All Posts by John Blatchford

2017 Impact Buildings

Each year the Cincinnati Preservation Collective nominates 5 buildings that we want to have a positive and proactive impact on. We rely on the community to discover and select buildings across the city that are in need of our love, attention, and advocacy. Tuesday is the deadline to submit buildings

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The Application to Demolish the Dennison Hotel

  When applying to demolish a historic building in a national historic district—as is currently proposed for the Dennison Hotel in downtown Cincinnati—the property owner must prove to the Historic Conservation Board (HCB) that the building is an economic hardship. A Certificate of Appropriateness (COA) to demolish the building is then

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2016 Impact Buildings

Each year CPC chooses 5 buildings that we want to have a direct impact on. These buildings can be in danger of demolition, in need of some love or simply a building that we want to influence positively in the coming year. We are now accepting nominations for our 2016

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Impending Demolition of 313 W. 5th St.

Earlier this week, we learned that 313 W. 5th St., which is a 24,000 square foot building built around 1860, is proposed to be demolished due to a partial collapse that the building experienced. We’ve since found out that the damage to the building appears to have been done by

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