The Ascent of Roebling's Bridge is a residential building in Covington, Kentucky, United States, in the greater Cincinnati. Designed by Daniel Libeskind, the building comes from the Roebling Suspension Bridge next to the Ohio River.
The advancement on Roebling's Bridge was started in 2004 and completed in March 2008 at a cost of about $ 40 or 50 million. Numerous newspapers have increased the trend towards signature architecture for residential buildings.
LibesKind suggests its Ohio River and Roebling Bridge as an influence for its design. The building is 293 feet high, finished with 22 stories such as lobby, parking level, level of amenities and luxury floor of 19-storey condominium and slope spiral. The structure of the concrete exits from its roots with its eastern face and is covered in a glass curtain wall. It has 70 condominiums.