Construction is underway on the new headquarters for dunnhumbyUSA, a company that builds sales and brand value for consumer goods and retail companies. The headquarters will be located on West Third Street downtown. Al. Neyer Inc. is the developer providing design-build services on the project.

The Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation (3CDC) announced that a new upscale bar and lounge is scheduled for completion this summer. The Righteous Room, the former home of the Phoenix Café on Walnut Street downtown, will cater to downtown professionals, theater and Contemporary Arts Center patrons, as well as industry workers from various restaurants. The newly redeveloped building also includes three condos. The total cost of the project is $2.2 million.

Modern Office Methods won top honors at the 2009 imageSource magazine competition honoring excellence in the document management industry. The Blue Ash company was named “2009 Dealer of the Year” at the Perfect Image awards. MOM was also recognized for its dedication to customer service and won honors for most “Outstanding Service Program.”

The Sales and Marketing Council of The Home Builders Association of Greater Cincinnati named Comey & Shepherd City Office president Michael Sweeney the “2008 Realtor of the Year.”

For the second time in four years, Megen Construction Co. won the Aon Build America Award, which recognizes construction projects for their complexity, innovation, success and significance to the construction community and nation. Megen received the 2009 Build America Award for its work building the Fernald Preserve Visitors Center in Harrison. In 2005, it won the award for constructing the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.

The headquarters of Neyer Properties at Keystone Parke in Evanston achieved LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) Gold from the U.S. Green Building Council for its commercial interior space. LEED is a rating system for designing and constructing the world’s greenest, most energy efficient, high-performing buildings.

A complete rehabilitation of Vine Street between Central Parkway and 14th Street in the Gateway Quarter is in the works. The Vine Street streetscape project will bring new streetlights, curbs, sidewalks and landscaping to the Gateway Quarter downtown. The revitalization should be completed by September.