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Downtown
Cincinnati

Encore's location adjacent to Saint Xavier Park makes it ideal urban living; walk to work and the city’s best attractions, dining, hotels and shopping, then retreat to the quiet corner of Eighth and Sycamore for an evening of quiet relaxation.

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Encore's location adjacent to Saint Xavier Park makes it ideal urban living; walk to work and the city’s best attractions, dining, hotels and shopping, then retreat to the quiet corner of Eighth and Sycamore for an evening of quiet relaxation.

Premium Location




At Encore, downtown Cincinnati is at your fingertips. Located at the corner of Eighth and Sycamore Streets, you can’t find a more centralized location. The most popular shops and restaurants of Cincinnati’s entertainment districts are just an easy walk away. Red Bike and Cincinnati Bell Connector streetcar stations are also right outside your door.

Red Bike Station

1 min walk

Red Bike is Cincinnati’s newest and most fun system of public transportation. A bike sharing system consisting of 57 stations and 442 bikes makes Greater Cincinnati a more vibrant and connected community.

Connector Streetcar Station

3 min walk

Travel conveniently between popular destinations in Downtown and Uptown, with the Cincinnat Bell Connector — a modern streetcar connecting Cincinnati's historic Over-the-Rhine neighborhood.

Central Business District

4 min walk

Some of the city’s most significant retailers, restaurants and landmarks are within the Central Business District. Macy’s, Tiffany & Co. and a slew of banks and hotels reside along downtown’s main East to West ventricle.

Fountain Square

8 min walk

Every major metropolitan downtown has its “heart” and Fountain Square is just that in Cincinnati. The bronze Genius of Water statue pours water from her outstretched hands inviting patrons to gather during events such as Oktoberfest and holiday ice skating.

Over-the-Rhine

10 min walk

One of Cincinnati’s most storied neighborhoods has seen skyrocketing resurgence in recent years. The renovation of Washington Park coupled with small, NYC-esque restaurants, shops and wine bars have created an entirely new dynamic in downtown’s entertainment landscape.

The Banks

13 min walk

This popular entertainment district runs parallel to the shores of the mighty Ohio, thus, the appropriateness of its name. A myriad restaurants and bars spanning between Cincinnati’s two professional sports stadiums keeps this area lively, game day or not.

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