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​Price Hill Will is not only invested but located in East Price Hill. Explore some of our East Price Hill projects below.


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The former Price Hill Masonic Lodge, located at 3301 Price Avenue, was built in 1912, but had been vacant since the Price Hill Masons left in the mid-1980s. Price Hill Will partnered with The Model Group to co-develop the project to bring the Samuel Hannaford-designed Lodge back to life. The $10 million restoration of the 21,000 square foot, local historic landmark holds new office space for Price Hill Will, rehearsal space for PHW’s 120-member MYCincinnati youth orchestra, the Price Hillharmonic adult orchestra, and leasable event space for neighborhood groups, community events, and private celebrations. The complex financial structure which made the renovation possible included New Market Tax Credits, Historic Tax Credits, a $2.9 million grant from the City of Cincinnati, and equity from Price Hill Will, bridged by loans from Local Initiatives Support Corporation, Cincinnati Development Fund, and The Port.

Located in the Incline Entertainment District of East Price Hill, the ARCO campus includes our 21,000 square foot building at the corner of Price and Purcell Avenues, the adjacent 1000 square foot, 3-bed, 1-bath house, and 31,720 square feet of land accessible from Elberon and Price Avenues that we renovated into a 58 car parking lot. Some 800 dump trucks of dirt were taken from this site for the build-out of the new parking lot and the elevator addition on the West side of the building.​

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MYCincinnati Youth Orchestra (MYC)


3120 Warsaw, a historic and beloved firehouse, is currently home to MYCincinnati, an award-winning program of Price Hill Will that uses ensemble-based instrumental music as a tool for youth development and community engagement by providing youth from Price Hill with access to free, intense, high-quality music education.