The Lunken Building is a century-old industrial warehouse converted into a collection of creative studios, contractor spaces, non-profit agencies and warehousing.  There are currently over 20 different tenants ranging from recording studio to building materials re-use store.  With over 160,000 square feet, four floors, six entrances and three elevators, the possibilities are endless as to what type of space can be created.

Originally built as the finishing plant for Lunkenheimer Valve Company in the early 1900’s, the building is an impressive industrial warehouse located in South Fairmount, just off the Harrison Avenue Viaduct. (For more information and history of the building, click the About page.) Today, the building’s unique architecture and location are appealing to many different companies and individuals looking for space that isn’t a ‘white box’. For more information about available spaces, click the Available Spaces page. To see what type of spaces we accommodate, click the Rented Spaces page.

Please call 859.992.9650 to inquire about space availability, or click the Contact page to email.

Visit Queen City Blogspot for an in-depth tour of the building, written by a local urban explorer.