21c museum hotel cincinnati : cincinnati, oh

catalyzing economic + cultural rejuvenation

Client: 3CDC (Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation)

21c Cincinnati was a comprehensive adaptive re-use in collaboration with renowned design architect Deborah Berke Partners. The program 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 this project. The building was redeveloped from a property that originally hosted a hotel built in 1912. Visitors to 21c Cincinnati can now enjoy a signature restaurant and 8,000 sf of gallery, meeting, and event space dedicated to exhibiting art of the 21st century including site-specific multimedia installations. The exhibits are open to the public free of charge, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Size

159,000 sf

Construction Cost

$28 M

Firm Responsibility

Forensic Investigation
Redevelopment Concept
Architectural Design
Contract Documents
Contract Administration

Completion Date

2012

Awards

Architectural Record, Good Design/Good Business Award, 2014

AIA Pittsburgh, Excellence in Historic Preservation, 2013; Honors in Interior Architecture, 2013

Cincinnati Preservation Association, Rehab Award, 2013

Timothy Anderson Awards for Excellence in Historic Rehab, 2013

ULI, Global Award, 2013 Architizer, A+A Award, Special Mention, 2014

Collaborators

Associate/Design Architect

Deborah Berke Partners

Structural Engineer

Atlantic Engineering Services

MEP Engineer

Kohrs Lonnemann Heil Engineers, PSC

Construction manager

Messer Construction

Historic Preservation Consultant

Judith B. Williams

Lighting Design Consultant

IlluminationWorks, LLC

Food Service Consultant

MFI Enterprises

Acoustic Consultant

Babich Acoustics

Photographer

GLINT Studios

Photographer

Tony Soluri Photography

Photographer

Immortal Images Architectural Photography

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