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This Madeira Bakery Turns Leftover Brewery Grains into Dog Treats

Brewhaus Bakery cooks up oven-baked dog treats made from whole grains proudly sourced from area breweries. And they’re not just finding a clever reuse...

This Former Office Building in Covington Would Make a Charming New Home

502 Greenup Street If you’ve ever strolled down Greenup Street in Covington’s Licking Riverside neighborhood, you’ve probably noticed (and admired) a charming law firm building,...

How Homeowners Transformed This Historic West End Estate

909 Dayton St., West End (sale pending) The first time this circa 1880 house was mentioned in the pages of this magazine, it was completely torn...

A Local Interior Designer is Sprucing Up Cincinnati’s Airbnb Scene

Local interior designer Michele Campbell is classing up the Cincinnati Airbnb scene with her own upscale rentals in Mount Adams, Red Whale Rentals. She...

A Budget-Friendly Bungalow in Mariemont with Modern Finishes

3871 Settle Road Idyllic is the word this home’s listing agent, Kelly Gibbs, uses to describe Mariemont; with kids walking to school, green parks, and...

A Hyde Park Home with Panoramic River Views

444 Whitman Court We know, we know. For $1.3 million a lot of people would expect everything in this house to be brand-spanking-new, but hear...

This Mariemont Resident Is a Nationally Known Mid-Century Modern Furnishing Refinisher and Seller

In the fall of 2016, Jeff Molski stumbled upon a Mid-Century Modern chair at Goodwill. Its price: $5. Knowing places like West Elm and...

A Rehab in Oakley’s Northwest Corner That Wins in Walkability

4227 Millsbrae Avenue It’s no secret that Oakley—a community named in the mid-1800s for its abundance of native oak trees—is today one of Cincinnati’s hottest...

This North Avondale Bulldog Is a Breakout Instagram Star

In a grand Edwardian home in North Avondale, Sarah Crannell Rich takes a break from her telecommuting job as project manager for a research...

More than 1,000 Furry Friends Are up for Adoption at My Furry Valentine

Since 2012, My Furry Valentine has partnered with dozens of local animal protection groups to host its mega-adoption event and save the lives of...

This Charming 1900s North Avondale Home Is Fit for Royalty

961 Avondale Avenue, North Avondale, OH Just last year, U.S. News & World Report ranked Cincinnati in the top 50 best places to live in...

A Local Developer Makes New Homes Look Old Again in the Best Way Possible

A quick scan of MLS house listings in Cincinnati’s hottest walkable neighborhoods shows a major residential design trend: developers buying older properties, then gutting...

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ARCHITECTURE

What Will Come of the Terrace Plaza Hotel?

If you’ve ever strolled past the deserted Terrace Plaza Hotel at Sixth and Vine streets, one of two things has likely gone through your...

Lombardy Flats: The Enduring Charms of a Hannaford Novelty

In 1880s America, there were basically three urban housing options: mansions with a full allotment of servants for the affluent, residential hotels for the merely well-to-do, and tenements for the great unwashed. The Emery brothers built Cincinnati’s first apartment buildings with suites of three to five rooms all on one floor.

The Mt. Adams Retaining Wall Is Almost Done–Finally

The wall is currently getting a faux stone-masonry facing, as well as some tweaks and repairs. Everything should finish up by this summer, finally completing a project that dates back to 1969.

This Garage is Frozen in Time

The large clock cemented into the Town Center Garage’s hands don’t move and its face wears a few cracks, but that’s not stopping its rightful owners from wanting it back.

The University of Cincinnati’s Changing Landscape

Is UC's campus still an architectural darling?