OVERVIEW & HISTORY
The Reserve is an elegant, 15-story tower built in 1927 in Downtown Cincinnati’s West Fourth Street Historic District. Formerly the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, this impressive, neo-Renaissance building is now well situated for a unique urban lifestyle.
In 1979 the West Fourth Street Historic District was included on the National Register of Historic Places, highlighting this structure as an excellent example of Second Renaissance Revival architecture with works by well-known architects Gustave W. Drach and Samuel Hannaford.
History and luxury merge as The Reserve is refashioned into contemporary apartments and lofts while preserving its historical significance and distinguished charm. Awarded Best Total Renovation by the Greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky Apartment Association in 2015. Receipient of the Rehabilitation Award in 2013 from the Cincinnati Preservation Assocation.
The Reserve was refinished with green practices in mind. Learn more about our Green Advantage.
Interior Design by Heliotrope Design LLC.