302 W. 3rd St.

302 W. 3rd Street

Downtown Cincinnati, Ohio 

Urban Development, Office, Adaptive Reuse


  • 180,000 SF Class A multi-tenant office space
  • 120,000 SF renovation/adaptive reuse
  • 60,000 SF addition of three floors
  • Access flooring system on one level
  • 0.77 acre site

A Crowing Achievement Overall 

302 W. 3rd was built as the headquarters of the Crown Overall Manufacturing Company in 1903. When Al. Neyer acquired the site a century later, it had long been vacant, but retained a hint of its past grandeur, with high ceilings, decorative masonry and a Rookwood tile entryway.

In 14 months, Al. Neyer restored the original structure and added three new floors, providing an expansive view of the Ohio River, Paul Brown Stadium, Great American Ball Park, and the Roebling Suspension suspension bridge, a model for the Brooklyn Bridge. The building now houses the headquarters of Al. Neyer