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Developers ask Covington to help close funding gap for luxury apartments at former Kenton Co. building

Al. Neyer

By: WCPO staff

COVINGTON, Ky. — Luxury apartments, retail space and restaurants could replace the vacant Kenton County Administration building on Court Street, but not without help from the city of Covington.

A proposed $31.4 million redevelopment at 303 Court would bring 133 apartments, with rents starting at $1,111 and topping out at $1,714, plus about 6,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space.

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