Take pride in the heritage of your community and live in a historical Italian Renaissance Revival icon. This architecturally distinctive building, located in one of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhoods, overflows with character.

The scale, size, and features of The Baldwin are visually dominating whether driving along Gilbert Avenue from downtown, leaving Eden Park, or simply passing by on I-71. The prominent clock tower, rounded-arch openings, 13 foot ceilings, and expansive windows throughout the building illuminate the remarkable design, rich history, and vivid vision of the past.

Located at the entrance to Mt. Adams and Eden Park and near Over-the-Rhine and Uptown’s medical epicenter, residents at The Baldwin are minutes from incredible dining, vibrant nightlife, and sophisticated shopping options, from national favorites to homegrown treasures. Eden Park is also home to the Cincinnati Art Museum, Playhouse in the Park, and Krohn Conservatory.

The Baldwin building was built in the early 1920s and was the home of more than 2,000 employees who produced 11,000 pianos in its first five years. In 1961, The Baldwin Company pulled up its roots and built a new factory. The building remained vacant until being converted to office spaces in 1987. In 2015, The Baldwin building was designated as a historic landmark.

CASTO and Neyer Properties are working together to renovate and restore this prominent building, protecting its character and repurposing the building as urban luxury apartments. Saving the building eliminates thousands of pounds of demolition waste, conserves land and ensures that the history of The Baldwin is not only retained, but becomes a thriving part of the Walnut Hills community again.

This repurposed, modernized and reimagined building with unmatched views of the downtown skyline and Eden Park will be a truly unique residential space for those who love extraordinary urban living.