After the skyline, our name just might be the first thing you notice about Downtown Cincinnati. When driving north on the Brent Spence Bridge, look to the right and you will see the Al. Neyer logo on our office building at 3rd and Plum streets. A proud member of DCI, we love making our mark on the Cincinnati skyline, but Al. Neyer’s impact on the Queen City goes far beyond our name in lights.
With a history dating as far back as 1894, Al. Neyer has helped build Downtown Cincinnati, including some of the city’s prominent buildings. Previous generations built many historical buildings including St. Louis Church at the corner of 8th and Walnut streets, and the old Gibson Hotel on Walnut between 4th and 5th streets.
Today, many people live and work in Al. Neyer projects in Downtown Cincinnati. The Sycamore Place development and East 8th Apartments are two examples of residential adaptive reuse projects our firm has delivered downtown. Giving old buildings new life with modern operating systems and interiors is one of our specialties, and we’ve used that approach other projects including the dunnhumbyUSA headquarters at 44 W. 3rd Street, and our own building at 302 West 3rd, which we share with companies including POSSIBLE and Kroger Personal Finance.
And if you ever park a car in Downtown Cincinnati, you might be familiar with some of our work, too. We built a parking garage at Vine Street and Central Parkway to meet Kroger’s workforce growth, and another parking garage at the corner of Broadway and Seventh streets. The latter corner is the site of one of our newest projects that involves building more than 100 luxury apartments atop the parking garage. It offers future residents a convenient location and sweeping views of the Ohio River and the rolling hills of Kentucky.
We’re excited to be a part of Cincinnati’s iconic skyline, but we’re even more proud of how we’ve helped create and improve many spaces in the heart of our city. 120 years is a long time for a company to do business in Queen City, and the entire Al. Neyer team looks forward to another 120 years in Cincinnati and beyond.