We visited Cincinnati in February and have another trip planned for the upcoming weekend (more photos from that too!). Joel and I are looking for a more permanent residence in Cincinnati and so have spent some time scoping it out before we officially move down there.
Will has been our Tour Guide Extraordinaire.
We went out to breakfast with him to a place called Tucker's in Over-the-Rhine.
He showed us around the city, including some really great views.
Joel went to college at University of Cincinnati but his program was so intensive (including 3 internships in other states) that he isn't as familiar with Cincinnati as well as someone who stayed there beyond undergrad, namely Will.
While driving around we saw this German-inspired-yet-slightly-off house.
We spent a lot of time walking around Northside which is where Will lives and we may eventually end up.
Will lives here at the American Can Lofts.
We visited a couple years ago before it was full of lofts and instead was an empty warehouse full of concrete rubble and ancient blueprints covered in dust. So when we visited the first time after that I was blown away. I had a hard time envisioning that shell converted into sleek, modern lofts. But that's why Will does what he does and I do not.
He has a lovely view from his window.
In other news, I finished my third pair of knitted socks.