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1121 Dayton

2019-01-12T13:32:45+00:00

A late-19th century gem, 1121 Dayton is located on a street once known as "Millionaire's Row" for the many wealthy industrialists who called it home.

1121 Dayton2019-01-12T13:32:45+00:00

251 Pershing

2019-02-01T17:50:37+00:00

OTR A.D.O.P.T. crossed the river into Covington's Mainstrasse neighborhood to complete the full renovation of this Civil War Era building at 251 Pershing Ave.

251 Pershing2019-02-01T17:50:37+00:00

468 Dayton

2018-12-23T11:55:09+00:00

Just steps from Millionaire's Row, 468 Dayton was stabilized by OTR A.D.O.P.T. and adopted in 2017. The building is now occupied by two families.

468 Dayton2018-12-23T11:55:09+00:00

1737 Elm

2018-12-23T11:53:38+00:00

Named for the old painted sign discovered behind the storefront, the Finders Keepers buildings are one of OTR A.D.O.P.T.'s earliest rescue projects.

1737 Elm2018-12-23T11:53:38+00:00

313 Seitz

2019-01-30T20:12:26+00:00

As 1970's renovations are stripped away, new owner Matt Duda is complementing 313 Seitz's historic brick and beams with modern touches.

313 Seitz2019-01-30T20:12:26+00:00

201 Mulberry

2018-12-23T11:21:33+00:00

One of the oldest homes in Over-the-Rhine, 201 Mulberry was adopted by Tim Westrich, who completed a full historic tax credit rehabilitation of the building into three apartments.

201 Mulberry2018-12-23T11:21:33+00:00

1620 Walnut

2018-12-23T11:24:55+00:00

This two-family dwelling located near the Moerlein Brewery was acquired and renovated by OTR A.D.O.P.T. in 2013.

1620 Walnut2018-12-23T11:24:55+00:00

512 E 12th

2018-12-23T11:29:47+00:00

Husband and wife team Patricia and Andre Bittner took on this four-story Italianate building in Pendleton, successfully rehabilitating the building into six 1 bedroom apartment units.

512 E 12th2018-12-23T11:29:47+00:00

2 Hust

2018-12-23T12:14:37+00:00

Just off the beaten path of upper Vine Street, this semi-secluded property is waiting to be restored as a single-family home.

2 Hust2018-12-23T12:14:37+00:00

1526 Chase

2018-12-23T11:41:53+00:00

Once faced with severe structural issues and possible demolition, this historic Northside home was adopted and rescued in 2013 by local developers Morning Mist LLC.

1526 Chase2018-12-23T11:41:53+00:00

517 W McMicken

2018-12-23T11:44:06+00:00

Situated along one of Cincinnati's most intact historic streetscapes, 517 W McMicken is being rehabilitated into a mix of Section 8 and market rate housing.

517 W McMicken2018-12-23T11:44:06+00:00

Wurth House

2018-12-13T13:04:56+00:00

In 2013 the Kelpes - Dave, Marsha, and daughter Janelle - adopted and restored this long derelict structure in the Findlay Market district, reviving it as a two-family dwelling.

Wurth House2018-12-13T13:04:56+00:00