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CINCINNATI: Downtown...Broadway (Pt. 2)

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First, check out Part I if you haven't.

OK, on with Part II:

The old Second District Police Station (early 1900s) is a classical revival building on the National Register of Historic Places:


Cool buildings along the 300 block of Broadway. The first building is the former Academy of Medicine of Cincinnati, which vacated the building late last year:




The Queen City Club (1927), on the SW corner of Broadway and Fourth (the second one includes the Chemed Center):



The neo-classical Lytle Tower (1924, 12 floors):


Western-Southern Life Insurance Company dominates the 400 block of Broadway along its eastern side and features both an old building and a newer building:



An odd, small building on the 400 block of Broadway:


I believe this is the eastern side of the Cincinnati Masonic Center:


On either side of Broadway at Fifth St. is the massive garden plazas of Procter & Gamble. During the business day they are usually inviting, but at other times they are chained off and are clearly not meant for

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