Before & After: Cincinnati Color Building

One of 3CDC‘s latest projects, the Cincinnati Color Building at 1400 Vine Street, is nearing completion. Kaze, a Japanese restaurant, sushi bar and gastropub, now occupies the first floor and is putting the finishing touches on its outdoor beer garden. Core Resources, the general contractor that performed the construction on the building, is preparing to move its headquarters to the upper floors. Beck Architecture designed both Kaze and the Core Resources spaces. GBBN performed the building shell renovation.

View a full gallery of construction photos from 3CDC here.

The following before/after photos were shared on the Ohio Office of Redevelopment’s flickr page:

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5 Responses to “Before & After: Cincinnati Color Building”
  1. Andrew Oehlerking says:

    To clarify, 3CDC is the developer and owner of the building. CORE is the general contractor who performed the construction. CORE will complete the buildout of their office next week and move in shortly after.

  2. Eric Puryear says:

    Great article and photos. For the record Beck Architecture designed both Kaze and Core’s offices. GBBN did the shell building renovation.

  3. Matt Ross says:

    So glad they kept the color sign

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