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WACC: The Heart of East Price Hill

Updated: Oct 20, 2021



A few months back, Price Hill Will (PHW) was awarded $1.7 million in State Historic Tax Credits for the Warsaw Avenue Creative Campus (WACC), completing the first phase of the project. As of right now, PHW owns eight buildings along the 3100 block of Warsaw, including the historic firehouse that is currently home to MYCincinnati (MYC).


Construction for WACC will be underway this fall. Renovations will start with interior clean-out and stabilization work at 3110-3112 Warsaw Ave. Next, we will start renovations on 3108 and 3114 Warsaw Ave. Each building will be fully gutted and restored with new electric, plumbing, HVAC, insulation, and more.



Our goal with the campus is to create a place where youth and families can learn and grow together via arts and creative pursuits. Warsaw is a main corridor through East and West Price Hill, and WACC is a way to connect the momentum in the Incline District with the revitalization of ARCO, the Price Hill Branch Library, the Price Hill Recreation Center, Dempsey Park and Pool, and more.


WACC is the perfect place to bring our neighbors and community members together because it's right in the heart of East Price Hill.


We will continue to update you all on the progress of WACC, but for now, you can listen to our discussion on Cincinnati Edition WVXU and read this article from Spectrum News 1 to learn more about the campus and how you can get involved. We hope you become as passionate about this project as we are!