These Modern Condos on Court Street Plaza Are a Downtown Living Dream

Blending sleek, modern details and restored historic elements, these downtown condos are perfect for the city dweller.
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11 E. Court St., downtown

Over-the-Rhine is Cincinnati’s hot spot for rehabbed condos, but there’s a new up-and-coming area that’s home to renovated buildings—Court Street Plaza. Thanks to the brand new Kroger building, the domino effect of revitalizing the area south of Central Parkway has created interest in new condos, apartments, and restaurants opening up along the strip, including the Moore Flats.

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Currently, there are several Moore Flats units on the market including these three, all within walking distance of the best OTR has to offer. Each unit has been preserved with original exposed brick, real white oak floors, and custom cabinets—plus they’re all tax abated through 2031. Some units even have a view of Music Hall. Most are already sold and pending, but here are three that are currently on the market, including the penthouse.

Unit 301

When you walk through the front door of this studio space, the concrete wall compliments the cozy, light-colored wood floors. A shotgun kitchen offers plenty space for prep and storage with upper and lower cabinets, plus stainless appliances.

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You’ll find two entries to the luxe bathroom—one from the hallway and one from the bedroom. In the living room, large windows overlook all the action on Court Street Plaza and bring in plenty of natural light.

The bedroom is sectioned off by a large window-pane divider that makes the studio more spacious and private. And that walk-in closet? It’s enough to win us over. It’s also the perfect unit for an investment property to offer as an Airbnb or long-term rental.

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Unit 401

This one bedroom, and one-and-a-half bath unit is the condo development’s penthouse. In the living room, several windows bring in natural light while exposed air ducts and brick add an industrial look to the room. In the kitchen, sleek quartz counters and muted, mixed-tone sage cabinets tie the space together. The main bathroom features a double vanity with slick black tile and a pop of orange on the walls. Of the three units, this one has the most personality.

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Unit 304

Spanning 920 square feet, this unit is on the smaller side—but its optimized use of space makes all the difference. The kitchen’s features are similar to the building’s other units, but the painted brick wall dividing the area somehow makes the space feel larger. You’ll also find two bedroom and two bathrooms, plus a sleek walk-in closet with built-in shelving.

Photograph courtesy Oyler Hines

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