The Biltmore is an eight-story, Italianate style, apartment building constructed in 1881. The building features a mixture of one- and two-bedroom apartments with high ceilings, charming brick accent walls, updated kitchens, bathrooms, central a/c and heat. The building features a workout room, an interior courtyard, a rooftop deck that overlooks the Convention Center, City Hall, and the Museum Center, and a laundry facility. Many of the apartments have views of both the interior courtyard and West 4th Street or Perry Street. The Lombardy is a 5-minute walk to Paul Brown Stadium, Great American Ballpark, Smale Riverfront Park, The Banks, and Fountain Square.
The Biltmore is included in West Fourth Street Historic District designation which represents the finest surviving remnants of Cincinnati’s turn-of-the-century downtown streetscape. It reflects the height of expansion of residential, wholesale, retail and industrial activities within the Central Business District between 1870 and 1927.