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Fall Forum Tickets Available Now

September 30th, 2014  |  Published in News

Annual Fall Forum Luncheon

2014 Speaker:  Donovan Rypkema

Friday, October 24th, noon to 1:30

The Fall Forum this year will bring us full circle from our origins in protecting archeological sites to our current work of bringing vitality to historic neighborhoods.  Internationally known economist, Donovan Rypkema, will present his ground-breaking work on data driven neighborhood revitalization.  Mr. Rypkema and his team at PlaceEconomics are applying their mapping tools in Walnut Hills.  This CPA sponsored project will identify strategies for revitalization based on extensive data collection and mapping. Rypkema will present new ways to utilize the untapped value of historic buildings and show how they can be the foundation of great neighborhoods.  Donovan Rypkema is a highly respected economist and an inspiring speaker. 

The luncheon will be held at the Hilton Netherland Plaza Hotel’s Hall of Mirrors from noon-1:30 p.m.  Donovan Rypkema, a principal at PlaceEconomics, will be the luncheon’s keynote speaker. Tickets are $40 and $60 and are available below.

The study was initiated and funded by Cincinnati Preservation Association.  Additional funding was provided by the Carol Ann and Ralph V. Jr. Haile / US Bank Foundation and the Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing.

 

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2014 Preservation Awards!

September 30th, 2014  |  Published in News

CPA presented ten awards for local preservation excellence at its 50th annual meeting on Sunday, September 28 at the 21c Museum Hotel in downtown Cincinnati. The awards honored rehabilitation and preservation stewardship efforts. Innovation, creativity, collaboration-and persistence-made these projects possible.  See the WCPO web coverage Here.
The honorees are:
Rehabilitation Award
Color Building
Elm Street Senior Housing
Hummel Building
Nicolay Lofts
Renaissance Cincinnati Downtown Hotel
Rothenberg Preparatory Academy
Weaver/Finger House
Westfalen LoftsStewardship Award
City of Covington Historic Preservation Guidelines
Spring in Our StepsCongratulations to all the honorees!!

Cincinnati’s Preservation Renaissance Celebration

August 7th, 2014  |  Published in News

What:  An Evening to Celebrate Cincinnati’s Preservation Renaissance

When:  November 8th, 7:00 p.m

Where:  Marriott Renaissance Downtown, Burnham Room C

Cincinnati Preservation Association is pleased to be hosting a grand opening dinner and party at the newly renovated Marriott Renaissance Downtown Hotel.  This exciting event will be held on Saturday, November 8, 2014 beginning with a VIP cocktail party at 6:00 for our sponsors.  A gourmet dinner will follow at 7:00 PM.

The widespread enthusiasm for Cincinnati’s unique historic fabric is fueling new development and drawing people to the city.  It did not happy over night however, in fact, Cincinnati Preservation has been working to save and revitalize our landmarks for 50 years.  To celebrate this 50th anniversary of our founding we are celebrating with a dinner and party at the newly restored Marriott Renaissance Cincinnati Downtown.  We will be celebrating the opening of this beautiful hotel in the former Union Trust Company at the corner of Fourth and Walnut Streets. This is a major success story for Cincinnati and we are delighted to celebrate our 50th anniversary in such high style.

For sponsorship information or to purchase tickets ($150 per person), click here

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CPA Accepting Donations for Murals

June 6th, 2013  |  Published in News

The Cincinnati Enquirer, June 6, 2013 – Cliff Radel




Let the donations begin.

Cincinnati Preservation Association officially started accepting funds Wednesday to save the nine, endangered, industrial mosaic murals that once hung in Union Terminal’s now-demolished concourse.

“We were involved in the original effort to save these murals,” said Paul Muller, the association’s executive director. “We are lucky they were created, saved and now available for return to Cincinnati.”

The nine murals stand in two shuttered terminals slated for demolition at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. Plans call for the terminals to be wrecked by 2015. The city of Cincinnati has first right of refusal to find the murals a new home. Mayor Mark Mallory wants to bring the works of nickel-sized pieces of colored glass and tinted mortar back to Ohio and inside the Duke Energy Convention Center.

The estimated cost to pack, remove, transport and install the nine, 20-feet by 20-feet, 8-ton panels is $5 million to $7 million. Governmental funds are not available to foot the entire bill.

Public money was also in short supply when the murals were moved to the airport in 1973. That’s when Cincinnati Preservation Association’s initial incarnation, the Miami Purchase Association for Historic Preservation, stepped in. Association officials also made sure, Muller noted, that the murals’ deed “specified that the city had first choice if the murals were ever to be moved again.”

Muller said reserving them once more “will add to the rich heritage of Cincinnati.”

Since an Enquirer story broke the news of the murals’ plight and the association’s involvement in raising funds to save the works of art, Muller said he has “been contacted by several individuals and an investment banker. They wanted to know when Cincinnati Preservation Association will be accepting donations.”

The answer is now.

If you prefer to donate by check, please make checks payable to:  Save the Murals Fund and mail to 342 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202.