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Location: Cincinnati, OH
Schedule: December 2012 – June 2013
Cost: $1,143,000
Customer:  NorthPointe Group
Architect: Wichman Gunther

The Republic Street Lofts project includes the gut and renovation of two buildings located on Republic Street into nine condominium units. The building at 1406 Republic Street is a 4,660 SF, three-story building consisting of five units. The 1412 Republic Street building is a four-story, 4,500 SF building and with four units. All units are furnished with stainless steel appliances, a washer and dryer, hardwood floors, tiled showers, solid surface countertops and a key code entry system. Both buildings share Parvis Alley, a courtyard that was completed during the Parvis Lofts on Vine project, also completed by HGC.

A cozy studio apartment. Two twin beds are tucked in the corner with white bed spreads and vibrant colored and patterned throw pillows. A pale yellow arm chair is in the center of the room facing the beds. Two small round tables with metal supports and glass tops accompany the furniture. There are two large windows on the far wall, allowing lots of natural light. A small table with seating for two can be seen in the bottom right corner, with a decorative plant in the center. Closet doors line the far right wall. The walls are taupe. An exposed duct is on the ceiling. To the far right is a stainless steel refrigerator. A bright teal rug is in the center of the room.
The interior of an unfurnished studio apartment, focusing on the kitchen. The far left wall has two sets of double doors, painted white and ostensibly leading to closets. The kitchenette tucks into the corner, with a stainless steel refrigerator to the left surrounded by dark wood cabinets. The right side features more dark wood cabinets and drawers and stainless steel microwave, stove, and dishwasher. An exposed duct is on the ceiling, there are hardwood floors throughout.
Bedroom of Republic Lofts Apartments. Queen bed with bright yellow bedding hugs the right wall. Hardwood floors and three windows letting in natural light. A ceiling fan and light hangs from the ceiling at the left side of the room. A small dresser is against the left wall. The walls are painted a neutral taupe.
The interior of a studio apartment. A pale yellow arm chair faces the lower left corner. The far left wall has two sets of double doors, painted white and ostensibly leading to closets. The kitchenette tucks into the corner, with a stainless steel refrigerator to the left surrounded by dark wood cabinets. The right side features more dark wood cabinets and drawers and stainless steel microwave, stove, and dishwasher. An exposed duct is on the ceiling. A small table with seating for two is in the center of the room.
A bathroom. The shower is to the right, with now shower curtain. The shower is lined with large square stone tiles, and a light above. Just past the shower is a toiler and a single sink with a dark wood cabinet. The floor looks like dark hard wood. The door leads to a hall with lighter hard wood floors, a window letting in natural light. The door to the bathroom is a pocket door.

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