Downtown Cincinnati building to add apartments on Fourth Street after landing historic tax credits

312 W. Fourth St. located in downtown’s West Fourth Street Historic District, received $186,627 in Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credits during the state’s 29th round of the program.

The credits received were equal to the amount requested, according to the project application. The project’s total investment is expected to be just over $1.5 million.

The Building will keep the current business space while adding apartments above. Switch, a provider of modern lighting, furniture and design, is located in the first floor. The upper floors have been vacant for years, according to the tax credit application. The building was originally constructed in 1886 and h #business #investment #design #building oused a variety of businesses over its lifespan, including a warehouse, whole dental compounding lab and photography studio.

Once complete, the project will “bring more life to Fourth Street,” according to the application.

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