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About MidPointe Crossing

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About the Area:
MidPointe Crossing spans 25 acres between Seymour and Reading in the Cincinnati neighborhoods of Bond Hill, Roselawn, and surrounding neighborhoods.

  • The area has significant buying power under-served by retail such as groceries and department stores.
  • Bond Hill has a central location within Cincinnati MSA with access and connectivity to the entire region
  • St. Aloysius orphanage and the Makatewah Country Club are among several regional landmarks within the four communities of the Seymour/Reading area, which includes state of the art schools, businesses, and civic centers.
  • TechSolve has become an important employment center and is a member of the State of Ohio’s Edison Technology Centers.
  • The Reds Community Fund will construct a year-round training facility in Roselawn Park for its Urban Youth Academy with a goal of expected completion by 2015.

The immediate Seymour/Reading Market Area is defined by a 1.5 mile radius, or 5 minute drive time, around the central intersection of Seymour Avenue and Reading Road. In addition, a three-mile radius around the primary intersection reveals the greater market area that can be captured by typical business activity.


Since February 2013, the Port Authority has worked with the Bond Hill Community, holding discussions and visioning sessions with area business owners, schools, homeowners and law enforcement to address the blighted property and clear the site for future development.  The community envisions a dense, mixed-use development to include  retail, office, residential and greenspace. See potential development stats.

Now cleared and ready for re-development, demolition began on the 25 acre site previously known as Jordan Crossing, or Swifton Commons on October 31, 2013. O’Rourke Wrecking handled the abatement and demolition of the 400,000 square foot shopping center structure, completing the demolition at the end of 2013.

The area begins a new life with a new name, MidPointe Crossing.