Location / Directions

Location / Directions

Interact for Health and the Interact for Health Conference Facility are located at:
Rookwood Tower
3805 Edwards Road, Suite 500
Cincinnati, OH 45209-1948
(513) 458-6600 or toll free: 888-310-4904
Fax: (513) 458-6610

Location

The Rookwood Tower is located on the corner of Edwards and Edmondson Roads in Norwood, Ohio.  The sign on top of the building says Northwestern Mutual.

Bike Parking

There is a bike rack located in the parking garage on level P1. Enter through the door directly off Arbor Place, near Edwards Road. Once through the door walk down three steps and then down the hallway. At the end of the hallway turn right and walk through the door that is straight ahead.  The bike rack is on your immediate left. 

Take the elevator from the parking garage to the 5th floor of Rookwood Tower. Interact for Health is located in Suite 500.

Car Parking

The Rookwood Tower Garage has four levels of parking connected to Rookwood Tower. The entrance to the garage (P2) is located off of Edmondson Road (Also known as Smith Rd. See directions above). You can also enter the garage from Arbor Place (Lobby entrance), one of the streets within Rookwood Commons behind Starbucks and Rusty Bucket.

Take the elevator from the parking garage to the 5th floor of Rookwood Tower. Interact for Health is located in Suite 500.

I-71 North

Take I-71 North to Exit 6 (State Route 561/Smith Road/Edwards Road). Take a right at the end of the ramp. Go through the light at the entrance to Rookwood Commons. The entrance to the Rookwood Tower garage is on the right, just past the light. You will enter onto the P2 Level of the garage. Take the elevator to the 5th floor.

I-71 South

Take I-71 South to Exit 6 (State Route 561/Smith Road/Edwards Road). Turn right at the end of the ramp. Take your first left onto Williams/Edmondson Road. Rookwood Tower is on your right. Go through the light at the entrance to Rookwood Commons.  The entrance to the Rookwood Tower garage is on the right, just past the light. You will enter onto the P2 Level of the garage. Take the elevator to the 5th floor.

I-75 North

Take State Route 562 East (Norwood Lateral) to I-71 South to Exit 6 (State Route 561/Smith Road/Edwards Road). Turn right at the end of the ramp. Go through the light at the entrance to Rookwood Commons.  The entrance to the Rookwood Tower garage is on the right, just past the light. You will enter onto the P2 Level of the garage. Take the elevator to the 5th floor.

I-75 South

Take State Route 562 East (Norwood Lateral) to I-71 South to Exit 6 (State Route 561/Smith Road/Edwards Road). Turn right at the end of the ramp. Take your first left onto Williams/Edmondson Road. Go through the light at the entrance to Rookwood Commons.  The entrance to the Rookwood Tower garage is on the right, just past the light. You will enter onto the P2 Level of the garage. Take the elevator to the 5th floor.

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