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Groundbreaking Thursday for Fifth and Race development

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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

A groundbreaking ceremony was held Thursday morning for a new development at Fifth and Race streets in downtown Cincinnati.

The two-acre site on the northwest corner is a City of Cincinnati-owned parking lot that has long been considered prime real estate for redevelopment.

The proposed project includes an approximate 1,000-space parking garage, approximately 40,000 SF of retail/commercial space, an approximate 250,000 square foot headquarters building for dunnhumbyUSA, and a potential 200-unit residential building.

dunnhumbyUSA would own its own headquarters building, and the potential residential developer would own, lease and manage the rental units.

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