Cincinnati Business Courier | Banks project gets national recognition
The Banks riverfront project has been named a finalist in several categories among public-private partnership projects across the country.
The project is a finalist for “best social infrastructure project,” while Frost Brown Todd, whose attorney, Tom Gabelman has been counsel to Hamilton County on the project, is a finalist for best legal adviser on a public-private partnership project, according to a news release.
Winners of the awards, which are presented by the London-based P3 Bulletin, will be announced in Las Vegas in October.
“Cincinnati is in the midst of an urban and economic renaissance, and the success of the Banks has been a significant catalyst for that transformation,” said Dan McCarthy, the Banks project executive for master developer Carter, which is based in Atlanta. “The Banks is setting a new standard for public-private partnerships, and Frost Brown Todd has been a major reason why.”
By Chris Wetterich - Staff reporter and columnist, Cincinnati Business Courier
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