Residents and community members recently got an inside look at
, a $10 million, 26-unit condominium development on Miami Avenue in Mariemont.
Twenty-one of the 26 condo units, with an average price of $650,000, have sold in just ten months with residents beginning their move in at the end of October.
"One of the reasons why it's so popular is its location," says Rick Greiwe of project developer Greiwe Development Group. "That and the great architectural quality of the project. We've built a legacy building in that village that will look great for generations."
Featuring unique floor plans, wood floors and high ceilings, the Cole + Russell Architects
-designed development offers contemporary amenities – all while staying true to Mariemont's historical character.
"As promised, we delivered to Mariemont a building that fits right in with John Nolan’s original (1921) master plan," Greiwe says.
Jordan Park replaces a row of seven nondescript 4-flat apartments with a Tudor-styled structure complete with half-timbering and pitched roofs.
"Those apartments were built back in the 1940s, and they were pretty worn out," he says. "There's a pretty big stock of apartments in the village. We're able to offer a new housing type that's not available in Mariemont."
Mariemont's strong village center is the reason Greiwe chose to build Jordan Park, and he's currently working with the village in the hopes of developing condos with a broader price range and wider appeal.
"I try to build community with my residential developments," he says. "It's paramount to the kind of development that I do. There was already a strong community in place, which is why this area was so high on my list."
Writer: Kevin LeMaster
Source: Rick Greiwe, Greiwe Development GroupPhotography by Scott Beseler