Historic Ingalls Courtyard by Marriott

Built in 1903 as a bank, the 16-story structure was the world’s first reinforced concrete skyscraper. This building has been identified on the National Register of Historic Places, and as part of this adaptive reuse conversion, has received recommendation from the Ohio State Historic Preservation Office and approval from National Park Service for the proposed Description of Rehabilitation. The building has been transformed into a LEED Gold accredited 126-guestroom Courtyard by Marriott Hotel, complete with public and amenity spaces. The redesign maintains historical significance with original floors, ceilings elements, and bank vaults, integrating the historic architectural elements into the new interior design fabric while highlighting both the “old” and the “new”.


Architect of Record, Interior Design


Historic, Hospitality


Cincinnati, OH