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2016 Rehabilitation Award from Cincinnati Preservation Association

We are proud that Abigail Apts at 512 E 12th St.was honored by the Cincinnati Preservation Association at their 52nd annual meeting at Pinecroft on Sunday, November 13th 2016 with a Preservation Awards for Rehabilitation:

http://cincinnatipreservation.org/preservation-awards-annual-meeting/

Thank You!

Abigail in the news

A nice article covering our bike friendly features in local news. Read the full article here:
http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2016/05/10/these-bike-friendl...

Bike Friendly Destination is offical

Frank Henson of Queen City Bike officially designating Abigail Apartments as a Bike Friendly Destination!

Abigail @ 512e12 Now Accepting Applications

The renovation of 512e12 is nearly complete, and website for Abigail@512e12 is online, and has started accepting applications. "Unique, historic 1 bedroom apartments".

Orcas Cabin approved by DRC

The Design Review Committee of Eagle Lake has approved the Orcas Cabin. First phase of construction is planned to begin 2015.

512e12 awarded City of Cininnati Tax Abatement

After a lengthy review process and a meeting with the mayor, 512 e 12th st. apartments was awarded property tax abatement up to 75% of improvement value. Community Redevelopment Agency Tax Abatement program serves to create jobs and enhance neighborhoods.

512e12 awarded State of Ohio Historic Tax Credits

Andre Bilokur, an architect and local real estate developer, stands in front of 512 E. 12th St. Tuesday, June 30, 2015. Bilokur's project to renovate a dilapidated building to house seven apartments obtained state historic preservation tax credits.(Photo: The Enquirer/Bowdeya Tweh)
Abigail Apartments Historic Tax Credit application was approved in the 14th round in a very competitive market.

From the article 7 city rehab projects get Ohio tax credits, by Bowdeya Tweh, Cincinnati Enquirer:

Andre Bilokur, an architect and local real estate developer, stands in front of 512 E. 12th St. Tuesday, June 30, 2015. Bilokur's project to renovate a dilapidated building to house seven apartments obtained state historic preservation tax credits.(Photo: The Enquirer/Bowdeya Tweh)

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Aquisition of 512 E 12th St.

BiLT architects acquires a vacant 7 unit apartment building at 512 E 12th St. in Pendleton. The historic restoration of the original 7 1-bedroom units will attempt to save intact plaster, woodwork, and windows. The finished units will be priced at mid market rate, targeted at bicyclists and incorporate an urban farming component.

Patricia Bittner appointed to Historic Conservation Board

Patricia Bittner has been appointed to the developer's seat on the City of Cincinnati Historic Conservation Board for a 1 year term. The Historic Conservation Board, established by ordinance in 1980, consists of seven members who are appointed by the City Manager. The Board must include at least one professional historic preservationist, one historian, two architects, one attorney, one person engaged in the real estate or development business, and one economist.