Leaders at The Banks seek developer to build concert venue on Cincinnati's riverfront

WCPOPublished: January 24, 2018
Published: January 24, 2018

Leaders in charge of The Banks project have been in talks with two major players interested in building a concert venue on the riverfront.  A new concert venue could draw as many as 300,000 visitors to the banks of the Ohio River every year, creating a steady crowd of foot traffic for the restaurants and bars that have settled at The Banks. Columbus-based concert promoter PromoWest Productions and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra both have interest in constructing the entertainment center.  “We’ve been talking with, and had discussions with, primarily two entities – both based in Ohio,” Tom Gabelman, the attorney who represents the county on The Banks project, said Tuesday.   Leaders in charge of The Banks project have been in talks with two major players interested in building a concert venue on the riverfront.  A new concert venue could draw as many as 300,000 visitors to the banks of the Ohio River every year, creating a steady crowd of foot traffic for the restaurants and bars that have settled at The Banks. Columbus-based concert promoter PromoWest Productions and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra both have interest in constructing the entertainment center.  “We’ve been talking with, and had discussions with, primarily two entities – both based in Ohio,” Tom Gabelman, the attorney who represents the county on The Banks project, said Tuesday.   Leaders in charge of The Banks project have been in talks with two major players interested in building a concert venue on the riverfront.  A new concert venue could draw as many as 300,000 visitors to the banks of the Ohio River every year, creating a steady crowd of foot traffic for the restaurants and bars that have settled at The Banks. Columbus-based concert promoter PromoWest Productions and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra both have interest in constructing the entertainment center.  “We’ve been talking with, and had discussions with, primarily two entities – both based in Ohio,” Tom Gabelman, the attorney who represents the county on The Banks project, said Tuesday.

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