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845 Monmouth Street

845 Monmouth Street in Newport, Kentucky was home to several financial institutions, including National City Bank and a check cashing company.

Location: Newport, Kentucky
Status: Being renovated

Above City News

Above City News

98 North Main Street in downtown Mansfield, Ohio was home to various businesses at one point, including the Mansfield Restaurant and the Coney Island Restaurant that opened in 1936.

Location: Mansfield, Ohio
Status: Active

Catlettsburg National Bank Building

Catlettsburg National Bank Building

The Catlettsburg National Bank Building, located in Catlettsburg, Kentucky, served as the headquarters for the Catlettsburg National Bank.

Location: Catlettsburg, Kentucky
Status: Demolished

Cavanaugh Company

Cavanaugh Company

The Cavanaugh Company, a hardware wholesale supply company, was located in Youngstown, Ohio.

Location: Youngstown, Ohio
Status: Abandoned

Charles Schroer Mortuary

Charles Schroer Mortuary

Charles Schroer Mortuary, located at 131 North Diamond Street in downtown Mansfield, Ohio, was founded in 1857 by Charles Schroer Sr.

Location: Mansfield, Ohio
Status: Active

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Cleveland Aquarium

The former Cleveland Aquarium, located in Gordon Park in the Glenville neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio, was a project that came to fruition by the Cleveland Aquarium Society, the city of Cleveland and the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.

Location: Cleveland, Ohio
Status: Abandoned

Farmers Bank

The Farmers Bank, located in Clintonville, Kentucky, was established by William F. Heathman in 1903.

Location: Clintonville, Kentucky
Status: Closed

F.W. Woolworth

The F.W. Woolworth five-and-dime store was a fixture in downtown Lexington, Kentucky from 1901 to 1990, when the store closed due to depressing downtown retail conditions. The building has since been demolished.

Location: Lexington, Kentucky
Status: Demolished

Hillside Nursing Home

Hillside Nursing Home

Hillside Nursing Home, located in Cincinnati, Ohio, featured 67 certified and licensed beds spread among two structures.

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio
Status: Demolished

Lafayette Building

Lafayette Building

The Lafayette Building, located in downtown Detroit, Michigan, was constructed in 1923-24. After years of decline, the Lafayette was closed in 1997 and razed a decade later.

Location: Detroit, Michigan
Status: Demolished

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Legal Arts Building

The Legal Arts Building, located in downtown Youngstown, Ohio, was constructed to house legal offices for the Mahoning County Courthouse.

Location: Youngstown, Ohio
Status: Being Renovated

Mansfield Savings Bank

Mansfield Savings Bank

Mansfield Savings Bank, located in downtown Mansfield, Ohio, operated at that location from 1914 until the early 1980’s.

Location: Mansfield, Ohio
Status: Active

Memorial Hall

Memorial Hall

Memorial Hall, located in Ironton, Ohio, opened on September 22, 1892 on the site of a former market place at Railroad and North 4th streets.

Location: Ironton, Ohio
Status: Demolished

Millard Field Building

The six-story Millard F. Field Building, located in downtown Ashland, Kentucky, was home to the Field Department Store and later Sears.

Location: Ashland, Kentucky
Status: Renovated/Active

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Newburgh Masonic Temple

The Newburgh Masonic Temple, located in the Miles Park neighborhood in Cleveland, Ohio, is a noted Cleveland Landmark.

Location: Cleveland, Ohio
Status: Abandoned

P. Deniro Building

P. Deniro Building

The P. Deniro Building, located in Youngstown, Ohio, originally housed a drug store and several apartments.

Location: Youngstown, Ohio
Status: Abandoned

Palisades Adventures

The Palisades, with their sheer limestone cliffs and majestic overlooks, line the Kentucky River west of Versailles, Kentucky. A tourist operation once catered to the pleasure boaters but has long been abandoned.

Location: Kentucky
Status: Demolished

St. Vincent De Paul Building

St. Vincent De Paul Building

The St. Vincent De Paul Building, located in Youngstown, Ohio, was constructed in 1924.

Location: Youngstown, Ohio
Status: Closed

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Stambaugh Building

The Stambaugh Building, located at 44 East Federal Plaza in Youngstown, Ohio, was completed in 1907. It was home to the Youngstown Sheet & Tube Company.

Location: Youngstown, Ohio
Status: Under Renovations

Tahquamenon Artesian Well Water Company

The Tahquamenon Artesian Well Water Company, located in McMillian, Michigan, was originally constructed as the McMillian School.

Location: McMillian, Michigan
Status: Closed

Tecumseh Building

Tecumseh Building

The Tecumseh Building, also known as the Francis Drolla Building, located in downtown Springfield, Ohio, was constructed in 1922.

Location: Springfield, Ohio
Status: Abandoned

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Wick Building

The Wick Building, located at 34 West Federal Street at North Phelps Street in Youngstown, Ohio, was completed in 1910.

Location: Youngstown, Ohio
Status: Under Renovations

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Friars Club

Friars’ Club

The Cincinnati, Ohio Friars Club is a non-profit social service organization that is dedicated to serving at-risk and disadvantaged children through organized sports, activity, nutrition and fitness. It’s Clifton Heights location was demolished in 2010 in favor of a student housing complex.

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio
Status: Demolished

McNeel Mill

McNeel Mill

The McNeel Mill, located in rural West Virginia, operated from 1865 to 1945. It has been restored to its former glory.

Location: West Virginia
Status: Renovated

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