Baby Boomers Desire an Urban, Walking Lifestyle

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USA Today had an interesting article about housing trends for Baby Boomers. These homeowners are drawn to an urban lifestyle where they can walk to stores, restaurants and events. Read the article here.

Thinking of moving to a carefree lifestyle in an urban setting? Sibcy Cline is representing quite a few such condominiums and town home developments where you can walk:

Bradford Place in Madeira. There is only one unit left! You are minutes away from downtown Madeira and all its restaurants and shops!

Emery Park and Nolen Park in Mariemont. These two lifestyle condominiums are located in the heart of downtown Mariemont, so you can walk to everything.

Park Manor in Blue Ash. You can walk to the Blue Ash Square, library, or even head into downtown Montgomery if you like!

SouthShore in Newport.  Walk to Newport or downtown Cincinnati! Sporting events, festivals, museums and restaurants are just minutes away.

See all of Sibcy Cline’s Lifestyle Condominiums here.

Sibcy Cline’s Nolen Park in Mariemont Has Topping Out Ceremony

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The Topping Out Ceremony for Nolen Park in Mariemont, held on August 14, 2013, celebrated the Scandinavian tradition of blessing the building and giving thanks to the workers and nature’s materials that brought it to life. Paul Rasmussen, pastor of Mariemont Community Church, offered the blessing and reflected on the 1300-year-old ritual during which an evergreen is hoisted to the top of the new structure – a good luck charm for future occupants.

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As a tribute to Bill Coors of Forge Lumber who unexpectedly passed away in April 2013, Nolen Park’s subcontractors signed the final beam installed on the roof. Bill left his mark on many Greater Cincinnati projects. Working much of his life in the construction industry, he carved out a career as a highly regarded expert in building material supply for large multi-unit residential projects – including Jordan Park and Emery Park. His work spanned across 40 years and earned him the deep respect and friendship of customers and colleagues alike.

A proclamation from the Hamilton County Commission was presented to all of the project’s workers, which marked the day “Cincinnati Craftsman Appreciation Day.” Citing Bill and recently retired Mariemont Building Commissioner Dennis Malone as exemplary models in the industry, event organizers thanked all those helping to make the Jordan, Emery and Nolen Park condominium projects a reality. Dennis retired from his position after serving the Mariemont community for the past 30 years.

After the ceremony, the framers and subcontractor representatives enjoyed breakfast together to celebrate the occasion.

With the structure of the building just now nearing completion, Nolen Park has already sold 19 of its 26 residences – leaving only seven available in advance of the December grand opening. 

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A sister project, Emery Park, has 23 of its 31 residences sold.

Coming Soon To Mariemont
Customer demand continues to grow for walkable communities with great lifestyle amenities like Mariemont’s Village Square. Greiwe Development, along with partners North American Properties and Sibcy Cline, intends to announce the next phase of the project in Mariemont this fall. Stay tuned!

Models Available for Tours
Furnished models at Emery Park are available to tour every Sunday, 1-4pm at 3901 West Street. For personal tours, contact Patti Sibcy (513-254-1776) or Elaine Greiwe (513-238-7980).