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This red granite clad slab towers above Public Square at the historic Soldiers and Sailors Monument. Along with The Terminal Tower and Key Tower, it forms the core of the city center's skyline.
Ten blocks east of Public Square stands this large residential structure, as a boundary sentinel at the edge of the office/financial district.
Sixteen times each year, the Cleveland Browns try to pack this young stadium with those willing to bark along with the 'Dawg Pound'.
A good twenty minutes southwest of downtown Cleveland, in the predominately residential outer-ring community of Brunswick, OH, this charming village-style retail center greets locals.
This statuary replica at the entrance to Cleveland's Burke Lakefront Airport signifies the annual appearance of the Blue Angels formation flyers at the City's Labor Day Weekend Air Show.
Sprawled along the western flank of Interstate 77 through Canton, OH, The Strip is a big-box-and-outparcel development tenanted by many popular retailers and a clutch of favored restaurants.
This early rendering (by Rick Zimmerman) illustrates Chagrin Highlands One, a high-end executive office building within Chagrin Highlands, a corporate business park straddling the intersection of four different communities along Interstate 271 east of Cleveland.
Originally developed for First Federal Savings Bank, this beribboned prism of blue reflective glass today houses the headquarters of Charter One Bank at Superior Avenue.
A testament to the traditionally rowdy nature of the Flats, this club is seen framed by one of the many distinctive bridge types that grace the once-industrial parcels occupying low terrain along both banks of the winding Cuyahoga River.
Just one of a great many cultural and philanthropic institutions clustered throughout University Circle on Cleveland's east side, the ClevelandInstitute of Art has turned out successive generations of local painters, sculptors and photographers.
- Cleveland's Severance Hall
Severance Hall, home of the Cleveland Orchestra Named by noted Cleveland industrialist and philanthropist John Long Severance to commemorate his late wife Elizabeth Huntington (DeWitt) Severance, this fine...
- The Terminal Tower: A Cleveland Landmark
The Terminal Tower's distinctive cap in the Cleveland skyline As Cleveland continues to struggle with its identity and future, one landmark remains unchanged. Since its completion 80 years ago, the grand...
- Cleveland's Justice Center
Cleveland's Justice CenterOntario Street & Lakeside Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio Lakeside Ave E & Ontario St, Cleveland, OH 44113, USA The City of Cleveland/Cuyahoga County Justice Center is a substantial development in neo-Brutalist...
- See Cleveland's Horseshoe Casino
Cleveland's Horseshoe Casino, in the shadow of the Terminal Tower If you are one of the fortunate ones who have acquired an entry ticket or wristband for the Grand Opening of Cleveland’s Horseshoe Casino this coming Monday evening, May 14th, at...
- The Warehouse District, Cleveland, Ohio
Cleveland's Warehouse District The area recognized today as Cleveland’s historically significant Warehouse District began in fact as the city’s prime residential zone. Such prominent settlers as Lorenzo Carter and Levi Johnson erected their log...
- Erie Street Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio
Erie Street Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio This historic urban cemetery occupies grounds on the north side of East Ninth Street immediately opposite Progressive Field (formerly Jacobs Field), home of the Cleveland Indians baseball team. The burial...
- Cedar Fairmount, Cleveland Heights, Ohio
The Deming House, Cedar Fairmount, Cleveland Heights, Ohio Lying atop a high bluff east of Cleveland’s downtown, Cleveland Heights was one of the last major ‘suburban’ cities ringing Cleveland to...
- See Cleveland Now!
East Fourth Street This single block in downtown Cleveland offers comedy, bowling, martinis, blues, fine dining and loft living just minutes from Public Square, Progressive Field and Quicken Loans Arena. Fifth Third Bank Building Designed by the...
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This community resembles a quaintly traditional English garden village transplanted to the American Great Lakes region.
This office tower forms its shard-like corner overlooking a sharp bend in the snake-like Cuyahoga River, on the banks of which Cleveland was originally founded.
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