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In this video we take a look at Cincinnati, OH, a city with a nice and skyline. It has some older builings back from in the '30s, but is mostly filled with modernist Buildings from the '70s till the '90s. However, it's tallest Buildings is brand new and opened in 2011. Also there are a few smaller buildings rising to the sky for the moment, so Enjoy! If you've got a request for a city, just tell me in the comments I hope you enjoyed this episode, and Please LIKE or SUBSCRIBE for more videos. This was a redblackproduction, please check out following channels https://www.youtube.com/user/RedBlackProductions0/featured https://www.youtube.com/user/isthereanythathasnt3
**WARNING*** Vulgar language Cincinnati, Ohio Federal Building. This jackboot was out of control. Look at the hate in his eyes. Straight up, this dude was nuts. Everyone needs to call Paragon Security company and give them hell. Paragon Systems Inc. 13655 Dulles Technology Dr. Suite 100 Herndon, VA 20171 Phone: (703) 263-7176 Fax: (703) 263-9527 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday, EST gofundme: https://www.gofundme.com/fighting-for-the-first-amendment Accepting pay pal donations, send to: email@example.com Every person within 50 miles needs to go the federal building and film these pricks. Every person watching this video needs to call these jerks and remind them, we're not their property. Audio at the end: Hand of the Almighty Artist: John Butler Thank you to every...
Recorded in the vicinity of the Renner & Stonewall Street intersection in Over the Rhine, Cincinnati. Here, there are numerous alley ways and abandoned roads running this way and that way. I decided to explore some of them in this video. There are piles of bricks from numerous retaining walls, foundations, basements and cellars.
In 1850, Cincinnati was the second densest city in the country, but in the last century as residents began their flight to the suburbs neighborhoods lost population and in some spots buildings were abandoned. Walnut Hills was once considered Cincinnati’s second downtown, but in the last century the area fell on hard times. When the historic firehouse burnt down in 1977, it was left to crumble for over 3 decades. A couple years ago developer Kent Hardman bought the building from the city for $1. Hardman spent heavily to bring the building back to life- it’s now his loft apartment upstairs and a pizzeria downstairs- and he says he’ll only “break even” with his investment, but he’s more interested in helping turn the entire neighborhood around. He invested in the building next door and vac...
THIS IS A VIDEO OF THE TOP 10 TALLEST SKYSCRAPERS IN CINCINNATI UNITED STATES OF AMERICA IN 2017, FINISHED AND INAUGURATED, THIS TOP DON'T COUNT THE SKYSCRAPERS IN CONSTRUCTION, I HOPE YOU LIKE IT, SOON I WILL UPLOAD MORE VIDEOS LIKE THIS! PLEASE SUBSCRIBE!!! :) ESTE ES UN VIDEO DE TOP 10 SOBRE LOS RASCACIELOS MÁS ALTOS DE CINCINNATI, ESTADOS UNIDOS DE AMÉRICA EN EL 2017, TERMINADOS E INAUGURADOS POR LO QUE NO SE TOMARON EN CUENTA LOS RASCACIELOS EN CONSTRUCCIÓN, ESPERO QUE LES GUSTE, PRONTO SUBIRE MÁS VIDEOS COMO ESTE. PORFAVOR SUSCRÍBETE!!! :)
Michaele Pride, director of the University of Cincinnati's top-ranked School of Architecture & Interior Design, and Kelly Anderson, an architecture grad student, discuss the master plan for UC's Campus, which includes sprawling greens and winding walkways and highlights four buildings: Steger Student Life Center, Campus Recreation Center, Engineering Research Center, and University Pavilion. Link to the website below: http://www.uc.edu/
Carew Tower is a 49-story, 574-foot (175 m) building completed in 1930 in the heart of downtown Cincinnati, Ohio, overlooking the Ohio River waterfront. It is the second-tallest building in the city and was added to the register of National Historic Landmarks on August 5, 1982. Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza is a member of Historic Hotels of America, the official program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.  The complex contains the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza (formerly Omni Netherland Plaza), which is described as a fine example of French Art Deco architecture, and was used as the model for the Empire State Building in New York City. The hotel's Hall of Mirrors banquet room was inspired by the Hall of Mirrors at the Palace of Versailles. The tower remained ...
In this Episode we take a look at what Buildings the near future will bring to the United States of America. It is amazing to see how many magnificent Supertall towers are being erected in the US at the moment. I hope you enjoyed the video and LIKE or SUBSCRIBE for more videos. This is a redblackproduction, please check out following channels: https://www.youtube.com/user/RedBlackProductions0/featured https://www.youtube.com/user/isthereanythathasnt3
Check out my new channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/nsupe/ this bridge is in wilder, ky over the licking river. if you know of any cool abandoned places or things to climb near cincinnati, PLEASE let me know. instagram/snapchat/twitter: nicksupe
The filming is not very professional, I know. I had no intention of putting this on YouTube until just recently. My exploration videos to come will be better, I hope. GoPros are not particularly good in low-light conditions so the inside of the tunnel was not captured how I had wanted it, so go explore it for yourself! Details: The south entrance to the tunnel is located right next to Interstate-71 and down the hill from the intersection of Dix and Crown streets in Cincinnati, Ohio. Where Crown street dead ends, head over the guardrail down the hill to your left. The hill is rather steep so be prepared. (The north entrance of the tunnel can also be used if steep hills aren't your forte.) The tunnel is roughly 1/3 of a mile long and can get quite cold inside. I recommend taking powerfu...
Informational video about the 580 building.
Here is the full explore from Cincinnati Machine Tools of both the Technical Centre and the office buildings. Unfortunately I had to cut out some of the explore at the start as the video was way too dark however I am planning on visiting this place again soon and hopefully the video will be better as there where some interesting rooms at the start like a flooded auditorium. We chose to access this building through a very difficult route as we where unaware of the much easier entry point which we found at the end of the explore. As we got to the top of the canal bank and made our way to the fence we must have been picked up on the cameras of the building next door (I'm sure this building was part of Cincinnati but was sold as there was brand new fork lifts and trucks inside when I looked th...
In Cincinnati, the Mayerson Center for Safe and Healthy Children and Beech Acres Parenting Center are building coalitions linking health and other public systems with community to lift up grass roots efforts taking place in the city’s neighborhoods. These coalitions include cross-sector partners from education, social services, juvenile justice, public health, and economic development, parents and community movements.
This is a time-lapse video of thunderstorms building over Cincinnati on August 28, 2016. These storms ended up dumping 3-5 inches over a couple of hours, causing widespread flash flooding and power outages. Frames were taken once every five seconds and played back at 24 frames per sec. Shot on a Go Pro 3.
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