Lytle Park Hotel is a new luxury hospitality  destination in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio. The hotel is on the site of the former Anna Louise Inn and has undergone a $35 million re-development. Stanton Millworks created a large package of casework and custom millwork  for several different stunning spaces.
The hotel features 106 guest rooms, but Stanton’s work is most prominent in the main gathering spaces. These spaces include a central wine and cocktail bar; Subito, the fine dining restaurant featuring Italian cuisine; restrooms; elevator lobby.
The main atrium features a large number of immense columns, all cased by Stanton Millworks. The column wraps are so large that they were crafted in pieces in the shop, then assembled and installed on site. Stanton crafted a total of 8 tall columns and 39 regular columns.
The central bar is a stunning architectural display, with a circular bar created by Stanton Millworks. The team used laser treatment templating, which allows for faster and more efficient measurements that are brought back to the millshop for fabrication. The bar is topped by a light fixture called the Crown of the Queen City.
Other scope completed by Stanton included:
- 57 poplar wood window casings
- Poplar crown, chair rail, base wood trim, MDF panels, Wainscot panels, and wood ceiling for the dining area
- More than 30 cabinets in a variety of spaces
- Wood paneling in the dining room
- Central back bar, host stand, sushi bar, sweets bar
- Fireplace mantles
- Metal elevator entrance panels