Trevarren Flats I

(Grand Opening Held for 30 units of Historic Rehabilitation Development in Cincinnati)

March 10, 2016 —For over 130 years, the Trevarren buildings have anchored the nationally registered Peebles Corner Historic District in Walnut Hills in Cincinnati, Ohio. These extraordinary structures are some of the most recognizable buildings in the local community. Trevarren Flats I is the $9.1 million first phase historic preservation and revitalization of 30 residential market rate apartments and over 7,200 square feet of retail and office space, plus an additional 7,102 square feet of commercial space in the basement.  Trevarren Flats I features an Intercom and door release system, bamboo hardwood flooring, ceramic tile floors in kitchens and bathrooms, new kitchen wood cabinets, granite countertops, high efficiency central A/C and heating, new Energy Star appliances, new windows and coverings, and ceiling fans. Financing sources for Trevarren Flats I include Federal and State Historic Tax Credits, funding through Fifth Third Bank, Walnut Hills Redevelopment Foundation, The City of Cincinnati, Cincinnati Development Fund, and Ohio Capital Finance Corporation. Equity investment was provided by Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing. 











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