This week, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted announced state support for 54 rehabilitation projects that will restore 57 historic buildings across Ohio. The projects are expected to leverage approximately $1.01 billion in private investment. The projects are being awarded funding as part of the Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credit Program (OHPTC), administered by the Ohio Department of Development.

In total, 21 communities across the state are receiving awards, which total $64,132,847 in tax credits.

“By rehabilitating these historic buildings today, we can preserve the heart of our communities for future generations of Ohioans,” said Governor DeWine. “Once restored, these sites will help renew local communities and create additional opportunities for Ohioans.” The awards will assist private developers in rehabilitating historic buildings in downtowns and neighborhoods. Many of the buildings are vacant today and generate little economic activity. Once rehabilitated, they will drive further investment and interest in adjacent property. Developers are not issued the tax credit until project construction is complete and all program requirements are verified.

“In many cases, it’s more expensive to revitalize an historic structure than it is to build a new one. Historic tax credits generate opportunity for communities by attracting investment that would not make financial sense otherwise,” said Lt. Governor Husted. “When we preserve buildings that are part of a community’s historic legacy, we’re preserving the past and investing in the future of our great state.”

“Revitalizing these underutilized spaces creates new opportunities for Ohioans and the local neighborhood,” said Lydia Mihalik, director of the Ohio Department of Development. “These are unique spaces in our communities, and once they are transformed, they will be catalysts for future economic development and growth.”

The Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credit program is administered in partnership with the Ohio History Connection’s State Historic Preservation Office. The State Historic Preservation Office determines if a property qualifies as a historic building and that the rehabilitation plans comply with the United States Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation. Senate Bill (SB) 225 was signed by Governor DeWine on June 14, 2022, and became effective Sept. 13, 2022. SB 225 includes temporary and permanent changes to the OHPTC program, which have been incorporated into Round 29.

Full guidance on the changes can be found on the program website. Successful Applications, sorted by region:

Northwest Ohio

331 N. Main Street (Findlay) Total Project Cost: $1,350,000 Total Tax Credit: $221,000 Address: 331 N. Main St. 331 N. Main St., originally built in 1889, is a brick building in downtown Findlay. Previously inhabited by a drugstore, a barbershop, and a tailor on the first floor, the upper floors housed apartments. The building has been vacant for a decade and has fallen into disrepair but retained its historical integrity. Rehabilitation efforts will preserve historical features, such as the arched windows and doors and façade. The building will be rehabilitated to house office and retail space on the first floor with 10 residential units on the second and third floors.

523 Lagrange (Toledo) Total Project Cost: $390,778 Total Tax Credit: $94,947 Address: 523 Lagrange St. Dating back to 1912, 523 Lagrange St. served as a multi-family residence in the oldest neighborhood in Toledo for nearly a century. Renovation of the site will return the building to its historic use and restore the building to house two, two-bedroom residential units.

907 Superior St (Toledo) Total Project Cost: $789,145 Total Tax Credit: $192,643 Address: 907 Superior St. Constructed in 1860, 907 Superior St. was previously a single-family dwelling in Toledo’s oldest neighborhood. The brick building experienced severe roof and water damage over the years. It will be rehabilitated to house four new apartments to help provide in-demand living spaces to new residents.

913 Superior St (Toledo) Total Project Cost: $852,519 Total Tax Credit: $207,241 Address: 913 N. Superior St. 913 Superior St., constructed in the 1870s, was previously a single-family dwelling turned multi-tenant housing in the oldest neighborhood in Toledo. The brick building sports a unique exterior and a location near to downtown venues. It will be rehabilitated to house three new apartments to help provide in-demand living spaces to new residents.

Northeast Ohio

1373 East Blvd. Apartment Building* (Cleveland) Total Project Cost: $4,123,155 Total Tax Credit: $236,000 Address: 1373 E. Blvd. Located in Cleveland’s Glenville neighborhood, this four-story apartment building will maintain its historic use and be rehabilitated with eight residential units. Existing historic fabric such as wood trim, stained-glass, built-in cabinetry, and fireplaces will be repaired and retained preserve the historical integrity of this once grand building.

Agora Complex (Cleveland) Total Project Cost: $1,481,300 Total Tax Credit: $242,800 Address: 5000 Euclid Ave. The Agora Complex, originally constructed in 1912, consists of four buildings within the Midtown neighborhood of Cleveland. Once home to the historic WHK Studio One complex, the first radio station in the area, the station departed in 1977 and sections of the complex fell into disrepair. The project will rehabilitate this musically historic section into thirteen one- and two-bedroom loft-style apartments.

Dixon and Robinson* (Elyria) Total Project Cost: $42,055,739 Total Tax Credit: $2,150,000 Address: 401, 415, 417, 425 Broad St. The Dixon and Robinson Buildings are a pair of historic buildings facing Elyria’s public square. Now vacant, the buildings will be rehabilitated and repurposed into an innovative hub centered around the esports arena/gaming hub. Food and dining options will be housed on the first floor with commercial office space and classrooms space on the upper floors.

Erieview Tower* (Cleveland) Total Project Cost: $100,646,863 Total Tax Credit: $5,000,000 Address: 1322 E. 12th St. Erieview Tower, constructed in 1964, is a minimalist steel/glass 40-story tower within the skyline of downtown Cleveland. Originally designed for office use, the increased vacancy of recent years has created a need for renovation within this complex. Now, it will be rehabilitated to host office space, hospitality suites, residential units, and a rooftop

Folwell-Zollinger Building (Canton) Total Project Cost: $10,620,641 Total Tax Credit: $2,000,000 Address: 111 2nd St. NW The Folwell-Zollinger Building is a long-vacant building in downtown Canton. Built around 1902, the building had a variety of commercial and office tenants over the years. After rehabilitation, the building will house 24 one- and two-bedroom apartments and ground floor commercial space.

Havyn Apartments (Cleveland) Total Project Cost: $2,249,452 Total Tax Credit: $247,000 Address: 1780 E. 89th St. The Havyn Apartments is a circa 1909 brick apartment complex in the East 89th Historic District in Cleveland. Currently vacant, the rehabilitation project seeks to restore the building to its historic use as residential apartments. Eight units will be housed within the historic building and an additional eight units will be housed in a newly constructed unit on the rear of the building, providing much needed housing in the area.

Holiday Inn (Cleveland) Total Project Cost: $39,306,897 Total Tax Credit: $3,920,000 Address: 3614 Euclid Ave. Dating back to 1949, the Holiday Inn building is located on Cleveland’s “Millionaire’s Row” and previously housed a classic Holiday Inn. Vacant since 2019, the building will now be rehabilitated into a 188-room hotel with fitness centers, meeting space, and a restaurant with a Midtown theme.

Kresge #634 (Salem) Total Project Cost: $2,002,736 Total Tax Credit: $247,400 Address: 343 E. State St. The Kresge Building, originally constructed in 1930 in Salem, was the original iteration of what became known as “Kmart”. The building was most recently used as the home of the Butler Art Institute. Vacant since 2015, the historic building will be repurposed into a restaurant, taking advantage of the building’s open floor plan and considerable room for outdoor dining.

Lake County National Bank* (Painesville) Total Project Cost: $17,936,206 Total Tax Credit: $1,544,375 Address: 30 S. Park Place Only the second project in Painesville to be awarded historic tax credits, the former Lake County National Bank building sits on the city’s central square in the downtown historic district. An example of mid-century architecture, the building served as a bank until recently but is now vacant. After the rehabilitation is complete it will hold 65 dormitory-style apartments serving the students of nearby Lake Erie College. The building will also house amenity spaces for students as well as a small commercial space.

Lyman, Strong & Co. – Kaplan-Shanman Building (Cleveland) Total Project Cost: $17,045,683 Total Tax Credit: $1,700,000 Address: 1250 Riverbed St. Originally constructed in 1887 for Lyman, Strong & Co as a marble plant, this industrial style brick building had been vacant for over a decade. The building, located in the Cleveland Centre Historic District, will be rehabilitated to house 70 studio and one-bedroom residential units with offices on the top floor and a roof-top deck.

Mahoning National Bank (Youngstown) Total Project Cost: $12,163,874 Total Tax Credit: $1,200,000 Address: 26 Market St. The Mahoning National Bank building, built in 1910, is located in downtown Youngstown along historic Market Street. This 13-story building will be rehabilitated into 71 residential units while maintaining commercial spaces on the first four floors. Historic wood paneling, decorative brass doors, and Grecian-style marble will be preserved.

Mentzer-Sorrick Farm (New Franklin) Total Project Cost: $1,893,000 Total Tax Credit: $250,000 Address: 365 Center Rd. The Mentzer-Sorrick Farm site includes a house, barn, silo, milk house, and woodshed near New Franklin. Originally serving agricultural purposes, the rehabilitation will transform this historic complex into an entertainment and short-term hospitality venue. While stabilizing the barn and rebuilding the historic hay doors, the agrarian roots will be repurposed into an in-demand venue.

Old Akron Beacon Journal Building (Akron) PICTURED Total Project Cost: $2,550,000 Total Tax Credit: $250,000 Address: 105 E. Market St. The Old Akron Beacon Journal Building, constructed in 1911, is a large brick building occupying Akron’s historic Journal Alley. The building served as office space for the Beacon Journal until the paper outgrew the building in 1929. The building is currently underutilized and will be rehabilitated into a mixed-use space including 12 residential units on the upper floor and commercial space on the ground floor.

Packard Apartments* (Warren) Total Project Cost: $6,379,738 Total Tax Credit: $1,180,629 Address: 318 N. Park Ave. Constructed in 1898 by the Packard brothers of automobile fame, the Packard Apartments project in Warren will rehabilitate a building that has been vacant and deteriorating. While much of the interior historic fabric has been lost, original fireplace mantels and tile surrounds remain and will be repaired. Upon completion, 17 new apartments will be available.

Philadelphia Rubber Works Co. Building* (Akron) Total Project Cost: $57,055,000 Total Tax Credit: $1,680,000 Address: 123 W. Bartges St. The Philadelphia Rubber Works Building, built in 1910, was home to the B.F. Goodrich Company Historic District in Akron. Featuring an irregular layout due to frequent additions to the complex, the building has stood vacant for almost a decade. Upon completion, the property will provide 105 residential units, a 6,000 square foot fitness center, and 35 new townhouses on an adjacent parcel.

Renkert Building* (Canton) Total Project Cost: $50,008,270 Total Tax Credit: $4,777,400 Address: 306 Market Ave. Constructed in 1914, the Renkert Building is Canton’s first skyscraper. The 10-story brick tower originally housed a department store and later office space until its vacancy in 2017. The tower will be rehabilitated into a 92-room hotel with restaurants on the lower levels. A three-story building will be constructed as part of the project with parking on the lower levels and a restaurant on the upper level overlooking Centennial Plaza in downtown Canton.

West Side YWCA* (Cleveland) Total Project Cost: $32,038,237 Total Tax Credit: $1,187,221 Address: 3105 Franklin Blvd. Located in the Ohio City neighborhood of Cleveland, the former West Side YWCA project includes two buildings: a former mansion and a former dormitory building. After the Y moved out, the property served a Catholic organization and then as a home for people with developmental disabilities until it was vacated in 2018. The historic buildings will be converted into 37 apartments. A 49-unit apartment building with parking will be constructed as part of the project. *Project has been awarded a tax credit in a previous round and has reapplied for increased credits under Senate Bill 225 changes.

Warner & Swasey Co. Building (Cleveland) Total Project Cost: $50,392,441 Total Tax Credit: $2,000,000 Address: 5701 Carnegie Ave. The Warner & Swasey Co. Building, once home to a company manufacturing precision tools and instruments, has stood on Cleveland’s Carnegie Avenue for over 100 years. Vacant since the 1990’s, the former commercial building will now be rehabilitated to bring 140 affordable residential units to the Midtown environment, once again a focus of the community.

Southeast Ohio

102 E Main Street (Somerset) Total Project Cost: $1,394,070 Total Tax Credit: $138,000 Address: 102 E. Main St. Constructed in 1873, 102 E Main St. is made up of two building located in the core of historic downtown Somerset. Originally used as a storefront, it was most recently utilized as a local restaurant that has since closed. The rehabilitation will preserve the original brick façade and retain the historic details throughout site. After completion, the property will house Maxwell’s Pizza on the first floor and three residential apartments on the upper floor. An outdoor patio will be added for dining space on the rear of the building.

Finney Hall (New Concord) Total Project Cost: $15,200,996 Total Tax Credit: $1,660,299 Address: 147 Center St. Built in 1961, Finney Hall is a residence hall located on the campus of Muskingum University in New Concord. Due to a need for asbestos abatement, this dormitory sits vacant, despite growing enrollment. After rehabilitation, the building will once again house students, with 65 bedrooms, three new study areas, and residential common areas. Bathrooms, plumbing and electrical systems, and finishes will be replaced while maintaining the original windows.

Rempel Block (Logan) Total Project Cost: $5,671,207 Total Tax Credit: $700,000 Address: 48 E. Main St. Rempel Block is the first project in Logan and Hocking County to receive an OHPTC award. Part of an initiative to revitalize the Logan Historic District, the building will now be rehabilitated to a multi-use building consisting of commercial space, four long-term residential units, and seven short-term residential units. Located in close proximity to Hocking Hills State Park and Ohio University, this investment will create increased development in the area.

Swisher Complex (Somerset) Total Project Cost: $1,304,882 Total Tax Credit: $130,000 Address: 115, 121 E. Main St. The Swisher Complex, a dual property development in Somerset, was constructed in 1880 to host a law office for a former state senator and later remodeled into apartments. The building will retain historic exterior features and will continue to contribute to the district’s aesthetic value. The building will be rehabilitated into a five-room hotel within walking distance of new restaurants, distilleries, and learning hubs.

Southwest Ohio

56 E. McMicken – Front (Cincinnati) Total Project Cost: $1,506,593 Total Tax Credit: $247,000 Address: 56 E. McMicken Ave. This four-story, brick Italianate building was constructed in 1879 in Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood. Originally utilized as a tailor shop, with residential units on the upper floors, the upper floors have fallen into disrepair in recent years. Historic preservation efforts will maintain the building’s Italianate features and add a bar on the first floor with and eight residential units on the upper floors.

56 E. McMicken – Rear (Cincinnati) Total Project Cost: $1,152,238 Total Tax Credit: $226,000 Address: 56 E. McMicken Ave. Originally constructed around 1865, this building is tucked away behind other neighboring buildings. Historically a multi-family residential building, the building will be rehabilitated to again house residents in Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood. The property has been vacant and neglected for decades, destroying much of the historic fabric. The project will preserve what remains and create five one- and two- bedroom residential units in the historic structure.

312 W. Fourth St (Cincinnati) Total Project Cost: $1,501,562 Total Tax Credit: $186,627 Address: 312 W. Fourth St. Built in 1886, 312 W Fourth St. has provided Cincinnati with a variety of services over the years, including clothing production, an art gallery, and a photography studio. The first floor is currently utilized as retail space, while the upper floors have been vacant for years. After rehabilitation, the building will house seven residential units on the upper floors and preserve the retail space on the ground floor. The rehabilitation project will retain historic features such as windows and wood floors.

521 Dandridge Street (Cincinnati) Total Project Cost: $950,606 Total Tax Credit: $186,500 Address: 521 Dandridge St. Located in the Pendletone/Over-the-Rhine neighborhood in Cincinnati, this building currently houses four residentials units and will be preserved as its historic use. Historic rehabilitation will preserve and maintain quality, affordable housing in the area and make critical repairs and updates to the building. Remaining historical features will be preserved on the interior and exterior of the building.

610 Church (Cincinnati) Total Project Cost: $1,129,293 Total Tax Credit: $242,236 Address: 610 Church St. Located in Cincinnati’s Lower Price Hill district, 610 Church St, is part of a larger 19- building project to bring affordable living spaces to the area. This unique residential building will once again host five apartment units while maintaining the original historic facade.

635 Main St (Cincinnati) Total Project Cost: $1,676,256 Total Tax Credit: $167,000 Address: 635 Main St. Building Located in downtown Cincinnati’s Main Street Historic District, the building has been vacant since 2019. Originally developed to host businesses and their accompanying office space, the rehabilitation effort looks to preserve the building’s historical features. The rehabilitation project will reactivate the vacant building, housing a law firm and associated businesses and four, short-term rental units.

661 Neave (Cincinnati) Total Project Cost: $1,129,293 Total Tax Credit: $242,236 Address: 661 Neave St. 661 Neave St. is a brick building located in Cincinnati’s Lower Price Hill. Part of a larger 19- building project to bring affordable living spaces to the area, this 3 ½ story residential building will once again host five apartment units while maintaining the original historic façade.

720 State Ave (Cincinnati) Total Project Cost: $904,167 Total Tax Credit: $193,789 Address: 720 State Ave. 20 State Ave. is a brick building within Cincinnati’s Lower Price Hill. Part of a larger 19- building project to bring affordable living spaces to the area, this residential building will host four new apartment units while maintaining the original decorative window arches.

1121 Dayton Street (Cincinnati) Total Project Cost: $879,925 Total Tax Credit: $211,731 Address: 1121 Dayton St. 1121 Dayton St., originally built in 1867, is a brick building in the Dayton Street Historic District, formerly known as “Millionaire’s Row”. Previously inhabited by carpenters, lithographers, and coachmen, this currently vacant building will once again house four residential units.

1609 Pleasant Street (Cincinnati) Total Project Cost: $712,955 Total Tax Credit: $139,700 Address: 1609 Pleasant St. 1609 Pleasant St., a staple of the Over-the-Rhine Historic District within Cincinnati, is a brick building built in the 1800’s. Originally a residential building, the recent resurgence of the neighborhood has created significant demand for housing. The rehabilitation process is part of an 18-building project to create apartment complexes and will maintain existing stairways, brick masonry, and tile.

2133 St. Michael (Cincinnati) Total Project Cost: $1,356,250 Total Tax Credit: $249,999 Address: 2133 St. Michaels St. Originally built in 1900, 2133 St. Michael St. is a brick building within Cincinnati’s Lower Price Hill. Part of a larger 19-building project to bring affordable living spaces to the area, this four-story residential building will once again host six apartment units while maintaining the original historic facade.

2155 Loth Street (Cincinnati) Total Project Cost: $1,188,258 Total Tax Credit: $233,000 Address: 2155 Loth St. Built in the late 1800s, 2155 Loth St. originally provided the Cincinnati’s historic Over-theRhine neighborhood with affordable multi-tenant housing. Working to provide safe, affordable housing to the area as demand rises, the historic brick building will once again honor the neighborhood’s unique character while providing five housing units.

3104 Warsaw Ave. (Cincinnati) Total Project Cost: $2,146,800 Total Tax Credit: $210,000 Address: 3104 Warsaw Ave. Built in the late 19th century, 3104 Warsaw Ave. is a brick building in Cincinnati’s East Price Hill within the historic Warsaw Ave Community Business District. Part of the Warsaw Creative Campus initiative, this property will be home to nine housing units and a barbershop on the first floor and once again contribute to the historic neighborhood.

Algonquin Hotel (Dayton) Total Project Cost: $39,000,000 Total Tax Credit: $3,800,000 Address: 11 S. Ludlow St. The Algonquin Hotel in downtown Dayton served as a hotel to travelers to the area for more than 100 years. In recent years, the building has sat vacant and began to deteriorate. Through rehabilitation, the empty hotel will be turned into a vibrant multi-use building with a restaurant, bowling alley, and a bar on the lower floors and 106 residential units on the upper floors in an effort to once again become a focus of the Dayton community.

Gwynne Building* (Cincinnati) Total Project Cost: $125,058,830 Total Tax Credit: $2,120,000 Address: 602-610 Main St. 216 E. 6th St. Located in downtown Cincinnati, the circa 1913 Gwynne Building held a variety of office users and commercial tenants over the years and was once home to some of Procter & Gamble’s offices. The mostly vacant building is poised to be converted into a 174-room boutique-lifestyle hotel and spa.

Longfellow School Complex* (Dayton) Total Project Cost: $32,642,000 Total Tax Credit: $1,393,572 Address: 245 Salem Ave. Located in Dayton’s Grafton Hill neighborhood, the former Longfellow School was constructed beginning in the 1880s with numerous additions in later years. Vacant since 2017, the school complex will be rehabilitated into 54 senior apartments. A new building will be constructed on an adjacent lot that will hold an additional 72 units. Performance spaces in the school will be used by a local theater group. Original features of the school will be incorporated into the residential reuse such as pressed metal ceilings, terrazzo floors, and broad hallways.

Mercantile Redevelopment (Cincinnati) Total Project Cost: $60,153,103 Total Tax Credit: $5,000,000 Address: 414 Walnut St., 115 E. 5th St. Located in the Fountain Square district of downtown Cincinnati, the Mercantile Redevelopment project includes a pair of buildings, the Mercantile Library Building and the Formica Corporation Building. The project will rehabilitate the vacant portions of the building, creating three new commercial spaces and 140 residential units, in addition to the expansion of the institutional space on the upper floors of the Mercantile Library Building.

Mietenkoetter House (Cincinnati) Total Project Cost: $638,450 Total Tax Credit: $125,000 Address: 2008 Colerain Ave. Constructed in 1890, the Mietenkotter House is a brick building in the Dayton Street Historic District, formerly known as “Millionaire’s Row”. Originally a single-family residence, the building was transitioned into a multi-family home before vacancy. After rehabilitation, the building will once again house 3 multi-family residential units. Rehabilitation efforts will preserve the historic fabric, such as stone windowsills, pocket doors and fireplace mantels.

O.P. Boyer and Sons Funeral Home (Dayton) Total Project Cost: $1,254,156 Total Tax Credit: $125,300 Address: 609 W. Riverview Ave. Constructed in 1925, the O.P. Boyer and Sons Funeral Home is a brick building located in Dayton’s Grafton Hill Neighborhood. Commonly known as the Boyer Mortuary, the site was known for hosting famous processions including that of Orville Wright. The property has been vacant since 1979 and has fallen into disrepair. After rehabilitation, the building will house multiple office spaces and one residential unit.

Second National Bank (Hamilton) Total Project Cost: $11,168,141 Total Tax Credit: $1,830,842 Address: 219 High St. Second National Bank was built in 1931 in downtown Hamilton, and previously housed a banking hall and office space. Sporting a historic sandstone exterior, future uses will utilize the unique layout of the building, including the reuse of the building’s historic vaults as private dining rooms and a dining area in the former banking hall. Upper floors will house co-working space, meeting rooms, and a new roof deck, while the adjacent pedestrian plaza will be utilized for outdoor dining.

United Brethren Publishing House* (Dayton) Total Project Cost: $87,670,626 Total Tax Credit: $3,675,000 Address: 40 S. Main St. The United Brethren Publishing House is a 21-story building constructed in downtown Dayton between 1903 and 1924. Over the years the building has housed a variety of commercial and office tenants prior to vacating more than 10 years ago. The upper floors still retain many interior historic features that will be retained as the project is revitalized. The building will be rehabilitated to include 200 residential units and more than 53,000 square feet of commercial space in Dayton’s urban core. Exterior historic windows will be retained, and the building’s decorative features will be repaired. *Project has been awarded a tax credit in a previous round and has reapplied for increased credits under Senate Bill 225 changes.

Central Ohio

Masonic Block Building (Caledonia) Total Project Cost: $1,030,000 Total Tax Credit: $201,500 Address: 107, 109 and 111 E. Marion St. The Masonic Block Building, constructed in 1897, is an anchor of the 1890’s Public Square within Caledonia. Prior to its vacancy in 2008, the site housed the area’s Masonic organization and its related businesses. The rehabilitation project seeks to revitalize three retail storefront spaces and encourage area residents and visitors to shop local.

McKinley Building (Mt. Vernon) Total Project Cost: $73,720 Total Tax Credit: $20,500 Address: 6 W. Chestnut St. The McKinley Building is a brick building near the historic Mt. Vernon public square. With its name carved into stone on the front elevation of the building, the Victorian-style building has served for decades as apartments in downtown Mt. Vernon, but now requires rehabilitation to, once again, provide six apartments to the neighborhood. The project will preserve the building’s historic façade and unique remaining historic fabric on the interior including woodwork, tile, and fireplaces.

Ohio Bell Southwestern Headquarters* (Columbus) Total Project Cost: $107,658,074 Total Tax Credit: $5,000,000 Address: 150 E. Gay St. The Ohio Bell Southwestern HQ building in downtown Columbus was constructed in the early 1970s to house offices for the company. The currently vacant building will be reactivated as 336 studio, 1-, and 2-bedroom apartments with commercial space on the first floor and mezzanine. The rehabilitation project will retain historic features such as original windows and quartzite wall cladding on the interior.

West High School (Columbus) Total Project Cost: $29,166,888 Total Tax Credit: $2,000,000 Address: 120 S. Central Ave. Originally constructed in 1908, West High School is a former Columbus Public School building. The building has been vacant since 2014. The former school property will be repurposed into 45 affordable residential units. New construction on the site will add 52 other units. *Project has been awarded a tax credit in a previous round and has reapplied for increased credits under Senate Bill 225 changes.

Source: Office of Governor DeWine

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