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REDI Cincinnati Supports the Development of 41 Acres in Georgetown, Ohio

GEORGETOWN, Ohio – June 20, 2024 – REDI Cincinnati continues its commitment to support the creation of needed sites in the region by providing access to funding for the Georgetown Port Authority (GPA) from the REDI Site Revolving Loan Fund. This investment will facilitate the development of a 41-acre industrial park in Georgetown, Ohio, creating opportunities for economic growth and expansion.

The property is undeveloped, and GPA will use REDI Cincinnati’s Site Revolving Loan Fund support to prepare a site development and preliminary engineering plan. Established in September 2023, the GPA’s objective is to develop economic development opportunities for existing businesses to expand and attract new businesses.

“Requests for site visits in our region from companies looking to expand or locate here has set historical highs each of the last three years,” said Kevin Donnelly, REDI Cincinnati vice president for project management. “The Site Revolving Loan Fund supports critical infrastructure financing gaps, giving communities another option for assistance to increase the inventory of shovel-ready sites.”

“We’re excited to receive support from REDI Cincinnati for this important project,” said Kelly Bolington, Village of Georgetown Mayor and GPA Board Member. “The development of the Georgetown Port Authority industrial park will position our community to aggressively compete for economic development project opportunities.”

REDI Cincinnati established the Site Revolving Loan Fund to advance the Cincinnati region’s competitive readiness by investing in commercial and industrial sites, creating an inventory of shovel-ready sites.

Communities interested in learning more about REDI Cincinnati’s Site Revolving Loan Fund are encouraged to contact Andrea Pinho, REDI Cincinnati director of sites & real estate (


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