Mount Airy, Cincinnati
Mount Airy is a neighborhood in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Mount Airy was incorporated as a village in 1865 from land given by Mill Creek and Green townships. Mount Airy was annexed by the City of Cincinnati in 1911.
The neighborhood is home to the 1,471 acre Mt. Airy Forest, the largest of the Cincinnati, Ohio parks. The Mt. Airy water tower, resembling a castle, was built in 1926-27. The complex includes 13 towers on two levels and has a capacity of 8.5 million gallons. 
The Cincinnati Reds baseball player Ken Griffey, Jr. grew up in Mt. Airy.
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