Located on Vine St. in downtown Cincinnati, the Cincinnati Enquirer Building was designed by Lockwood Greene and Co. and completed in 1926. The newspaper’s offices are now a few blocks away on Elm St., and this building stands empty.
My favorite detail of the façade is the stained glass, particularly the small medallion-type elements:
Even the side of the building, which is hard to see from the street, features patterned details:
The radio station on WKRP in Cincinnati was located in the Osgood R. Flimm Building, which was actually the Enquirer Building. In the credits, you can see a shot very similar to my last photo:
Are there any plans for this building?