Patricia Feghali, a practicing attorney here in Cincinnati, has recently taken on the challenge of restoring the Cogswell Building, located on the corner of Sycamore and 13th Street. The building gets it’s name from 19th century Cincinnatian, Osmand Cogswell. He was an original trustee of the Woodward trust, whom helped fund the construction of the Woodward school, and still own the land beneath Patricia’s building.
The building was constructed in the late 1880′s and has seen a variety of uses over the years. It was originally home to Breeck’s boots and shoes, and was occupied throughout the 20th century by a cobbler, tailer, a grocery market, and Schmidt Bicycle Services, among others. Since the turn of the century, the Cogswell building housed a bar called The Cabaret, and most recently, a performance space and gallery known as CS13.
Patricia’s plan is to complete her update and buildout of the space by early april of this year, it will be the new location of Patricia’s law practice as well as other small independent businesses. There is still space available, and I speak for us all in saying that we look forward to a successful completion of this rehab. For any questions regarding the Cogswell building, contact email@example.com.