"Lytle Street not much of a street"
Lytle Street is not really much of a street and is more like a drive with parking around the Anna Louise Inn. It runs from Pike Street around to East 3rd Street. The Anna Louise Inn, operated by Cincinnati Union Bethel, has been a safe, affordable housing institution for single women since 1909. Today, it is the only single room occupancy residence for women in Cincinnati. Lytle Street runs arounds a portion of the Anna Louise Inn. On the other side of it sits Lytle Park, a 2.31 acre park featuring seasonal flowers and an eleven foot tall statue of Abraham Lincoln. It is part of the Lytle Park Historic District, which has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1976. Under this area is the Lytle Tunnel, which takes I-71 under the park.