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ULI Cincinnati’s WLI Shares The Port’s Six-Year Impact Report

ULI Cincinnati is proud to partner with The Port and their efforts in making a significant impact in Hamilton County and the City of Cincinnati over the last six years.

During The Port’s recent annual meeting, Mayor John Cranley and President of the Hamilton County Board of Commissioners Todd Portune joined ULI Cincinnati and WLI member, Laura Brunner, President and CEO of The Port, their board members and stakeholders in sharing a summary of how The Port is making real estate work for the prosperity of everyone in Hamilton County.

We hope you will take the time to read about their work bringing industrial property back to life in order to attract manufacturers and create new, good-paying jobs, revitalizing our neighborhoods and providing public finance tools to support development in our County. The report and videos from The Port’s event are available at http://bit.ly/PortImpact.

In the spring, Laura Brunner and her team began an analysis of how they could share their story and convey all of the work they’re doing. During this analysis, they discovered that their name, The Port, was meaningful and they are embracing it moving forward as a conduit between the public sector, neighborhoods and the private sector. Their new brand  showcases their three strategic pillars – industrial revitalization, neighborhood revitalization and public finance.

From those at ULI Cincinnati, congratulations to Laura Brunner and The Port on six years of impact.

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