Success Stories2019-01-12T13:28:46+00:00

1121 Dayton

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.

251 Pershing

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.

430 W McMicken

Perched atop a hill, with two garages located at street level, this 1880's frame building was adopted by Caroline Snyder in 2018.

1615 & 1617 Hughes

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

468 Dayton

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.

1 Findlay

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

1902 Colerain

This former book bindery underwent a major stabilization and is now being converted into leasable workshop space.

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.

313 Seitz

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

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.

512 E 12th

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.

1667 Hamer

Dilapidated in 2012, the "Tailor Shop" is now beautifully renovated, and has become the launching pad for John Blatchford's subsequent creation of Kunst and Kunsthous.

1526 Chase

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.

517 W McMicken

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.

The Volz House

The "Volz House" is being carefully restored by Cincinnatian Peter Howe, who will occupy it as his primary residence when complete.

Wurth House

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.