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Baldwin Apartments Slated to Open this Summer

Construction on the almost 100-year-old building being renovated into the Baldwin Apartments will be completed this coming summer. The Grand Baldwin building, once the headquarters location for Baldwin Piano in 1921, is currently being transformed into 190 urban-use apartments featuring large windows and 14 feet ceilings. The conversion will bring approximately 280 residents to the site. Neyer Properties, development owner, recently obtained historic designation for the Grand Baldwin building and is incorporating many of the historic features in the design of the apartments.

The renovation includes exposing the original brick and ceilings from the building and restoring the original windows. Future residents of the Baldwin will be able to open the windows in their apartments, which has been noted as a rarity for historical redevelopment projects. There is also a new roof being installed to the building along with repairs to the brick and limestone. Each apartment will be fully equipped with brand new stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, hardwood flooring, and views of Eden Park and the Cincinnati Skyline. Additional building amenities will include a community pool overlooking the city, gaming tables, 24- hour fitness center, storage units, and an indoor dog wash.


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