By Jill Morenz
The Catalytic Fund
If you’re curious about what’s happening at Dayton’s riverfront Manhattan Harbour development, this week’s episode of Beyond the Curb: River City Living will answer your questions.
The episode takes viewers inside the model townhome that is one of a pair recently completed along the river. The chic spaces are flexible for homeowners because they offer one-level living with a bedroom and full bath on the first floor, along with two additional bedrooms with en suite baths and a den on the second floor.
One of the best features of the homes is the close connection to the river that residents experience. The walking paths along and on top of the levee are also a popular amenity.
Manhattan Harbour Yacht Club is right down the street, offering a restaurant with live music on the weekends, in addition to docking space for boats of many sizes. Even people who don’t own a boat can enjoy the relaxed vibe with views of houseboats, yachts and sailboats bobbing gently on the water.
Currently under construction or nearing construction are high-end condominiums in different configurations. There are links on Beyond the Curb’s episode webpage for more info about the available options.
The developers are working to create a community that takes advantage of the walkability of Dayton and Bellevue’s charming entertainment districts, the welcoming atmosphere of the yacht club and all the river-focused activities accessible from Manhattan Harbour.
All episodes of Beyond the Curb: River City Living can be viewed at www.BeyondtheCurb.org/video-tours. New episodes come out on Fridays.
The Catalytic Fund is the private sector, not-for-profit organization that provides financing assistance and related services for developers of quality residential and commercial real estate projects in Northern Kentucky’s urban cities of Ludlow, Covington, Newport, Bellevue, and Dayton. Its mission is to accelerate Northern Kentucky’s urban renaissance through targeted investments in catalytic real estate development projects in urban neighborhoods.