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Founded in 1954 by William J. Williams and James R. Williams North American Properties, a privately owned real estate started with developing the first mall in the region now known as the Kenwood Towne Center in Cincinnati, Ohio.

 With great success, growth and financial strength, the Corporate Office expanded its footprint across the US and opened regional offices in Dallas, Texas (1989); Ft. Myers, Florida (1988); and Atlanta, Georgia (1996).

 The Cincinnati Office has continued to be a leader in development and management through the region and has over 800 units of Multifamily space and 5.5 million square feet of retail space. North American Properties believes in creating great places that connect people to each other; cities to their souls; partners to opportunities; and individuals to experiences that move them.

LEADERSHIP

Joe Williams

Chairman of the Board
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Tom Williams

President and Chief Executive Officer
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Tony Hobson

Managing Partner
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Kevin Riley

Partner and Chief Operating Officer
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Maggie Dillman

Director, Tax
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Nick Rabin

Senior Vice President
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Amy Townsend

Director, Risk Management
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Sally Westendorf

Director, Family Office
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Sandra Winkle

Human Resources Director
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Wes Goebel

Senior Vice President, Investments

Stories

Tom Williams believes in second chances.

Mallori Ferguson gives back.

News

EXCLUSIVE: NAP transforming Newport on the Levee into bright, 18- hour destination
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Jun 10, 2019
North American Properties plans to start construction in earnest on the redevelopment of Newport on the Levee later this summer.

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Turner Construction chosen by North American Properties for role in Newport on the Levee upgrade
via Northern Kentucky Tribune
Apr 29, 2019
North American Properties has begun the process of re-activating and reenergizing the sizable development property of Newport on the Levee. Chief Investment Officer Tim Perry said the company is taking another step to create a walkable, mixed-use experience.

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Newport on the Levee gets ready to reactivate
via The Lane Report
Apr 25, 2019
NEWPORT, Ky. — With a mission of ‘Developing a Better World’, North American Properties begins the process of re-activating and reenergizing the sizable development property of Newport on the Levee. Taking another step to create a walkable, mixed-use Newport, North American Properties’ Chief Investment Officer Tim Perry states, “There is no better time to reimagine this vibrant riverfront destination. The walkable community, panoramic views, and regional draw have created the opportune moment to enhance the genuine guest experience, working with existing attractions and tenants as well as new restaurants and retailers seeking such an inviting place to embrace Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati.”

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Newport on the Levee to get facelift, renewed purpose
via Cincinnati Enquirer
Feb 21, 2019
Melissa Knapke has been coming to Newport on the Levee for as long as she can remember, but lately the once-cutting edge retail center has let her down. "The mall is starting to look dated, and it just isn't as lively as it used to be,'' the Amberley Village woman said Tuesday as she sipped coffee with a friend. Even the mall's new owner agrees the mall could use a facelift to restore its lost luster. "We’re taking on an asset that we think has been very under-managed and neglected,'' said Tom Williams, president and CEO of Downtown-based North American Properties, which purchased the mall late last year for an undisclosed price.

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Sale of Newport on the Levee Closes
via The River City News
Dec 07, 2018
Newport on the Levee is officially sold. Cincinnati-based North American Properties announced Friday that it closed on the purchase of the Levee on Friday, the company announced.

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Cincinnati-based buyer closes on Newport on the Levee purchase
via WCPO Cincinnati
Dec 07, 2018
NEWPORT, Ky. -- The Cincinnati-based North American Properties closed on its purchase of Newport on the Levee Friday, the company announced. North American Properties didn't immediately disclose the sale price, but said it in a news release that it plans to invest more than $100 million in the 360,000-square-foot mixed-use property along the Ohio River.

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Newport on the Levee has new owner, over $100 million investment planned
via Cincinnati Business Courier
Dec 07, 2018
CINCINNATI (Cincinnati Business Courier) - One of the largest commercial real estate developers in Greater Cincinnati has purchased Newport on the Levee. North American Properties purchased Newport on the Levee from the Price Group LLC for an undisclosed amount. Tim Perry, managing partner and chief investment officer with North American Properties, said the total investment in the property, including the acquisition and the redevelopment, will be more than $100 million.

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$30 million apartment development planned near UC, hospitals
via Cincinnati Business Courier
Aug 17, 2018
Uptown Rental Properties LLC and North American Properties are planning to partner again to develop a 202-unit apartment building near the University of Cincinnati. Uptown and NAP received unanimous approval from the Cincinnati Planning Commission on Friday morning for a zoning change to planned development district from residential mixed and residential multifamily for a nearly 1.9-acre site in Corryville. Uptown and NAP own the entire block bordered by Donahue, Bellevue, East University and Eden avenues.

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Place Studies

Encore

East 8 Lofts

Projects

101 East Corry

Student Housing

Life is easier when you’re close to everything! At 101 East Corry, you can enjoy the convenience of luxury living with the added excitement of being in the heart of the city.

  • 5 minute walk to University of Cincinnati
  • Easy access to the Short Vine Entertainment District
  • Apartment and townhome options
  • Silver LEED certified
  • Private theater room
  • Across the street from new Kroger Marketplace
  • Status: Own and manage

Livingood Condos

Condominiums

Livingood Park can be found in the heart of it all—steps from the National Historic Landmark of Mariemont Village Square. Living at Livingood allows residents to experience a one-of-a-kind lifestyle— enjoying all of Mariemont’s unique places to gather.

  • Custom designed residences
  • Landmark architecture
  • Professional landscaped terraces
  • Walk to dining, shopping, entertainment
  • Walkable community
  • Status: Sold

Newport on the Levee

Mixed-Use

Located directly across Downtown Cincinnati on the Ohio River, for over a decade, Newport on the Levee has been Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky’s #1 dining and entertainment destination. Boasting 4.5 million visitors each year, Newport on the Levee is a thrilling, multi-level mixed-use mecca, featuring a variety of retail, creative office, dining, lodging and entertainment options—including the award-winning Newport Aquarium, a newly-renovated 20-screen AMC IMAX Theatre and dozens of year-round events.

  • 380,000+ sq. ft. leasable gross area
  • 54,263 sq. ft. of creative office
  • 2,245 parking spaces
  • Adjacent Starwood Aloft Hotel & Aqua on the Levee luxury apartments
  • Status: Under Development

Seven at Broadway

Multifamily

Designed by John Senhauser Architects, Seven at Broadway is an undeniable architectural masterpiece. What once stood as a downtown parking garage is now home to some of the most beautiful and unique downtown living spaces in the city.

  • 111 luxury apartments
  • Rooftop terrace
  • Steps from downtown’s business and entertainment
  • Personal concierge
  • 1-Gigabit internet
  • Biometric access building
  • Status: Own and manage

Leasing

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Imagine living five minutes from downtown Cincinnati with near-immediate access to its entertainment, dining, and nightlife. 

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Gettysburg Square

Fort Thomas, Kentucky
Now Leasing

Designed with the intention of captivating you — and making you feel what only art can evoke. ENCORE combines the warmth of home with an urban lifestyle. It invites you to all that Cincinnati has to offer, from The Banks, to The Aronoff, to The Brewery District. It is the ideal place to stand and DEFINE YOUR ENCORE.

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Encore

Cincinnati, Ohio
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Centennial Station, nestled perfectly between Hyde Park and Oakley on the Red Bank Corridor, is exactly where you want to be. 

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Centennial Station

Cincinnati, Ohio
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Think city living has to feel cramped? Think again. East 8 offers unique designer apartments that marry your love for urban life and appreciation for stylish, modern living spaces.

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East 8 Lofts

Cincinnati, Ohio
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Olde Montgomery reflects the rich heritage and character of its renowned neighborhood with classic architectural design and superior craftsmanship.

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Olde Montgomery

Cincinnati, Ohio
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Designed by John Senhauser Architects, Seven at Broadway is an undeniable, architectural masterpiece.

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Seven at Broadway

Cincinnati, Ohio
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Classic architecture, a storied history, and all of the modern amenities you love—Sycamore Place has it all.

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Sycamore Place Lofts

Cincinnati, Ohio
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Nestled quietly on the banks of Dry Run Creek, a luxury community is waiting for you to come home.

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Water’s Bend

South Lebanon, Ohio

Careers

Cincinnati Region

Marketing Director

Posted: 08-03-18

North American Properties (NAP) is seeking a candidate for the Marketing Director position for a key retail property within the Cincinnati region. The Marketing Director will serve as one of the senior leaders of the property, responsible for heading a vibrant marketing and events team, working closely with the General Manager and the Senior VP, Acquisitions to develop, implement and drive the overall marketing direction of a local property.

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ESTD 1954
We develop multifamily, mixed-use, office, student housing, hotel and retail environments all over the US. We’ve done it with stability, strength, and a singular focus on people and the way places affect them since 1954.