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Old Posted Oct 13, 2019, 2:30 PM
BigDipper 80 BigDipper 80 is offline
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Cincinnati is kind of unusual in that although it has a bunch of true rowhouses:

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... a vast majority of the other "rowhoues" have the standard rowhouse form but are acutally detached from one another:

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... And on top of all of that, most of Cincinnati's basin has what might look like rowhouses at first glance, but are actually TENEMENTS. Cincy probably has the highest concentration of tenements in the country outside of New York and maybe Boston.

I lived in THIS almost-rowhouse when I was in university, as well as THIS ONE, which shares one wall, but not the other one, although the two next door also share a wall.
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