Opened in 2001, Newport on the Levee is a multi-level retail entertainment destination, located across from downtown Cincinnati on the south bank of the Ohio River in Newport, Kentucky. Hosting nearly 4.5 million guests each year upon 380,000 square feet of unique retail and restaurant space, Newport on the Levee features a variety of office space, retail, dining, lodging and entertainment options, such as the renovated 20-screen AMC Theatres, the award-winning Newport Aquarium, Rotolo Bowling and Bocce Eatery, several national restaurants and retailers, including Brio Tuscan Grille and Cold Stone Creamery, and the Bridgeview Box Park, an open-air shipping container park with eight local concepts. Now open in the reimagined Gallery Building is Trade™, a revolving artisan market curated with local vendors, as well as seven new retail storefronts. North American Properties purchased Newport on the Levee in December 2018 and culminated major redevelopment efforts in May 2021.



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Office Leasing:


Todd Pease

Jones Lang LaSalle


(513) 297-2506

Newport on the Levee is a multi-level dining, entertainment, and retail center located on the banks of the Ohio River in Newport, Kentucky. For more than a decade, we have been the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky region's #1 dining and entertainment destination. Boasting approximately 4 million visitors each year, Newport on the Levee features an eclectic mix of tenants, year-round events, and creative office space.

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Live at the Levee

Today, the “new” Newport on the Levee features an active public realm, diverse lineup of local concepts, re-energized Gallery Building and enhanced connectivity with the waterfront, streets and bridges.