Here is a list of locations that all OfficeKey members have access to:


Westlake Center
4555 Lake Forest Drive, Suite 650
Cincinnati, OH 45242


Scripps Center
312 Walnut Street, Suite 1600
Cincinnati, OH 45202


Rookwood Tower
3805 Edwards Road, Suite 550
Cincinnati, OH 45209


Turfway Ridge Office Park
7310 Turfway Road, Suite 550
Florence, KY 41042


Union Centre
9078 Union Centre Blvd,
Suite 350
West Chester, OH 45069

Northern Kentucky

"Northern Kentucky Renovation"

We recently completed the renovation of OfficeKey’s Northern Kentucky office.  The cosmetic upgrades include new flooring throughout the space, updated furniture and artwork, new blinds on exterior windows and new privacy film on interior windows. Construction work was done to expand the kitchen area to include seating and add a privacy booth across the hall. We hope you’ll check things out in person but in the meantime here are some before and after pictures:

Entryway: New doors, new privacy film, new flooring and new artwork.

OfficeKey Northern Kentucky Updates

Conference rooms:  New furniture, larger monitors, new artwork, and new carpet.

Northern Kentucky Workspace Renovations

Kitchen:  New cabinetry, new appliances, new flooring, additional space to accommodate seating area and TV, and built-in mailboxes.

Northern Kentucky Shared Office Updates

Privacy Booth & Coat Closet:  We added an enclosed booth that can be used as needed for private calls as well as a recessed coat closet for guests.  

Turfway location Updates

We hope you will stop in to the Northern Kentucky office to see the changes in person! As always, clients can use the mobile app to reserve space at any of our locations. 




"OfficeKey Partnerships & Affiliations"

There are many professional associations and chambers in Cincinnati that are a key part of our local business community.  OfficeKey has long valued our partnerships with many of these organizations.  We clearly see the value in investing in these groups that support many of the industries that our clients are part of and our region at large.  They also provide a fantastic opportunity for us to connect with others  within the industry that we don’t know yet.  We recently added a list of partner affiliations to our website.  Please check it out by following this link.  If you are familiar with any groups that are potentially a fit but are not represented, please let us know.

"What’s Happening with the Brent Spence?"

Brent Spence Bridge 2016As a staff member with OfficeKey, I am privileged to meet a variety of people and learn many interesting things from them.  This month, I had the pleasure of sitting in on July’s Key Connections Lunch. Our guest was Trey Grayson, President & CEO of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce. He spoke about the Brent Spence Bridge Corridor Project.  Boy, was I introduced to something new!

Like many, I have been excited about the prospect of a new bridge between Ohio and Kentucky.  I didn’t fully understand why officials seemed to be back pedaling and recommending tolls.  According to all the sound bites I’d heard previously, wasn’t this project a “done” deal and wasn’t funding already secured?

Listening to Mr. Grayson explain the scope of the project and the myriad of pieces that are necessary to address the many considerations was a fascinating lesson.  As lunch continued and questions around the table were answered, it became apparent that much IS happening behind the scenes to move the project forward.  Within the current political climate and with respect to legislative constraints, it is a challenge to find common ground, at both a government level and with the general populace.   The biggest hurdle seems to be educating people, like myself, who assume the project has already been paid for twice over and find the thought of a toll booth very distressing.

The bottom line seems to be:  this is a huge, expensive project that encompasses not only the bridge itself but the highways immediately attached to the Brent Spence Bridge on both sides.  Current government funds available for this project do not cover all the work that is necessary.  Both states are tasked with finding creative resources for the additional funds…hence, the toll booth.  Unlike toll booths of the past, modern toll booths have the capability of “billing you later” by taking a picture of your car as it passes or applying a “quick pass” that electronically pays as the car passes through the gateway.  Either way, once explained, I felt a little more comfortable knowing that should a toll be levied, I will be able to cross the bridge without having to worry about bouncing coins out of the toll basket or causing a traffic jam because I don’t have exact change.  I have been schooled.

Keep an eye out for the next Key Connections Lunch – you might see me there!

Contributed by Terri Wilson, OfficeKey.  Most days you will find Terri in our Blue Ash office.  Among many other things, Terri puts together our weekly OfficeTalk, creates agreements and coordinates the Key Connection lunches.


Take a look at the bridge from several angles.

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"Planning An After Hours Event?"

So you’d like to invite clients or associates to meet after hours?

After Hours EventsWe know business doesn’t stop at 5:00 pm. Our facilities are available to our clients after hours. Our online reservation service accommodates reservations on any day of the week; we just need notice during business hours so that we can arrange for access and prepare the space for your group.



Some events our clients schedule after hours:

  • Presentations
  • Client meetings
  • Strategy Sessions
  • Focus Groups
  • Interviews
  • Conference Calls
  • Depositions
"Client Profile, Nick Maggard, Attorney At Law"

We were able to track down one of our clients for a quick Q&A. Nick Maggard is a lawyer for Maggard & Meneffe Law Firm, serving the greater Cincinnati area.

IMG_0722-e1447867892517-300x300Q: Does your practice have a niche or a specialty focus?

A: The practice is concentrated on Elder Law which includes:Wills & Trusts, Veterans Benefits, Long-term Care Planning (Medicaid), Estate Planning, Special Needs Planning, Auto accidents for seniors and Durable Powers of Attorney & Living Wills

Q: Who is your best client?

A: Seniors who are concerned about probate and estate planning, veteran’s benefits, or losing everything to long term care expenses such as nursing home costs.

Q: What motivated you to start your own practice?

A: I wanted the freedom to practice in the areas of law that mean the most to me

Q: What do you enjoy most about your job?

A: Seeing a plan come together and the feeling of helping my clients

Q: What do you enjoy most about being with OfficeKey

A: Providing a professional environment for my clients

Q: How do you spend your time outside of work?

A: The thing I enjoy most is being able to spend time with my wife and three children.

Q: What are your hobbies

A: Playing basketball and volunteering.

Q: What is your favorite movie?

A: Top Gun

Q: What is your favorite quote

A: “Do or do not, there is no try.”  -Yoda (Perfect timing for the new movie being released! )

Thank you, Nick for taking time to share your answers! If you would like more information about Maggard & Menefee, you can visit their website.

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