Giving places new purpose

to strengthen Hamilton County communities.

When properties are productive, communities benefit. Our mission is to put properties back to productive use to transform communities one lot at a time.

Update: Vacant Lots Will be Reposted to the Website on August 16th

Vacant lots have been temporarily removed from the Landbank’s website as we assess opportunities for new housing throughout the County. If you are interested in purchasing a vacant lot from the Landbank please submit an inquiry on our Contact Us page, and someone will follow up with you about next steps once vacant lots become available: https://www.hamiltoncountylandbank.org/contact-us/ 

Through rehab, stabilization or new-build

We operate a market-rate housing program as well as a historic structure stabilization program to prepare properties for new owners.

Through new owners with a plan

We work to sell properties to people and organizations with a transformative vision. Have an idea for a property? Let us know!

Through community partners and municipalities

We collaborate with communities and local government to ensure properties are repositioned in alignment with community plans.

1702 Central before renovation

1702 Central after renovation by OTR A.D.O.P.T.

2112 Hatmaker
Before Renovations

2112 Hatmaker
1 year after Renovations

1537 St. Leger vacant lot following demolition of blighted property

1537 St. Leger with new-build infill housing through REACH Evanston

1710 Brewster with renovations by Easterseals underway

1710 Brewster ribbon cutting

Blight to Bright

Our impact? Vibrant, productive properties where blight and vacancy once held residence, transforming communities one lot at a time.

Interested in purchasing a Landbank property? These resources are a great place to start.

Learn more about the application process, explore resources for doing property research, and check out a helpful guide for first-time rehabbers.

Resources

What’s New

Landbank’s Historic Structure Stabilization Program Saves Iconic Cincinnati Region Landmarks (Video)

The Hamilton County Landbank, a managed entity of The Port, stabilizes and preserves historical landmarks throughout Cincinnati and Hamilton County for redevelopment and reuse. Through its Historic Structure Stabilization Program, the Landbank has stabilized 39 properties from 2014 to 2021.