STATEMENT FROM THE COVINGTON BUSINESS COUNCIL
These unprecedented times call for bold measures in battling the potentially deadly COVID-19 virus. The Covington Business Council Board of Directors today unanimously voted to suspend all of its public meetings until further notice. In addition to holding no public events -- such as CBC Connects, monthly luncheons, Hard Hat Tours, and socials – during this time, all volunteer meetings, such as board and committee meetings, will be held remotely. The CBC staff also will work remotely when possible.
The health and safety of the CBC staff, our stakeholders, and our community is of primary importance. We will continue to monitor phone and email communications in the upcoming weeks to answer questions or provide assistance to our member businesses. And we will keep you apprised of any updates in the coming weeks.
Two excellent resources for more information are from the Centers For Disease Control and from the Commonwealth of Kentucky:
The Covington Business Council’s mission is to advocate for a healthy business climate in Kentucky. Our organization has more than tripled the number of member businesses in the past decade to just over 400. We host over 100 events annually and provide our members access to opportunity and growth.
The Covington Business Council is an independent organization whose mission is to build a positive business environment in Covington, KY. Founded in 1972, the CBC is a driving force behind the astonishing evolution of Covington as the vibrant place to live and to do business that it is today.
If you have a business in Covington - or if you want to do business here - we invite you to join the CBC or become one of our sponsors.
Grow with us!
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Exciting residential and commercial developments have been completed, are under construction, or are in the planning stages in Covington. They represent over $150M in new investment with more to come. Here is a list of recent projects:
- Hotel Covington: Historic renovation: an upscale boutique hotel, restaurant and bar
- Braxton Brewing: A 11,000 sq. ft. brewery and taproom
- The Boone Block: Historic renovation; residential
- The Mutual Building: Historic renovation; mixed-use residential & commercial
- CTI Clinical Trial and Consulting Services: Headquarters relocation to RiverCenter Towers
- Huntington Bank: Building rehab; employee relocation
- Duveneck Square: New construction; Mixed-use residential & commercial
- 501 Main: New construction; Mixed-use residential & commercial
- Riverfront Commons: Pedestrian walkway along the Ohio River
- RiverCenter Towers: Renovation; offices, restaurants, retail
- Road ID: Historic renovation: manufacturing and headquarters relocation
- Streetscapes: Underground utilities, street trees, mast arm poles, decorative street lights, roadway resurfacing and signal improvements
- The Bradford: Historic renovation; mixed-use residential & commercial
- Bavarian Brewery: Historic renovation; relocation of Kenton County administration campus
- John R Green: New construction; residential and public parking
- The Madison Flats: New construction; residential
- Riverfront Commons: New park on the banks of the Ohio River – phase 1
Link here for more details.
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