This is a short block, as the whole east side of Ohio is dominated by the abandoned former Lutheran Hospital.
The parking lot on the northeast corner of Miami and Ohio was once the site of an 1865 Italianate mansion, however, which I believe served as nurses’ housing.
The block developed slow on the west side, as looking at Compton and Dry you can see some massive sinkholes.
The northwest corner is dominated by the old Baker’s Union Hall.
There is a row of uniform four-family flats.
They are book-ended by a couple of Arts and Crafts style buildings, one a house and a two family on the north. We then reach Potomac Street.