Thursday, May 31, 2012

Saving history via adaptive reuse

One of the things often pointed to with historic property like churches and halls is what do you do with them? Far too often structures are lost  as developers make the argument that they can't be re-used and are worth more as land. Well the facts are as this example shows here often these structures can be converted to residential purposes and it is in Cincinnati.

This property is located at 4117 Thirty Fourth street just a block from Oakley square and is currently on the Market for 289K , and is listed with Cathy Frank at Comey and Shepherd Realtors

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