Cincinnati Business Courier
The luxury condo developments featured in this week’s list section offer a look into some downright palatial living conditions in Greater Cincinnati.
Can you imagine waking up every morning to a sprawling view of the Cincinnati skyline? That’s a reality for residents at many of the high-rise condo developments around the city, who also enjoy amenities like on-site massage rooms, in-unit elevators, private drivers, personal firepits and private terraces larger than my apartment.
The Ascent in Covington holds claim to the area’s most expensive condo sale and currently has a unit on the market for $5.45 million
The Ascent in Covington holds claim to the area’s most expensive condo sale and currently… more
In the past, we’ve ranked this list by developments with the highest listing price. To give you a better picture of what Cincinnatians are actually willing to shell out for luxury units, we’re now ranking by highest sale price.
That mixes up the rankings compared to years past quite a bit, but Covington’s Ascent development still has a stronghold on the No. 1 title ( it’s got a unit on the market for $5.45 million, if you’re looking).
Here are the top five most expensive condo developments in the Tri-State and the highest-selling price tags that mark them:
5. Adams Place – $2.1 million
4. Michigan Terrace – $2.2 million
3. Jordan Park – $2,357,899
2. Domaine de la Rive – $2.75 million
1. The Ascent at Roebling’s Bridge – 3,022,259