Real Estate and Architecture: Cleveland hides architectural treasures in its various neighborhoods.
Among the most famous is the Guardian Bank Building.
The building named for its construction New England Building later became National City Bank Building. This High Rise building is located in downtown Cleveland. On the well-known Euclid Avenue. From a total height of 67 meters. This building, built in 1896 adjacent to the National City Center, was one of the tallest buildings in the United States, and the tallest in the city of Cleveland. Dethroned in 1905 by the Rockefeller Building. The construction was carried out by the Shepley Company. Rutan. Coolidge.
In 1915 major renovations carried out by Walker and Weeks. The building became a Holiday Inn Express hotel shortly before 2000. High Historic Site and registered in the National Register in September 2000. In 2010, the Rosetta agency wanted to establish itself in the Guardian Bank Building. The lease that must be signed for a period of ten years. It includes the renovation of the top 5 floors. Also setting up a Penthouse following the summit.
The Cleveland Arcade is a Victorian building. Consisting of two nine-storey buildings. Joined by a 5-storey arcade forming a glass light space. The length of more than ninety meters formed by four balconies. The memorial day of May 30, 1890 sees the opening of the arcade gates. This building considered in the USA as one of the very first commercial galleries covered. Classified as a National Historic Monument in 1975. The entrance to Avenue Euclid was modified in 1939.
Ohio Bell Building:
Skyscraper located in downtown Cleveland. Au 750 Huron Road. Typically Art Deco construction. The building is now known as the AT-T Huron Road Building. Currently headquartered in Ohio Bell. Telephone supplier in the AT-T region. The 24 floors of this building give it a total height of 111 meters. Construction began in 1925. The work was completed in 1927. At a total cost of five million dollars. The design of Hubbell and Bennes gave it the name Modern American Perpendicular Gothic. The inspiration comes from Eliel Saarinen’s study and plans for Chicago’s Tribune Tower. It was never built. The Ohio Bell Building was for a short time the tallest building in Cleveland. Quickly replaced on the top step of the podium in 1928 by the Terminal Tower.
The city of Cleveland also derives its attractiveness from real estate and architecture.
The city cannot yet be considered a tourist city. But Ohio authorities are making considerable efforts to attract tourists from around the world and thus develop a cross-cutting economy.