Race Street Historic District is a registered historic district in Cincinnati, Ohio, listed in the National Register of Historic Places on August 4, 1995. It contains 24 contributing buildings.
A notable building in this historic district is the former John Shillito Company department store. It has been converted into luxury apartments and businesses. A significant feature of the building is the restoration of the skylit atrium that was part of the original building designed by Samuel Hannaford.
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