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In 2005, HGC collaborated with 3CDC, Wichman Gunther Architects, and NorthPointe Group on The Duncanson Lofts, centrally located in the Gateway Quarter of Cincinnati’s historic Over-the-Rhine neighborhood. This project included the renovation of six historic buildings into twenty-five new urban living lofts/condominiums and 9,450 SF of street level retail space.

Upon completion of HGC’s work.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The building is named for Robert Scott Duncanson, an influential, 19th century, African-American painter responsible for many of the murals in the Taft Museum of Art. Check out the below Wall Street Journal article for a cool scrolling before and after of one of the very first projects that garnered Cincinnati national attention and helped restore O-T-R’s built environment for future generations to enjoy.

From Ailing to Artisanal: The Transformation of a Cincinnati Neighborhood

Prior to HGC’s work
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