Downtown

Hotels, Residences, and More

Hotels

The Palace / Cincinnatian

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Cincinnatian (7)

Cincinnatian (7)

Cincinnatian (5)

Cincinnatian (5)

Cincinnatian (3)

Cincinnatian (3)

 

W. C. Bare Hotel

 

Grand

1874

4th & Central Ave.

Grand Hotel

Grand Hotel

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Grand Hotel

Grand Hotel

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Grand Hotel Lobby

Grand Hotel Lobby

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Image Courtesy Cincinnati Public Library digital collection

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Palm Corridor

Palm Corridor

 

Hotel Honing

Vine above 4th

c/o A. E. Honing

Hotel Honing

Hotel Honing

 

Kolb's Hotel

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Volz's Hotel

1875

 

Emery Hotel

1876

Vine Below 5th

Hannaford & Procter

Emery Hotel

Emery Hotel

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Residences

Marcus Fechheimer

"Couvier Press Club"

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William Kraus House

 

A. Harris House

 

Julius Frieberg House

354 W 4th St.

 

Max & Louis Glaser House

379 W 6th St.

Hannaford & Anderson attributed

 

W. F. Thorne Double Residence

1887

W 8th St.

[IA Vol IX No. 1]

 

W. J. Byers House

 

John Cochnower House

166 W 7th St.

[Boyd]

 

M. White House

 

W. Woods House

 

William Glenn Houses

1883

367 W 7th St.

[Inland Architecture]

(3) Three-story brick dwellings behind Barr St.

 

Gaff Estate Houses

4th St.

[Langsam]

 

Frank J. Jones House

178 W 7th St.

 

James O'Kane Residence

1889

409 Broadway St.

[Inland Architecture Vol. XIV No. 4]

 

Thomas D. Carneal

Before 1859

Main St.

 

Dr. D. W. Clancy

Four-story house.

 

Apartments

Ortiz

1881

Southeastern 4th & Sycamore St.

Demolished

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Gano Apartment House

1885

254 Vine St.

Demolished

 

Brittany Apartments

1885

Northeast Corner 9th & Race St.

 

Loraine Apartment House

1885

83 E 3rd St.

Demolished

 

Lombardy Apartments

1885

224 or 318-326 W 4th St.

 

Saxony Apartments

1891

9th & Race

 

Alta Apartment House

1881

Southwest Corner of 4th & Sycamore St.

Demolished

 

Dr. D. W. Clancy

Four-story house.

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Mrs. Anna M. Foley Apartment Building

1895

J. Stark Wayne Apartments

1885

91-95 Commerce

Five-story storefront building.

[Inland Architect and Builder Vol V No 3 April]

 
 

Theaters

Berkshire Apartment House

1894

Northeast Corner of Elm & Shillito between 6th & 7th St.

[Merchant Manufacturer]

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Queen Anne Apartment House

1894

 

Waldo Apartments

1894

8th & Garfield

Debatable but attributed to Hannaford in some sources

[DAAPspace]

Waldo

Waldo

I have seen this attributed to other Architects. Definitive answer?

 

Charles E. Iliff Apartment House

1888

[Inland Arch. No. 3]

 

Boss Cox Apartment & Store

West 7th St.

 

J. H. Peters Flat Building

[Langsam]

 

Norman Flats

 

Norfolk Flats

W 8th & Elm St. Northwest Corner

[Sanford Map]

 

Normandy Apartments

1885

Race & Longworth

[Smiddy]

 

Emery Tenement Houses

1882

[Inland Arch Vol. XI No. 325]

"16 Houses on Lock Street"

 

Sorrento Apartment House & Flats

27 W 7th St.

Perin Estate.

 
Aurora Apartment Building

ca. 1910

203 E 8th St.

Aurora Apts

Aurora Apts

Image via Google maps.

 
Leverone Apartment Building

1915

7th St.

Leverone

Leverone

Image courtesy of Cincinnati Museum Center image archives

 

Theaters

Y. M. C. A. / Shubert Theater

1892

10th & Walnut St.

(Conversion to Theater)

 

Schools

Miami Medical College

12th near Elm St.

demolished

 St. Peter in Chains Cathedral School

Mound & Elizabeth Streets

 
 

John McCammon Superintendent S. B.

Hughes HS

Hughes HS

Located in Hughes HS building.

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Churches

Reformed Presbyterian Church

East Side of Plum St. between 8th & 9th St.

Reformed Presbyterian

Reformed Presbyterian

Altered.

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