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Manufacturing Facility

A new multi-purpose 100,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility has been announced. CoMade, located in Cincinnati, will bring entrepreneurs, manufacturers and workers together under one roof and will provide workshops, production space, a manufacturing incubator, community support programs as well as training opportunities for underserved populations including men and women returning from prison.

"The facility will leverage Cincinnati's authentic core strengths in physical products and manufacturing to drive economic growth, job growth and community growth in a region that is the #1 manufacturing MSA in the #3 manufacturing state; but like communities throughout the Rust Belt, Ohio has also lost many manufacturing jobs over the years due to automation and production moving overseas," said a company spokesperson. New manufacturing systems offer real opportunities for economic growth, and by offering training programs too, CoMade will help fill that gap and bring more of the local community, particularly those from underserved populations, into the growing innovation economy.

Key features of the CoMade facility, scheduled to open in 2020, include:

  • New building - The non-profit center brings together all the elements needed to innovate, prototype, test, manufacture and train the workforce required to produce physical products.
  • New products - These include hardware accelerator, product prototyping workshop and 21st century manufacturing incubator space.
  • New jobs - Working at running CoMADE programs, at CoMADE launched firms, co-working space and adjacent expansion around the neighborhood generating more jobs, every year - jobs that stay local.
  • New opportunities - These include workforce development programs for men and women returning from prison. Programs for already successful workers to advance to even higher paid jobs.
  • New community engagement - Made possible by community meeting space, Tool Library and basic workshop with classes and instruction, reduced rent for CoMADE tenants based on community hiring and priority admission for workforce training programs.

For more information contact:


1308 Race St., Suite 200 

Cincinnati, OH 45202


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