Completed in 1948, the 20-story Terrace Plaza Hotel in Cincinnati, Ohio, was one of the first post-war hotels in America and the first major building by legendary design firm Skidmore, Owings and Merrill (SOM). Pioneering female architect Natalie de Blois played a major role in the hotel’s design.
Mostly vacant since 2008, the hotel is currently deteriorating.
Send a letter to Mayor John Cranley and urge the City to prioritize the preservation and redevelopment of the Terrace Plaza in a way that reestablishes the importance of this historic International Style landmark.
Your contact information will be added to the letter sent to the Mayor.
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