Did You Know That Sycamore Place Lofts Is an Example of Adaptive Reuse?
Cincinnati is no stranger to adaptive reuse; in fact, the city has a long and proud history of tranforming historic buildings into new and prosperous homes and businesses. Rather than tearing down these history-filled buildings to make room for glossy new condos and industrial complexes, places like Sycamore Place Lofts breathe new life into some of Cincinnati’s most fascinating historic structures — in our case, the old Krippendorf-Dittman Company building!
If you’re interested in learning a bit more about the history of the Krippendorf-Dittman Company building, check out the informational video below! And be sure to read more about Cincinnati’s historic buildings here and here.
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