249
    For Lease $11/Sqft/Yearly
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 15 Spaces
    • 86,146 Sqft
  • Sharonview Corporate Center - Cincinnati
    11499 Chester Road, Sharonville, Cincinnati, OH 45246
    For Lease $13.5/Sqft/Yearly
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 10 Spaces
    • 65,850 Sqft
  • Northland Tower - Cincinnati
    650 Northland Blvd, Forest Park, Cincinnati, OH 45240
    For Lease $9.95 - $13.5/Sqft/Yearly
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 60,000 Sqft
  • Executive Centre 2 - Cincinnati
    55 Merchant Street, Springdale, Cincinnati, OH 45246
    For Lease $21.81/Sqft/Yearly
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 43,115 Sqft
  • Northmark II - Cincinnati
    10123 Alliance Road, Blue Ash, Cincinnati, OH 45242
    For Lease $18.75/Sqft/Yearly
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 3 Spaces
    • 28,155 Sqft
  • One Crowne Point - Cincinnati
    1 Crowne Point Drive, Sharonville, Cincinnati, OH 45241
    For Lease $16.5/Sqft/Yearly
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 6 Spaces
    • 26,417 Sqft
  • Hills Corporate Park - Kenwood Professional Building & Kenwood Corporate Center - Blue Ash
    9403 Kenwood Road, Blue Ash, OH 45242
    For Lease $13.5 - $19/Sqft/Yearly
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 5 Spaces
    • 15,266 Sqft
  • Executive Plaza I - Cincinnati
    144 Merchant Street, Springdale, Cincinnati, OH 45246
    For Lease $9.95/Sqft/Yearly
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 89,579 Sqft
  • The Tower at Kenwood Collection - Cincinnati
    5901 East Galbraith Road, Kenwood, Cincinnati, OH 45236
    For Lease $21/Sqft/Yearly
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 27,402 Sqft
  • Cornerstone at Norwood - 4000 Smith Road - Cincinnati
    4000 Smith Road, Norwood, Cincinnati, OH 45209
    For Lease $24/Sqft/Yearly
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 23,450 Sqft
  • American Laundry Building - Cincinnati
    5050 Section Avenue, Norwood, Cincinnati, OH 45212
    For Lease $21.5/Sqft/Yearly
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 3 Spaces
    • 22,781 Sqft
  • 2727 Madison Road - Cincinnati
    2727 Madison Road, Oakley, Cincinnati, OH 45209
    For Lease $15 - $19/Sqft/Yearly
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 2 Spaces
    • 20,000 Sqft
  • 4411 Montgomery Road - Norwood
    4411 Montgomery Road, Norwood, OH 45212
    For Lease $9.95/Sqft/Yearly
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 20,000 Sqft
  • Executive Plaza III - Cincinnati
    135 Merchant Street, Springdale, Cincinnati, OH 45246
    For Lease $10.5/Sqft/Yearly
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 13,439 Sqft
  • Carver Woods Executive Center - Blue Ash
    4420 Carver Woods Drive, Blue Ash, OH 45242
    For Lease $15/Sqft/Yearly
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 2 Spaces
    • 9,517 Sqft
  • 36 East 7th Street - Cincinnati
    36 Seventh St. E, Downtown Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH 45202
    For Lease $12.5/Sqft/Yearly
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 15 Spaces
    • 132,492 Sqft
  • The Baldwin Offices - Cincinnati
    625 Eden Park Dr., Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, OH 45202
    For Lease $14/Sqft/Yearly
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 5 Spaces
    • 25,889 Sqft
  • 10856 Reed Hartman Hwy - Cincinnati
    10856 Reed Hartman Hwy, Blue Ash, Cincinnati, OH 45242
    For Lease $17.95/Sqft/Yearly
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 19,924 Sqft
  • Century Office Center - Cincinnati
    11590 Century Blvd., Springdale, Cincinnati, OH 45246
    For Lease $9.5/Sqft/Yearly
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 4 Spaces
    • 9,005 Sqft
  • Blue Ash Business Place I - Blue Ash
    4340 Glendale-Milford Rd., Blue Ash, OH 45242
    For Lease $10/Sqft/Yearly
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 3 Spaces
    • 8,012 Sqft
  • Executive Building - Cincinnati
    35 Seventh St. E, Downtown Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH 45202
    For Lease $9/Sqft/Yearly
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 4,740 Sqft
  • Baldwin 600 - Humana Center - Cincinnati
    640 Eden Park Drive, Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, OH 45202
    Contact for pricing
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 6 Spaces
    • 249,845 Sqft
  • Governor's Hill (8600/8650) - Mason
    8600-8650 Governors Hill Dr., Sixteen Mile Stand, Mason, OH 45249
    For Lease $10.5/Sqft/Yearly
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 11 Spaces
    • 161,905 Sqft

Cincinnati, OH Economic Overview

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Located on the banks of the Ohio River, Cincinnati is the fastest growing economy in the Midwest. A former boomtown, the city lost some of its size in the late 19th century, with the change America experienced from shipping goods on rivers to shipping them on railroads. Today, Cincinnati’s economy is driven by corporations, universities, and professional sports teams. With median real estate prices far below national average, Cincinnati’s commercial real estate is great for businesses looking to open in a market that will see continual growth in the coming years.

Cincinnati’s tourism is driven by major Fortune 500 corporations, universities, and professional sports teams. Home to Procter & Gamble, Kroger, Macy’s, Inc., and a major General Electric’s headquarters, much of Cincinnati’s older buildings are being re-developed for potential business in the future. The University of Cincinnati, one of the largest universities in the country, and the presence of the Cincinnati Reds professional baseball team and the Cincinnati Bengals professional football team also contribute to the region’s economy. Cincinnati’s is well connected to other major cities by the Ohio River, the I-75, and the I-71.

Cincinnati, OH Commercial Real Estate Market

Cincinnati’s past as a boomtown and central location for German immigrants is noticeable in its architecture. Many of the city’s older buildings remained abandoned and gradually degraded, until, in the late-1990s and early 2000s, Cincinnati and towns in its metropolitan area began investing in redevelopment, turning former factories into office space.

The Downtown Cincinnati office market caters to finance, business, and legal services, while also including a growing private real estate market for apartments and living in the city. Kroger, Macy’s, E.W. Scripps Company, Fifth Third Bank, and Procter & Gamble are only a few of the major corporations that are headquartered here. Downtown is also home to numerous cultural and entertainment venues—most notably The Banks, a waterfront mixed-use development that contains bars and restaurants—and the stadiums for the Reds and Bengals.

Over-the-Rhine may be the oldest continually running and intact historic district in the United States. This area has long been a working class neighborhood with housing, retail, and factory space. Today, these historic buildings are being re-developed for commercial and retail use. Due to the historical significance of many of these properties and the cultural value of their architecture, Over-the-Rhine is becoming one of the most in-demand areas in Cincinnati.

Queensgate is the former home of numerous industrial and commercial warehouses, as well as the slaughterhouses that led to Cincinnati’s nickname of “Porkopolis." Queensgate’s industrial real estate is being incorporated into a master-planned development that will accommodate eco-friendly manufacturing, retail, and other business sectors.

Cincinnati, OH Office Sales Volume

Data provided by Yardi Matrix, for properties larger than 50K SF, which sold at over $5M.

Cincinnati, OH Office Transactions

Data provided by Yardi Matrix, for properties larger than 50K SF, which sold at over $5M.

Cincinnati, OH Commercial Inventory Breakdown

Office Spaces

Total: 41,866,928 SF

Data provided by Yardi Matrix, properties over 50k SF, includes office with retail

By square footage range:

  • 50k to 100k SF: 9,648,757 SF / 23.05% of total office
  • 100k to 500k SF: 22,721,385 SF / 54.27% of total office
  • 500k to 1M SF: 9,496,786 SF / 22.68% of total office

By class:

  • Class A: 16,767,089 SF / 40.05% of total office
  • Class B: 20,263,762 SF / 48.4% of total office
  • Class C: 1,227,353 SF / 2.93% of total office

Industrial

Total: 358,152 SF

Data provided by Yardi Matrix, properties over 50k SF

By square footage range:

  • 50k to 100k SF: 172,152 SF / 48.07% of total industrial
  • 100k to 500k SF: 186,000 SF / 51.93% of total industrial

Employment in Cincinnati, OH

Employment

Cincinnati’s largest employer is the Kroger Company, which employs 21,646. The second-largest is the University of Cincinnati, which employs 16,000 local residents. The third-largest Fortune 500 corporate employer is Procter & Gamble, which employs over 11,000.

The health care industry also greatly contributes, with the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center employing close to 15,000, and TriHealth Inc., a public health care system that brought together the workers in the former Physicians, Bethesda, and Good Samaritan Hospitals.

Education in Cincinnati, OH

The primary provider of public education in the Cincinnati area is the Cincinnati Public School district. CPS operates 16 high schools and dozens of elementary and middle schools. One of CPS’s high schools, Walnut Hills High School, consistently ranks among the nation’s best.

Cincinnati is also home to the nation’s first Montessori high school, Clark Montessori. The Archdiocese of Cincinnati operates 10 high schools, while the Jewish community also operates a number of private schools.

Cincinnati is home to two major universities: the University of Cincinnati and Xavier University. UC is highly ranked for graduate research in engineering, music, architecture, and psychology. The University of Cincinnati’s Medical Center and Children’s Hospital are also some of the best in the United States. Xavier University is a catholic university that provides a great liberal arts education.

Commuting Time in Cincinnati, OH

Cincinnati’s primary means of transportation are the I-75 and I-71. Interstate 75 has been under almost continual construction for the past twenty years, leading to major traffic jams, particularly towards downtown and across the river. As the Ohio Department of Transportation continues expanding the road, traffic will get considerably better, but for now commute time can be a nightmare.

Traffic is further compounded by the fact that Cincinnati doesn’t have many public transportation options. Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority (SORTA) is the area’s main bus-line, while there is a recently constructed streetcar line between Downtown Cincinnati and Over-the-Rhine.

As an alternative for short commutes, many of Cincinnati’s streets are easily walkable.

Cincinnati Demographics

Population

  • Total Population298,957
  • Male Population(48.2 %) 144,077
  • Female Population(51.8 %) 154,880
  • Median Age32.40

Income/Financial

  • Average Household Income$58,863
  • Median Household Income$36,429
  • Median Income Under 25$20,633
  • Median Income 25-44$42,175
  • Median Income 45-64$38,958
  • Median Income Over 65$31,485

News

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