Lot# 5. Incredible panoramic views of the Cincinnati Skyline perched atop Prospect Hill. , Leed Cert/tax abated, within a stroll of all the action Downtown. Private rooftop retreat, 4000sf, plus roof top terraces. Build to suit!
Mt. Auburn was the hilltop retreat for the Cincinnati social elite during the 1800s and was the site of historic mansions with Federal, Greek Revival, Italian Villa, Romanesque Revival and Georgian Revial home styles. President William Howard Taft was born in Mt. Auburn.
As "restoration fever" spreads to communities convenient to the downtown area, Mt. Auburn is becoming increasingly popular. Over 7,000 residents call it home. Mt. Auburn's vibrant community council is active in improving the neighborhood. The Mt. Auburn Chamber of Commerce and Community Development Corporation also work on improving business leadership and housing development.
There are many restaurants located along E. McMillan Street near the University of Cincinnati. Or, head a few minutes south into Over-the-Rhine for even more local restaurant and pub options.