From the Lane Report: Campbell County | Infrastructure, innovative education, shopping galore

By Kathie Stamps

Campbell County’s long-anticipated Route 9 extension project in Newport, a 1.4-mile road with two lanes in each direction, opened in October 2018, completing a multiyear $45 million project. It created a long-sought four-lane link between I-275 in Wilder, Ky., and downtown Cincinnati, opening a large swath of land for development and redevelopment in Newport and Wilder along the Licking River.

In Highland Heights, a new $105 million Health Innovation Center opened in late 2018 at Northern Kentucky University. Near the NKU campus, ground was broken for a 65,000-s.f. medical office building thanks to a collaborative effort among St. Elizabeth Healthcare, the City of Highland Heights, Campbell County, NKU, OrthoCincy and developer Fairmount Properties. The medical building is the first phase of a Town Center mixed-use project that will soon include restaurants, retail space, a hotel and apartments.

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