The Dixie Terminal building is a building on Fourth Street with some amazing details to it. The building itself was built in 1921 and designed by Garber and Woodward. The building originally served as a streetcar terminal and stock exchange. The arcade was lined with stores and included railroad ticket agencies.
There are so many intricate details to the building that pictures do not really do it justice. There is the ornate décor in the archway of the building, Rookwood tiles lining the doorways and if you are standing outside of the building looking in, you can see all the way through the arcade to the river. This building is one in Cincinnati that you definitely need to stop and see for yourself.
49 East Fourth Street, Cincinnati