2018 House Tour Reveal – John G. Japp House

Our third reveal for the 2018 Clifton House Tour is the John G. Japp House, built in 1905. This splendid example of the American Four-Square architectural form (the cubical two-story equivalent of a one-story “bungalow’) is elaborated by subtle period references, while retaining its overall Arts & Crafts character. Each façade is almost symmetrical with … Continue reading 2018 House Tour Reveal – John G. Japp House

2018 House Tour Reveal – Kineon-Lloyd House

Our first reveal for the 2018 Clifton House Tour is the Kineon-Lloyd House, built in 1887. The Kineon-Lloyd House is an excellent example of the late 19th-century Richardsonian Romanesque Style, named after the influential Boston architect Henry Hobson Richardson (1838-1886). His great local work was also one of his last: The Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce … Continue reading 2018 House Tour Reveal – Kineon-Lloyd House

Howell Avenue Development Visioning Report

Background In spring 2017, the Clifton neighborhood approached the Cincinnati Department of City Planning to assist with facilitating a visioning meeting for a proposed development on Howell Avenue between Ormond and Clifton Avenues. City Planning staff met with Clifton Town Meeting (CTM) representatives and the Gaslight Property development team on a few occasions over the … Continue reading Howell Avenue Development Visioning Report