Homearama to build in Northern Kentucky for the first time

The development consisting of 58 new homes will create ‘an exciting new urban village’ in Newport.
Next year's Homearama will be held at the Martin's Gate neighborhood near downtown Newport.
Next year's Homearama will be held at the Martin's Gate neighborhood near downtown Newport.(Homes by Gerbus)
Published: Dec. 5, 2022 at 4:49 PM EST
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CINCINNATI (Enquirer) - For the first time in its 60-year history, Northern Kentucky will host the next Homearama.

The open house tour event will run from June 10-25, 2023 in the hillside neighborhood of Martin’s Gate south of historic downtown Newport.

A 4.23-acre urban redevelopment by Meierjohan Development Group and Thomas J. Ackermann Co. located at 14th Street and Central Avenue, Martin’s Gate will consist of 58 attached and detached single-family custom homes.

The Home Builders Association of Greater Cincinnati and the Building Industry Association of Northern Kentucky will spearhead the event for the first time together and four homebuilders will participate: Homes by Gerbus, Ashford Homes, Thomas J. Ackermann Co., and Meierjohan Building Group.

Homes by Gerbus announced on its website that Homearama will feature seven to 10 homes on W. 13th and W. 14th Streets.

Each home feature three to four levels and will have city views.

Martin’s Gate is as “an exciting new urban village in Newport” that will include a gated entrance and sidewalks, making it walkable to Newport’s dining, shopping and entertainment options, according to Homes by Gerbus.

The 2023 Homearama marks the annual exhibition’s 60th year showcasing the latest styles in home and landscape design in Greater Cincinnati. The first was held in Finneytown in 1962. 

This year’s Homearama featured homes in the Loveland neighborhood of ChimneyRidge, a subdivision minutes from historic downtown Loveland and the Little Miami Scenic Trail junction.

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