The opening of the Union Centre Boulevard in December 1997 brought a dramatic change in the development pattern in the greater Cincinnati area. Union Centre Boulevard has quickly become the preferred business location in the tri-state region. Since the opening of the interchange more than 20 years ago, West Chester has reaped more than $3.66 billion in new investment, more than 37 million square feet in new construction, and nearly 43,000 new jobs.
The photo gallery features images of new office, industrial, commercial, educational, medical and technical facilities that have been constructed in West Chester Township.
Contingent Network Services, a national IT services company specializing in a wide array of information technology services focused primarily on design, deployment and support of WAN and LAN infrastructure, announced it will relocate and expand its existing West Chester business. Contingent broke ground on its new 50,000 square-foot corporate headquarters at 4370 Port Union Road west of Princeton-Glendale Road/SR747. This $3.5 million project, located on an 18-acre development called the Eco-Tech Park, will be the tri-state’s first ‘green’ office park featuring environmentally friendly solar electricity, recycled building materials, extensive natural lighting, and an irrigation system using reclaimed water. Contingent has approximately 80 employees. Additional acreage is available for further ‘green’ developments. www.contingent.net