Elaine Gillespie, senior vice president of Equity, Inc. represented Catholic Charities in the site selection and lease negotiation for the relocation of the group’s headquarters to Mid Pointe Tower in the Roselawn neighborhood of Cincinnati.
The agency will occupy the sixth and seventh floors of the renovated office building at 7162 Reading Road.
The new headquarters space will allow the 100-year-old Catholic Charities to combine administrative staff and many of its community service operations in a single location. The move is also part of of a revitalization project of the Port of Cincinnati Development Authority and Hamilton County.
“The new offices bring us closers to the people we serve and put more of our professional staff in one place,” said Ted Bergh, chief executive officer of Catholic Charities, in a written statement.
The new location will be home, too, to Catholic Charities’ Su Casa Hispanic Center, which has outgrown its current facilities about a mile away in Carthage.