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  • 1-2 Beds
  • 1-2 Baths
  • 686 - 1,385 Sqft

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Four23/Hoge

From $1,575 per month
423 Hoge Street, Cincinnati, OH 45226
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Floorplans

Property in high demand! 49 other people are currently interested in this property.
The Bates
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 686 Sqft
Available 06/23
$1,575 - $1,675 Available 06/23
The LuNeack
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,102 Sqft
Available 06/20
$2,685 Available 06/20
The Norwell (Den)
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,329 Sqft
Available 07/12
$3,235 Available 07/12
The Decker
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 742 Sqft
$1,749
The Kellogg
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,058 Sqft
$2,539
The Morris (Den)
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,176 Sqft
$3,055
The Spencer (Den)
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,360 Sqft
$3,179
The Stites
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,385 Sqft
$3,189

Estimated Fees

General Fees

  • Application Fees: $50
  • There may be additional unit-specific fees. Please select a unit and move-in date here.

Pet Policy - Pets allowed

  • One-Time Pet Fees $150
  • Security Pet Deposit $150
  • Monthly Pet Rent $35
  • Max Weight 50 lb each. Pet Limit 2 allowed. Breed restrictions include the following breeds or any dog mixed with the following breeds: Akita, Alaskan Malamute, Belgian Malinois, Bullmastiff, Chow, Dalmatian, Doberman Pinscher, Eskimo Spitz, German Shepherd, Giant Schnauzer, Great Dane, Husky, Pit Bull (Staffordshire Terrier), Presa Canario, Rottweiler, Saint Bernard, and Wolf.

The fees are estimates and actual amounts may vary. Pricing and availability are subject to change. For details, contact the property.

Property Description

Four23/Hoge is sought-after for exceptional quality living! Contact the property today to lock in your floor plan. Scroll down to read how the history of Columbia-Tusculum inspiried our floor plan names. The Bates - Named for The Bates Building 3819 Eastern Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio The Bates Building is an historic house in the Columbia-Tusculum neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio, United States.

A two-story building constructed in a vernacular style of architecture, it is one of the oldest buildings on Eastern Avenue in the neighborhood, constructed in 1865. In 1979, the Bates Building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Kellogg - Named for The Kellogg House 3807 Eastern Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio The Kellogg House is a historic building in the Columbia-Tusculum neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio, United States.
Built in 1835, it is a two-and-a-half-story building with two prominent chimneys on the ends.
The Kellogg House was operated as a hotel; it was erected by Samuel Knicely in 1835 and given to a Mr. Kellogg seven years later as a wedding gift. From that time until 1977, it remained in the Kellogg family, although by the late 1970s it had been converted into apartments.
In 1979, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The LuNeack - Named for The LuNeack House 3718 Mead Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio The LuNeack House is a historic residence in the Columbia-Tusculum neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio, United States.
Built in 1894, it is a frame building with clapboard walls, two-and-a-half stories tall. The overall floor plan of the house is that of a rectangle, with the front and rear being the shorter sides, although the original shape has been modified by the extension of the rear and a hexagonal bay on the western side.

Because the house has seen so few modifications since its original construction, it is architecturally distinctive; in 1978, a historic preservation survey of Columbia-Tusculum called it "outstanding" among the area's wooden Victorian residences.
The Norwell - Named for The Norwell Residence 506 Tusculum Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio A Victorian building constructed in 1890, the Norwell residence is a weatherboarded structure with a stone foundation and a shingled roof.
The overall floor plan of the house is irregular: two and half stories tall, the house is shaped like the letter "L" but appears to be a rectangle, due to the presence of two separate porches that fill in the remaining area.

Contributing to its importance is its relationship with surrounding houses: eight other residences in the immediate vicinity were patterned after the Norwell Residence. The Spencer - Named for Spencer Township Hall 3833 Eastern Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio The Spencer Township Hall is a historic former government building in Columbia-Tusculum.
One of Cincinnati's oldest extant public buildings, it has been designated a historic site because of its architecture. Constructed in 1860,the township hall is a two-story brick building with a stone foundation, a shingled roof, and miscellaneous elements of stone.

Many small elements combine to give the building a Greek Revival flavor. Among its lesser details are a bracketed overhanging roof, which adds an Italianate appearance, and a pair of datestones above the main entrance, one commemorating the local IOOF lodge, and the other marking the building as the township hall.
The Decker - Named for The Stephen Decker Rowhouse 531-541 Tusculum Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio An outstanding Victorian rowhouse, the Stephen Decker Rowhouse is distinguished by the projecting pavilions with gabled ends supported by spindles attached to the beveled corners, low roofs between the pavilions protect the recessed entrances.

The Victorian circle motif enclosed in a square is throughout the building. It is two stories in height, built of frame construction in 1889. It is built on an irregular plan and measures eighteen bays by two bays. The land was originally owned by Nicholas Longworth and his Tusculum subdivision was surveyed in 1869.
The Morris - Named after John Morris's house, thought to be the oldest continuously inhabited home in Hamilton County, 3644 Eastern Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio Thought to have been built in 1804, the Morris house was believed to have been the home of James Morris, a tanner and one of the area’s first manufacturers.
The Stites - Named after the founder of Columbia-Tusculum, Benjamin Stites, 315 Stites Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio Columbia’s founder, Benjamin Stites, is said to have explored the area by accident.
While on a trading expedition in Kentucky, Stites led a party in pursuit of a band of Indian horse thieves.
Although the Indians were pursued up the Little Miami Valley to the area of present-day Xenia, the horses were never recovered. Stites may have returned empty-handed, but he had a dream. The land he had explored appeared to be the ideal location to settle.
Stites closed his trading post and quickly returned to his family in Pennsylvania. He gathered a party of 26 settlers and returned to the area, calling the settlement “Columbia.”.

Four23/Hoge promotes a healthy lifestyle with amenities designed to never be static, like the Fitness Center. See how your environment can inspire positive vibes with customizable indoor/outdoor spaces that takes on a life of their own.
Energize your workout your way with fun and practical equipment in a naturally invigorating space.

Apartment Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Electronic Thermostat
  • High Ceilings
  • Refrigerator
  • Dishwasher
  • Large Closets
  • Gourmet Bosch Kitchen Appliances
  • Custom Rookwood Pottery Tile Backsplashes
  • Feng Shui Inspired Accent Wall Paint Colors
  • Heated Ceramic Bathroom Tiled Floors*
  • In-wall Oven and Induction Cooktops*
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Community Amenities

  • Garage
  • Electric Car & Bike Charging Stations
  • High Speed Internet
  • Controlled Access/Gated
  • Package Receiving
  • Pool
  • Fitness Center
  • Bike Racks
  • Clubhouse
  • On-Site Maintenance
  • On-Site Management
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Courtyard
  • Feng Shui Inspired Common Areas
  • Local Artist Betty Hatchet Commissioned Décor Throughout
  • Biophilic Design Throughout Connect Residents with Nature
  • Sparkling Courtyard Fountain for Ambient Noise
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OPEN NOWSCHEDULE YOUR TOUR TODAY! Welcome home to Four23/Hoge, located in the heart of Columbia-Tusculum business district. These brand-new homes are built around a central courtyard providing a direct connection to nature and organic community.
Enjoy the little moments of your day relaxing on a large, open patio, or in our tranquil, heated soaking pool.
Each spacious 2-bedroom + den home opens up to 10-ft ceilings and is thoughtfully designed with personal touches to enrich your lifestyle.
Find your freedom in the flexible comfort of space, from the built-out closets to the customized bathrooms. Extra sound-proofing and air purifiers make working from home a breeze, while gourmet appliances and artful installations delight residents and guests alike.

Four23/Hoge provides carefree maintenance and professional management of the lush landscape and easy to access underground parking garage.    We're Re-Thinking How People Live
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Average Utility Costs in Ohio

Electricity
$132
Gas
$120
Water
$28
Sewer
$77
Cable
$60
Internet
$20

Prices in the Area

This community Columbia Tusculum Cincinnati, OH
1 Bed1 Bedroom $1,575 - $1,749 $1,396 - $2,205 $650 - $3,800
2 Beds2 Bedrooms $2,539 - $3,235 $2,685 - $3,235 $595 - $9,999
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Location

423 Hoge Street, Cincinnati, OH 45226
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75 /100
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28 /100
Some Transit
42 /100
Somewhat Bikeable
Walk Score®: 75, Transit Score®: 28, Bike Score®: 42

  • Eastern Avenue & Delta Avenue 0.10 mi
  • Eastern Ave & Strader Ave 0.19 mi
  • Eastern Avenue & Stanley Avenue 0.21 mi
  • Eastern Ave & Wenner St 0.31 mi
  • Eastern Avenue & Tusculum Avenue 0.32 mi
  • Eastern Avenue & Tuscullum Avenue 0.33 mi
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Get ready to enjoy your lovely new home at Four23/Hoge, located at 423 Hoge Street, Cincinnati, OH. With rental rates ranging from $1,575 to $3,235, our property offers 1 Bedroom Apt or 2 Bedroom Apt apartments perfect for singles, couples, roommates or families.
Whether you are a minimalist or you like to sprawl, floorplans range from 686 to 1,385 Sqft, so you can pick the one that suits you best.
Experience and enjoy the benefit of living in a professionally managed community with a location that’s hard to match.
With availability information last updated on 13 Apr 2024, you can rest assured that our community does not just sound great but is in fact everything you wanted and more. Throw in an impressive array of amenities and you’re guaranteed to feel right at home here.
It’s now easier than ever to experience the lifestyle you deserve, so why wait? Check out our schedule and please do not hesitate to contact us to set up an appointment for viewing our one-of-a-kind property.
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Prices and availability for this property were last updated on 13 Apr 2024.

The following floorplans are available: 1-bedroom apartments from $1,575 and 2-bedrooms apartments from $2,685.

The most popular nearby apartments are: Four23/Hoge.

Currently, Four23/Hoge has 4 available units.

Four23/Hoge is located in the Columbia Tusculum neighborhood.

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  • Monday-Friday: 9:00AM-5:00PM
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