Cincinnati Time-Star Building Cincinnati Time-Star Building located at 800 Broadway Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. A registered historical building. It was built in 1933 and was designed by the firm of Samuel Hannaford & Sons in the "Art Deco" Style.
From the old Cincinnati Enquirer Building entrance on Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Located on Vine Street in downtown Cincinnati, the Enquirer Building was designed by the firm of Lockwood Greene and Company and completed in 1926.
Cincinnati Bell Building (1931) - twelve-story building designed in the Art Deco style by Harry Hake. Each floor was given 12' to facilitate phone equipment. Above the second story runs a decorative border alternating French telephones and headsets. A runner, Bell's telephone and flags for signaling also continue the communication theme with reliefs. The lobby is finished in marble with gold and silver decorative pieces.
The Lombardy Apartment Building is a historic apartment building in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. A Victorian structure erected in 1885, it is a seven-story building with a metal-covered Mansard roof, built with brick walls and a stone foundation. Constructed by the firm of Thomas Emery's Sons, Cincinnati's leading real estate developers during the 1880s, it was one of the earliest large apartment buildings erected in the city. CURRENTLY STANDING