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Much of the glass that went into many early Cincinnati buildings of the 1900s was produced here. While being converted into urban lofts, interesting glass remnants were found and repurposed into hanging sculptures that now adorn the lobby.
These are true industrial loft condominiums and some of the most interesting living spaces in the city. Residences are fully appointed. Counters and floors are concrete. Bathrooms have very clean lines. There are 11 units in this building. Most have a two bedroom, two bath configuration. One lucky unit includes a fireplace!
This is a low rise building with decidedly high style. The lower level includes a bank of locked wine cabinets and tasting room. The spacious roof-top deck offers phenomenal views of the city, Mt Adams, and the Pendleton Arts District.
Both the Jack Casino and the Pendleton Art Center make for quiet neighbors. Parking is never a problem! A heated garage is part of ownership. Numerous restaurants and bars are within an easy walk and it's an eight minute walk to Ziegler Park.
Amenities Provided Include:
• Garage parking (1 or 2 cars)
• Garage door opener
• Rooftop deck
• Lower level wine room
• Elevator in garage and lobby
• Security system
• Spacious garage parking
• Professional management
• Professional maintenance
• Association dues
• Hazard insurance
• Snow removal
• Trash removal
• Tax abated (some units)
• Near bus-line
• Pets permitted
In the past five years, residences have sold for between $224,000 and $388,000. Most monthly HOAs for these specific units are in the $300s.
View towards downtown from roof-top deck
If you have considered selling or leasing your property please reach the agents above. They have the knowledge and experience in the Glass House to market your home locally and globally.