1910 Elm Street
Cincinnati, Ohio

Nineteen Ten

Acquired: October 2008 from Open Door Development, LLC
Property description:  Flexible floor plan, period facade, and location adjacent to Findlay Market
History:  Nineteen Ten was the historic Christian-Moerlein bottling plant at 1910-1916 Elm Street in Cincinnati’s Brewery District.  It was historically a community landmark and closely knit into the Cincinnati landscape.
Redevelopment: The property was converted into offices and live/work space with a flexible floor plan.
Current status: The property is currently leased to multiple tenants. In 2012 ODI sold part of the building to the City of Cincinnati for use as a rail car assembly and repair shop.
Project manager: Steve Schwartz, sschwartz1@sbcglobal.net