Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Downtown Tour of Living 2008, Part III

The final part of a three-part series on September 27th's 2008 Downtown Tour of Living includes one property located in Over-the-Rhine and my return to the Central Business District.

A short bus ride from Vernon's Corner was the Pendleton Glass House Lofts, being developed by Fat City Properties and designed by Patrick M. Korb Design Consultants.

Located at 512 Reading Road, the industrial-styled units range from between $200,000 and $310,000.

Only one unit currently has drywall, while the others are framed in.

Finally, I headed Downtown to a couple of rental properties - the Renaissance at the Power Building and Sycamore Park at St. Xavier Place.*

I didn't take many photos of these properties because they were occupied, and I felt kind of funny walking into someone's home and photographing all of their stuff.

The Renaissance has a fantastic rooftop deck (photos later), and Sycamore Place provided a nice spread of food, drinks, and Big Ten football.

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Previous reading on BC:
Downtown Tour of Living, Part II (10/14/08)
Downtown Tour of Living, Part I (10/13/08)

* The Renaissance also contains for sale units