CINCINNATI — The Demolition Cincinnati Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati is planning a third and possibly final round of demolitions along Muddy Creek Road this fall. The properties being targeted are on the street between Glenway Avenue and Westbourne Drive in both Cincinnati and Green Township. MSD bought 22 homes on the road in 2017 to 2018. So far, 13 have been demolished.
Crosley Tower, a well-known University of Cincinnati landmark, could be slated for the wrecking ball. The 16-story campus building, which houses biology and chemistry labs, has structural issues that make repairs difficult. Officials are discussing options for the future of the building, and one option is to implode it.
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The Cincinnati riverfront is a different place than it was 20 years ago thanks to the demolition of the old Riverfront Stadium, now known as Cinergy Field. The spectacular implosion of the stadium in 2002 drew crowds that packed office buildings, hotels and restaurants and stood on the Kentucky side of the river to witness history.
Cincinnati Demolition is a testament to perseverance, quality and professionalism. Starting as a one-man operation out of a modest Ohio office, owner Mike O’Rourke built a reputation for doing great work and for conducting his business with integrity. He grew the company into one of the nation’s top demolition specialty contractors offering an integrated scope of demolition and abatement services.