On The Market: Over-the-Rhine Lofts for Rent

For your review: Our semi-regular roundup of OTR rents.

1739 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine, $2,200/month

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The industrial chic style of this two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment—think exposed brick, stainless steel appliances, and wide open spaces—will make you feel uber-hip. In addition to 1,800 square feet of space, you also get an OTR rarity: on-site parking. The building is Silver LEED certified for energy efficiency.

1418 Walnut St., Over-the-Rhine, $1,200/month

ISh7dqwa36sags1000000000 ISt4nps4pg18hs1000000000With three bedrooms, this loft is quite a find and perfect for two or three room mates. The apartment has two floors accessible by a nifty spiral staircase and one-and-a-half bathrooms (totaling 1,648 square feet). That’s tons of room for the price (less than $1/square foot). The same place would be, like, a million dollars in NYC. Thank you Cincinnati.

1435 Main St., Over-the-Rhine, $900/month

medium medium2With enough room for an office, this 1,075 square foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment features a stainless gas stove, a pair of antique fireplaces, and plenty of closet space. The loft is steps away from Main Street favorites like Collective Espresso, Park + Vine, and Japp’s.

Photos courtesy of zillow.com and urbansites.com

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