Cincinnati Preservation Association

50 Historic Buildings
4:27 pm
Mon May 19, 2014

Top 50 historic Cincinnati sites named

More than 17,000 votes have been counted and the results are in. Here are the Cincinnati Preservation Associations's top 50 historic buildings in Cincinnati.

Executive Director Paul Muller says more than 150 buildings were nominated.

The Delta Queen topped the list with 2302 votes followed by the Administration Building at God's Bible School & College with 1725 votes.

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50 Historic Buildings
4:00 am
Mon April 28, 2014

Cincinnati's 50 Historic Buildings vote almost over

Music Hall
Mark Heyne WVXU News

There are just a few days left to cast your vote in the Cincinnati Preservation Association's 50 for 50.  The aim is to pick the top 50 historic buildings and sites that help define the city.  Music Hall, the Museum Center at Union Terminal, and the Roebling Suspension Bridge are just a few of the sites on the list.

The top 50 will be part of CPA's 50th anniversary exhibit this fall at the Cincinnati Museum Center.

Historic Buildings
1:00 am
Fri April 11, 2014

The Cincinnati Preservation Association celebrates 50 years

For 50 years, the Cincinnati Preservation Association has worked to identify and save some of the architectural and historic buildings in our city. In celebration of this anniversary, Paul Muller and Margo Warminski from the CPA join Jane Durrell to talk about the group’s mission, victories and focus for the future.

Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Tue February 11, 2014

Preserving Cincinnati's Historical Landmarks

Front Facade and Entrance of Pinecroft - the Estate of Powel Crosley, Jr.
By Paul Muller, Cincinnati Preservation Association

  The Cincinnati Preservation Association (CPA) works to preserve the historic cultural buildings and sites in Cincinnati. To help celebrate its 50th anniversary, CPS is asking you to help select the 50 top historic buildings and sites that define Cincinnati. Union Terminal?  City Hall? Carew Tower?

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Cincinnati Preservation Association
1:32 am
Fri April 19, 2013

Preserving Modern Architecture in the Midwest

Rauh House

The Cincinnati Preservation Association will host a two-day symposium entitled Preserving Modern Architecture in the Midwest on April 24-25. CPA Executive Director Paul Mueller tells our Stuart Holman that the event will be held at the historic, and recently renovated, Frederick and Harriet Rauh House in Woodlawn and will feature tours of the home and discussions of preservation efforts of modern architectural gems.