Cincinnati Enquirer Building

Just a block from Fountain Square in Cincinnati, the Cincinnati Enquirer Building was constructed to house the newspaper’s printing facilities and offices. The building was listed on the National Register for Historic Places in 1979 and continued to house the newspaper, in part, until 1992. Since then, the occupancy of the building continued to decline and fell into disrepair and lay vacant for many years prior to this historic tax credit renovation and conversion into a dual branded Homewood Suites and Hampton Inn and Suites. The end result is an eclectic interior that mixes painstakingly restored historic elements with contemporary sensibilities that meet client brand and preservation goals.

Architecture by Luminaut Principal, Matt Erdman, while working at CR Architecture + Design


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Cincinnati, OH