Downtown Cincinnati condo project announces sellout

Denise Guiducci of RE/MAX CityWide announced that the Le Brittany Condominiums in the downtown Cincinnati business district has sold out, giving another indication that the city’s urban core has strong demand for condominiums in the 180k – 230k price range.

RE/MAX CityWide has announced the complete sellout of Le Brittany Condominiums at 9th and Race in Cincinnati’s central business district. The 18 unit project has a mix of 2 bedroom 1.5 bath units and 1 bedroom 1.5 bath units, with selling prices between 179k and 240k. The project was originally an apartment building which was fully converted to condominiums.

Guiducci was recently selected by Cranewoods Development to list the McFArland Lofts project in the downtown Cincinnati West Fourth Street historic district.

“The McFarland Lofts is an exciting project for us. It has the advantage of being in the price-point ‘sweet spot’, and combines great location with inside garage parking, private balconies and 2 bedroom 2 bath contemporary floor plans”.

 “With all units in the McAlpin, Le Brittany, 18 E. Fourth, Park Place, American Building and Fountain Square Lofts selling out in this price range, we are extremely low on inventory and look forward to a strong demand for these historic condominiums”. 

The McFarland Loft’s 8 units also benefit from the 10 year City of Cincinnati real estate tax abatement project, intended to provide a significant financial incentive for homebuyers in the urban core.

Denise Guiducci is the Broker/Owner of RE/MAX CityWide, a downtown Cincinnati real estate company with expertise in the condominium and loft market. To find out more about her current downtown Cincinnati West Fourth historic district project, the McFarland Lofts, visit or see all of her listings at

RE/MAX CityWide 513-7032353

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