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Venerable Victorian-era home in University Circle now serves as Interpretive Center

Posted February 11, 2022 in Articles

Author: Sarah Jaquay

“It’s the only pre-Civil War home left in the University Circle neighborhood,” notes Elise Yablonsky, planning director of University Circle, Inc. (UCI.) Last December, Ms. Yablonsky gave my husband and me a tour of the beautifully renovated, Victorian-era building at the bottom of Mayfield Hill known as the Cozad-Bates House Interpretive Center. I was delighted to have this opportunity finally, to explore the handsome brick building at the corner of Mayfield Road and E. 115th St., with its curvilinear frontage and graceful arched windows. Ever since I started commuting downtown on the No. 9 bus way back in the ‘70s, I’d wondered about this once grand residence that’s been a rooming house, apartments and ultimately an empty shell waiting to be revived.

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