51 E Clifton

This pedimented standout in the hillside district of Over-the-Rhine was rescued by OTR A.D.O.P.T. in 2011 and adopted by John

1833 Vine

Known for its faded, hand painted German sign, the "Apotheke Building" once housed a drug store on the ground floor. The mixed-use

201 Mulberry

One of the oldest homes in Over-the-Rhine, 201 Mulberry was stabilized by the City after severe structural damage to the

1620 Walnut

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

2648 Bellevue

OTR A.D.O.P.T. ventured into Corryville to save this historic but severely fire damaged building on Bellevue. The building was adopted,

512 E 12th

Husband and wife team Patricia and Andre Bittner took on this four-story Italianate building in Pendleton, utilizing an award of

1667 Hamer

Recent UC grad John Blatchford took a flyer on this dilapidated former tailor shop building in 2012. The "Tailor Shop"

1526 Chase

Once faced with severe structural issues and possible demolition, this historic Northside home was adopted and rescued in 2013 by

The Volz House

Peter Howe will be taking on this renovation. This building's namesake, David Volz, once lived with his wife Mary and

Wurth House

One of the oldest buildings in Over-the-Rhine, the Wurth House is named after its first owners - German immigrants George