About East Price Hill
East Price Hill isn't just a neighborhood, it's a vibrant, thriving community. East Price Hill is home to a diverse and vibrant community of over 15,000 residents. The neighborhood is a collection of various housing styles (from rowhouses and townhomes to wood-frame and brick duplexes) and architecture. These varying styles provide a glimpse into the historic past of East Price Hill, which had become a bustling suburb by the late 1800s.
East Price Hill is home to an 118 year old business district that houses a variety of services from churches and community groups to bakeries, restaurants, bars, and shops. There are three private businesses (and four non-profits) that have called Warsaw Ave home for over 100 years. EPH is not static, though! While you will find these long-lasting family businesses, you will also find new and exciting businesses that serve the needs of residents and visitors to our neighborhood. Additionally, East Price Hill was named the Greenest Neighborhood in Cincinnati by the Vice-Mayor, due to our amazing parks, nature preserves, and urban farms. There truly is something for everyone here!
East Price Hill is experiencing a renaissance of sorts. The balance of historic traditions, unique landscape, diversity, and modern urban living make East Price Hill a great place to live.
East Price Hill Streets & Boundaries
East Price Hill consists of the streets below.
|8th. Street West||2600 thru 3824|
|Del Monte Place||All|
|Elberon Avenue (45204)||2317 thru 2477|
|Elberon Avenue (45205)||All|
|Fairbanks Avenue||411 thru 1200|
|Foley Street (off Warsaw)||All|
|Glenway Avenue|||2364 thru 3800|
|Grand Avenue|||300 thru 1800|
|Ken 'I PI||All|
|La Salle Street|||All|
|Lehman Road|||2600 thru 3420|
|Maryland Avenue|||2300 thru 2999|
|Mount Hope Avenue|||359 thru 999|
|Quebec Road||1200 thru 1800|
|St. Lawrence Avenue||3655 thru 3800|
|Van Vey Street|||All|
|Warsaw Avenue||2400 thru 3799|