Sites, Buildings and Places

Newport’s Cote Brilliante (Shining Hill) Historic District Thrives with New Generation

by Margo Warminski, CPA Preservation Directororiginally published in the Northern Kentucky Tribune   The Cote Brilliante Historic District in Newport, whose name means “shining hill” in French, honors a physically cohesive, largely middle-class residential community with a strong sense of place. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2005, it was the fifth …

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Procter and Collier-Beau Brummell Building in Walnut Hills

by Maya Drozdz   Now home to Union Institute & University, the Procter and Collier-Beau Brummell Building at 440 East McMillan St. in Walnut Hills is a striking early Tudor Revival structure designed by the prominent local architectural firm of Elzner & Anderson.   The Procter and Collier Company was a comprehensive advertising, merchandising and …

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Woodward Theater Marque Celebration

On Saturday, March 2nd, the restored marquee’s 300-plus light bulbs were turned on for the first time. The Bockfest weekend event celebrated the “Big Turn On” with live music and beer.     Through the support of the Cincinnati community and Cincinnati Preservation Association (CPA), The Woodward was awarded the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s …

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