Cincinnati-based Remark Hospitality Development Company (RHD) in conjunction with Core Redevelopment is working to transform the historic Woodward High School / former SCPA building into a multi-use development. RHD will present its plan to the Pendleton Neighborhood Council at 7pm, Monday, March 11 at the Main Public Library in the 3rd floor Tower Room. The
Community members packed the house as John Watson, CEO of Indianapolis-based Core Redevelopment, presented preliminary plans for the development of the former SCPA and Woodward High School building on Broadway Street in Pendleton. Core purchased the property at auction in December of 2012 for $1.3 million and this was their first public release of their
Core Redevelopment, the new owner and developer of the former Woodward/SCPA property, will present its initial plans for the landmark piece of real estate at a public meeting Wednesday, January 9 at 6:30pm at the Main Public Library on the 3rd floor in the Tower Room. Photo tour: Take a look inside the old SCPA
The following is a guest post by Cincinnati’s resident transit map maven and Pendleton resident Nate Wessel. View his various maps at his Cincy Map website, read his musings on all things transit on the Cincy Transit Blog or like the Cincinnati Transit System Map facebook page. Share your thoughts in the comments. Easing Development Requirements for
The former SCPA / Woodward High School building was recently sold at auction to Indianapolis-based Core Redevelopment. The sale of the huge, historic building has sparked interest due to its unique features and prominent position in the community. The former school has an 1,100 auditorium, two gymnasia, a swimming pool, ornate stained glass windows, and
Indianapolis-based Core Redevelopment placed the winning bid for the former School for the Creative Arts building in a public auction. No word yet on Core’s plans for the property. The 235,000 square foot Renaissance Revival building was constructed in 1907-1908 as the third home for Woodward High School, the first public school west of the Alleghenies.