Artistry – Ground broken on new apartment complex along downtown Cincinnati riverbank


September 11, 2019

The space that used to be Montgomery Inn’s Event Center for decades will now house a new artistic development.

Artistry Cincinnati will include 344 apartments, 8,000 square feet of commercial space and 390 parking spaces.

A groundbreaking ceremony was held Wednesday morning.

The seven-story apartment project is coming to 601 Pete Rose Way near the Purple People Bridge.

Artistry is being developed by Milhaus. The Milhaus Artistry brand focuses on incorporating the arts into its building projects.

For Artistry Cincinnati, Milhaus will work with local artists to complete large-scale, permanent pieces on the exterior of the building, as well as rotating pieces in the property’s 2,500-square-foot common gallery space.

The space will include amenities such as a rooftop pool and aqua lounge, two-story fitness center, yoga studio, indoor and outdoor co-working spaces, community garden, secure bike storage, pet spa and common areas with Wi-Fi enabled.

Milhaus anticipates opening in summer 2021.

This will be the third project in the Cincinnati market for Milhaus. Two others include the 124-unit Poste project under construction in Walnut Hills and the 131-unit Gantry completed in Northside.