- published: 30 May 2016
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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
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.
**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 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 everyone for all your support and kind words and recommendations. As for the haters..... keep on hating.
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...
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 ...
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/
It used to be a parking garage, I believe. Now it's just a hole in the ground, as the construction crew works on the basement for the building. The building is expected to be the tallest structure in the city, and the immediate surrounding, upon its' completion.
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
The orange barrels and construction equipment has taken over the streets of downtown. Utility relocation for the Streetcar and remodeling buildings downtown has traffic building up, but the city asks people to remain calm. City officials said the wo
Picture highlights from visit to Cincinnati Summer of 2015. Pictures included are mostly of Over-the-Rhine district, including stops at Union Station - City History exhibit, Great American Ball Park, Washington Park, Taste of Belgium Restaurant, a historic beer garden, site of Anne Oakley's sharpshooter debut, old German Tenement buildings on Vine st, St. Francis Seraph Church, An underground lagering cavern, and Moerlein Brewery/Tap Room.
Driving Downtown Streets - Vine Street - Cincinnati Ohio USA - Episode 66. Starting Point: https://goo.gl/maps/1PSfa1fy2yC2 . Vine Street functions as Cincinnati's central thoroughfare. It bisects the downtown neighborhood, as well as the adjacent Over-the-Rhine neighborhood. Most of the buildings on Vine Street are commercial, and represent the city's historic business district. The street is well maintained, however many of the buildings are deteriorating. Vine street is also known for its large amount of pedestrian traffic, particularly around Fountain Square. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vine_Street,_Cincinnati Cincinnati is a city in the U.S. state of Ohio that serves as county seat of Hamilton County. Settled in 1788, the city is located on the north side of the confluence of t...
Informational video about the 580 building.