New ULI Case Study: 21c Museum Hotel Cincinnati
A distinctively different hotel, the 21c Museum Hotel Cincinnati features not only historic architecture but also fine art in a museum-quality setting. The project is also an exemplary public/private partnership that yielded the first full-service hotel to be developed in Cincinnati in 28 years.
The building is an innovative hybrid of a vibrant contemporary art museum and a 156-room boutique hotel that is at the hub of a growing arts and entertainment district and has contributed to the revitalization of Cincinnati’s downtown. A masterful orchestration of century-old historic details and clean modern design characterizes the project.
The building was redeveloped from a property that originally hosted a hotel built in 1912. Visitors to the hotel can enjoy the 3,082-square-foot fine-dining restaurant and 8,000 square feet of gallery, meeting, and event space dedicated to exhibiting art of the 21st century.
Open to the public free of charge, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, the 21c Museum Hotel features rotating curated exhibitions of the work of living artists, including site-specific multimedia installations.
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