Built in 1924 and designed by Garber & Woodward, this 10-story Neo-Classical building was the home of the Cincinnati Club that formed from the Businessmen’s Club that was established in 1892. This private club had dining rooms, a gym, Turkish bath, a bowling alley, rooms for billiards and cards, a library, reading rooms, and residential quarters for members and guests. The building was renovated in the 1990’s and today it houses law offices and a banquet hall. The Cincinnati Club is on the National Registry of Historic Places.
30 Garfield Place, Downtown