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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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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