468 Dayton

Located in Cincinnati's historic West End, 468 Dayton is characteristic of neighboring homes along what was historically Millionaire's Row.

1615 & 1617 Hughes

After the adoption, these once obsolete properties now provide 5 aesthetically unique units fusing 19th century architecture with contemporary interiors.

1 Findlay

1 Findlay is a one-story commercial space that has been transformed by into a walk-up cafe serving healthy lunches.

1737 Elm

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.

205 W McMicken

The former Best and Lothes building is now the site of KunstHous -- an effort to bring co-living to the Queen City.

313 Seitz

As 1970's renovations are stripped away, owner Matt Duda plans to compliment 313 Seitz's historic brick and beams with some modern touches.

51 E Clifton

This pedimented standout in the hillside district of Over-the-Rhine will consist of six newly renovated 1 and 2 bedroom apartments when completed.

1833 Vine

The "Apotheke Building" once housed a drug store on the ground floor. Construction was recently completed on two apartments and a white-boxed commercial space.

201 Mulberry

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.

1620 Walnut

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