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The oldest, at 281 West Mc Micken Ave., was built in 1850.
The appeal of the neighborhood goes beyond any single building, though, Hampton says.
Its central corridor, West Mc Micken Avenue, dates back to 1792 when it was built as Hamilton Road.
The road was the main route from Cincinnati to the recently constructed Fort Hamilton, 35 miles north.
Then a small village, Mohawk blossomed after the construction of the canal finished in 1827.
Activity continued to intensify in the 1840s and 1850s, fueled by breweries and an influx of immigrants from Germany and elsewhere. The Sohn district contains some noteworthy buildings from that bustling time period, including the historic Sohn/Clyffside brewing facility, constructed in 1887 with additions dating from the 1930s.
Another building in the district you’ll probably recognize is the Imperial Theater, constructed in 1913.
The theater started out as a vaudeville house before transitioning to movies — first general interest, then of the adult variety.
The other proposed district, the Germania Brewery Historic District, would be across from the existing Mohawk-Bellevue Historic District further northwest up West Mc Micken Avenue.
A corner of Over-the-Rhine that contains a couple iconic neighborhood structures became Cincinnati’s newest local historic district on April 4.
Cincinnati City Council approved legislation that names a short sweep of West Mc Micken Avenue and surrounding streets centered around Hamburg Street the Sohn-Mohawk Historic District.
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