Big news from Blue Ash businesses
Belcan LLC, a leader in engineering project management, is expected to create an additional 400 jobs in the company's expansion project in the City of Blue Ash. The company will move its headquarters to the building (above) at 10150 Carver Road. Read more.

Bon Secours Mercy Health will return workers to its former Blue Ash headquarters. The health system will use the space to accommodate executives from its Cincinnati market and Mid-America group. Read more.

InfoTrust, a digital analytics consulting company, will be tripling its workforce in Blue Ash thanks to City and State incentives. The company is expected to grow to 95 employees. Read more.

Landrum & Brown, a global aviation planning and development firm, is expanding operations in Blue Ash and will be leasing space in the Lake Forest Place Building (24,000 sq. ft.) on Lake Forest Drive.

Sage Sure Insurance plans to add dozens of new employees in Pfeiffer Woods and has increased its footprint there from 3,000 sq. ft. to 14,000 sq. ft.
New in Town
Several more companies have recently announced expansions or relocations to the City of Blue Ash.

  • OHM Systems, Inc., an MRP/ERP software company, will be relocating to Blue Ash. The company recently purchased the 13,000 sq. ft. office/warehouse at 10895 Indeco Drive. Read more.

  • TSC Apparel is moving its headquarters to Blue Ash. The move, by one of the regions top private companies, will bring about 100 jobs and an annual payroll of over $6 million to Blue Ash.

  • ClinMunications, a high-tech, healthcare communications company, has moved its operations to Pfeiffer Woods at 5151 Pfeiffer Road.

  • Home Helpers Home Care, a company providing in-home care to seniors, will be moving into the Northmark I Building (10,000 sq. ft) on Alliance Road in Blue Ash on January 1.

  • Landmark Health a home health care provider, is now leasing a 6,000 sq. ft. space at Pfeiffer Woods.

  • Currito has opened its new location at 9525 Kenwood Road in Blue Ash. The restaurant features delicious, healthy food choices, including salads, smoothies, bowls and burritos.

  • Brown and Caldwell, an environmental engineering firm, will be leasing a 7,000 sq. ft. space in the Lake Forest Place Building at 4445 Lake Forest Drive.
Coming soon: The Approach at Summit Park
Excitement is building for the new mixed-use development, The Approach at Summit Park.

The resort-inspired community will feature one to three bedroom luxury apartments overlooking the picturesque 130-acre Summit Park and it's iconic observation tower. Residents will be within walking distance of the park's restaurants, playgrounds, walking trails, dog park, events, and activities.

The Approach's amenities include a clubhouse, pool, fitness center, and coffee bar. Click here for a behind the scenes tour of the development in progress.

Phase one is scheduled to open in January. If you would like information on leasing at The Approach email Blake McBee or call 317-554-6668.
The future of downtown Blue Ash
The City of Blue Ash council and city administrators are taking an in-depth look at options for new developments in the downtown corridor.

Council members have toured nearby cities to see how they have transformed outdated areas with new aesthetic styles, cutting-edge architecture and mixed-used structures.

While city leaders weigh their options, there is a six-month moratorium in effect for downtown development proposals and projects in Blue Ash.
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You're invited! Find the RIGHT employees
You strive to find the right candidates to fill open positions, and you want to keep talented employees around for many years to come. These simple goals can be a struggle, but an upcoming workshop in Blue Ash can help.

On Thursday, August 22, you will learn from experts Neil Hornsby, COO of Pro Football Focus, Larry Kavanagh, CEO of Navistone, and Gigi Meyer Escoe, Interim Dean of Experience-Based Learning and Career Education at U.C., as they share their best practices for finding and keeping the best employees.  

This event is free and at the Summit Park Lookout Tower Community Room at 4335 Glendale-Milford Road from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. Beer, wine, and heavy hors d'oeuvres will be served. Click here to register. 

The HCDC Office of Innovation + Creativity has a proven success record of helping stage two companies with strategic growth. Learn more about new OIC Director Paul G. Fisher here.
Faster, safer commutes
Workers all over the tri-state cope with long commutes, and those who work in Blue Ash are no exception. To cut down on travel times and increase safety the City will be constructing four roundabouts in the coming years.

The first one is under construction now at Glendale-Milford Road at Lake Forest Drive, near Summit Park. Al. Neyer is constructing this roundabout as part of the Neighborhoods at Summit Park development project. The roadway will not be closed, but drivers can expect some delays until the roundabout is complete at the end of this year or early next year.

In 2021, construction is expected to begin on roundabouts at Plainfield Road and Hunt Road, Plainfield Road and Peppermill Lane, and at the entrance to the Kroger on Hunt Road.

The City of Blue Ash will bring you more details on these projects in the coming months. 
Fire safety at the office
The Blue Ash Fire Department will help your small, medium or large business with fire safety, fire drills, and evacuation plans. Read More.
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