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11/15/2018 Downtown's Lavish City Club Apartments Are Next-Level

City Club Apartments offers over 10 stories of luxury studio, 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom apartments that are complemented by a list of amazing amenities not offered by other inner-city apartment complexes.  

City Club Apartments have made a name for themselves among Downtown dwellers and workers alike thanks to their advertisements about the building's "sexy bathrooms."

All of City Club's common areas are heavily designed. From the lighting to the wallpaper, the art direction does well to beautify every available corner of the building's communal spaces. Those with an appreciation for patterns and colors will enjoy the bold aesthetic of the building. 

City Club Apartments offers over 10 stories of luxury studio, 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom apartments that are complemented by a list of amazing amenities not offered by other inner-city apartment complexes. First floor lounges, a 10th floor clubhouse, an indoor pool and spa with outdoor deck, rooftop pet area, and communal theater room are just some of the many available spaces offered to residents. The building also has a rooftop lounge that’s outfitted with fire pits, grills, and plenty of seating for the panoramic views of the riverfront from the stadium to the ballpark surrounding it. ADDRESS: 309 Vine Street (45202)

Retail spaces on street level have already been leased, with a market and wine bar/coffee shop incoming. The building has space for an indoor/outdoor rooftop restaurant, as well as  several other spaces that will house future businesses.

The Sky Club is on the 10th story of the building. It features a circular gourmet kitchen, loads of seating, a pool table, and views of Downtown.

Residents are able to choose the level of finish for their apartment when they rent, with packages ranging from standard to premium offerings. Individual upgrades, including towel warmers and floating shelves, are offered for a monthly fee as well. So unique are the apartments, there are over 150 different plans within the building.

The pool sits high above street level and is temperature controlled for year-round use. A spa sits directly beside the pool. On warm days, a door can be opened and residents are able to sit outside on the deck to sunbathe. Further down the path on the deck, residents will find a convenient outdoor area for their dogs.

Residents are able to choose the level of finish for their apartment when they rent, with packages ranging from standard to premium offerings. Individual upgrades, including towel warmers and floating shelves, are offered for a monthly fee as well. So unique are the apartments, there are over 150 different plans within the building.

All of City Club's common areas are heavily designed. From the lighting to the wallpaper, the art direction does well to beautify every available corner of the building's communal spaces. Those with an appreciation for patterns and colors will enjoy the bold aesthetic of the building.

City Club Apartments offers over 10 stories of luxury studio, 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom apartments that are complemented by a list of amazing amenities not offered by other inner-city apartment complexes. First floor lounges, a 10th floor clubhouse, an indoor pool and spa with outdoor deck, rooftop pet area, and communal theater room are just some of the many available spaces offered to residents. The building also has a rooftop lounge that’s outfitted with fire pits, grills, and plenty of seating for the panoramic views of the riverfront from the stadium to the ballpark surrounding it.

The pool sits high above street level and is temperature controlled for year-round use. A spa sits directly beside the pool. On warm days, a door can be opened and residents are able to sit outside on the deck to sunbathe. Further down the path on the deck, residents will find a convenient outdoor area for their dogs. 

The Sky Club is on the 10th story of the building. It features a circular gourmet kitchen, loads of seating, a pool table, and views of Downtown. 

Residents are able to choose the level of finish for their apartment when they rent, with packages ranging from standard to premium offerings. Individual upgrades, including towel warmers and floating shelves, are offered for a monthly fee as well. So unique are the apartments, there are over 150 different plans within the building.

City Club Apartments is a historic building that was renovated for $67 million into modern apartments. The building, built in 1928, was originally an annex to the taller Union Central Tower directly north of it. Before the annex was built, the famous Cincinnati hotel Burnet House stood in its place. Before the hotel was erected, the corner was the property of Judge Jacob Burnet, for whom the hotel was later named. Remnants of the building's former lives are sprinkled throughout the lobby.

The theater room allows residents to retreat to a windowless room to watch movies on the big screen in comfortable chairs. 

City Club Apartments offers over 10 stories of luxury studio, 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom apartments that are complemented by a list of amazing amenities not offered by other inner-city apartment complexes. First floor lounges, a 10th floor clubhouse, an indoor pool and spa with outdoor deck, rooftop pet area, and communal theater room are just some of the many available spaces offered to residents. The building also has a rooftop lounge that’s outfitted with fire pits, grills, and plenty of seating for the panoramic views of the riverfront from the stadium to the ballpark surrounding it.

Residents are able to choose the level of finish for their apartment when they rent, with packages ranging from standard to premium offerings. Individual upgrades, including towel warmers and floating shelves, are offered for a monthly fee as well. So unique are the apartments, there are over 150 different plans within the building.

All of City Club's common areas are heavily designed. From the lighting to the wallpaper, the art direction does well to beautify every available corner of the building's communal spaces. Those with an appreciation for patterns and colors will enjoy the bold aesthetic of the building. 

City Club Apartments have made a name for themselves among Downtown dwellers and workers alike thanks to their advertisements about the building's "sexy bathrooms."

The pool sits high above street level and is temperature controlled for year-round use. A spa sits directly beside the pool. On warm days, a door can be opened and residents are able to sit outside on the deck to sunbathe. Further down the path on the deck, residents will find a convenient outdoor area for their dogs. 

Even the elevators were decked out. 

City Club Apartments is a historic building that was renovated for $67 million into modern apartments. The building, built in 1928, was originally an annex to the taller Union Central Tower directly north of it. Before the annex was built, the famous Cincinnati hotel Burnet House stood in its place. Before the hotel was erected, the corner was the property of Judge Jacob Burnet, for whom the hotel was later named. Remnants of the building's former lives are sprinkled throughout the lobby. 

Retail spaces on street level have already been leased, with a market and wine bar/coffee shop incoming. The building has space for an indoor/outdoor rooftop restaurant, as well as  several other spaces that will house future businesses. 

All of City Club's common areas are heavily designed. From the lighting to the wallpaper, the art direction does well to beautify every available corner of the building's communal spaces. Those with an appreciation for patterns and colors will enjoy the bold aesthetic of the building. 

The pool sits high above street level and is temperature controlled for year-round use. A spa sits directly beside the pool. On warm days, a door can be opened and residents are able to sit outside on the deck to sunbathe. Further down the path on the deck, residents will find a convenient outdoor area for their dogs.

The pool sits high above street level and is temperature controlled for year-round use. A spa sits directly beside the pool. On warm days, a door can be opened and residents are able to sit outside on the deck to sunbathe. Further down the path on the deck, residents will find a convenient outdoor area for their dogs. 

City Club Apartments offers over 10 stories of luxury studio, 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom apartments that are complemented by a list of amazing amenities not offered by other inner-city apartment complexes. First floor lounges, a 10th floor clubhouse, an indoor pool and spa with outdoor deck, rooftop pet area, and communal theater room are just some of the many available spaces offered to residents. The building also has a rooftop lounge that’s outfitted with fire pits, grills, and plenty of seating for the panoramic views of the riverfront from the stadium to the ballpark surrounding it.

The Sky Club is on the 10th story of the building. It features a circular gourmet kitchen, loads of seating, a pool table, and views of Downtown. 

The Sky Club is on the 10th story of the building. It features a circular gourmet kitchen, loads of seating, a pool table, and views of Downtown. 

City Club Apartments offers over 10 stories of luxury studio, 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom apartments that are complemented by a list of amazing amenities not offered by other inner-city apartment complexes. First floor lounges, a 10th floor clubhouse, an indoor pool and spa with outdoor deck, rooftop pet area, and communal theater room are just some of the many available spaces offered to residents. The building also has a rooftop lounge that’s outfitted with fire pits, grills, and plenty of seating for the panoramic views of the riverfront from the stadium to the ballpark surrounding it. 

City Club Apartments is a historic building that was renovated for $67 million into modern apartments. The building, built in 1928, was originally an annex to the taller Union Central Tower directly north of it. Before the annex was built, the famous Cincinnati hotel Burnet House stood in its place. Before the hotel was erected, the corner was the property of Judge Jacob Burnet, for whom the hotel was later named. Remnants of the building's former lives are sprinkled throughout the lobby. 

All of City Club's common areas are heavily designed. From the lighting to the wallpaper, the art direction does well to beautify every available corner of the building's communal spaces. Those with an appreciation for patterns and colors will enjoy the bold aesthetic of the building. 

Residents are able to choose the level of finish for their apartment when they rent, with packages ranging from standard to premium offerings. Individual upgrades, including towel warmers and floating shelves, are offered for a monthly fee as well. So unique are the apartments, there are over 150 different plans within the building.

Retail spaces on street level have already been leased, with a market and wine bar/coffee shop incoming. The building has space for an indoor/outdoor rooftop restaurant, as well as  several other spaces that will house future businesses. 

The pool sits high above street level and is temperature controlled for year-round use. A spa sits directly beside the pool. On warm days, a door can be opened and residents are able to sit outside on the deck to sunbathe. Further down the path on the deck, residents will find a convenient outdoor area for their dogs. 

The pool sits high above street level and is temperature controlled for year-round use. A spa sits directly beside the pool. On warm days, a door can be opened and residents are able to sit outside on the deck to sunbathe. Further down the path on the deck, residents will find a convenient outdoor area for their dogs. 

City Club Apartments is a historic building that was renovated for $67 million into modern apartments. The building, built in 1928, was originally an annex to the taller Union Central Tower directly north of it. Before the annex was built, the famous Cincinnati hotel Burnet House stood in its place. Before the hotel was erected, the corner was the property of Judge Jacob Burnet, for whom the hotel was later named. Remnants of the building's former lives are sprinkled throughout the lobby.

The pool sits high above street level and is temperature controlled for year-round use. A spa sits directly beside the pool. On warm days, a door can be opened and residents are able to sit outside on the deck to sunbathe. Further down the path on the deck, residents will find a convenient outdoor area for their dogs. 

City Club Apartments offers over 10 stories of luxury studio, 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom apartments that are complemented by a list of amazing amenities not offered by other inner-city apartment complexes. First floor lounges, a 10th floor clubhouse, an indoor pool and spa with outdoor deck, rooftop pet area, and communal theater room are just some of the many available spaces offered to residents. The building also has a rooftop lounge that’s outfitted with fire pits, grills, and plenty of seating for the panoramic views of the riverfront from the stadium to the ballpark surrounding it.

City Club Apartments have made a name for themselves among Downtown dwellers and workers alike thanks to their advertisements about the building's "sexy bathrooms."

All of City Club's common areas are heavily designed. From the lighting to the wallpaper, the art direction does well to beautify every available corner of the building's communal spaces. Those with an appreciation for patterns and colors will enjoy the bold aesthetic of the building. 

Residents are able to choose the level of finish for their apartment when they rent, with packages ranging from standard to premium offerings. Individual upgrades, including towel warmers and floating shelves, are offered for a monthly fee as well. So unique are the apartments, there are over 150 different plans within the building.

City Club Apartments is a historic building that was renovated for $67 million into modern apartments. The building, built in 1928, was originally an annex to the taller Union Central Tower directly north of it. Before the annex was built, the famous Cincinnati hotel Burnet House stood in its place. Before the hotel was erected, the corner was the property of Judge Jacob Burnet, for whom the hotel was later named. Remnants of the building's former lives are sprinkled throughout the lobby. 

City Club Apartments offers over 10 stories of luxury studio, 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom apartments that are complemented by a list of amazing amenities not offered by other inner-city apartment complexes. First floor lounges, a 10th floor clubhouse, an indoor pool and spa with outdoor deck, rooftop pet area, and communal theater room are just some of the many available spaces offered to residents. The building also has a rooftop lounge that’s outfitted with fire pits, grills, and plenty of seating for the panoramic views of the riverfront from the stadium to the ballpark surrounding it. 

Retail spaces on street level have already been leased, with a market and wine bar/coffee shop incoming. The building has space for an indoor/outdoor rooftop restaurant, as well as  several other spaces that will house future businesses. 

All of City Club's common areas are heavily designed. From the lighting to the wallpaper, the art direction does well to beautify every available corner of the building's communal spaces. Those with an appreciation for patterns and colors will enjoy the bold aesthetic of the building. 

City Club Apartments is a historic building that was renovated for $67 million into modern apartments. The building, built in 1928, was originally an annex to the taller Union Central Tower directly north of it. Before the annex was built, the famous Cincinnati hotel Burnet House stood in its place. Before the hotel was erected, the corner was the property of Judge Jacob Burnet, for whom the hotel was later named. Remnants of the building's former lives are sprinkled throughout the lobby.

All photos by Phil Armstrong for Cincinnati Refined. See original article here.

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