Union Terminal awarded $5M in historic tax credits for renovations, repairs
WEST END, Ohio (WKRC) - Some of the renovations at Union Terminal will be funded by historic tax credits.
The Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credit program awarded $5 million to Union Terminal.
The national historic landmark is having foundation work done. Its roof is being restored and new windows are being installed. The electrical, heating and cooling systems are being upgraded as well.
That's just some of the work needed to fix up the old building. The terminal was built between 1929 an 1933 and was a key rail station until 1973.
It's been home to the Cincinnati Museum Center since 1990.