Signature Square, Beachwood, Ohio

Signature Square, Beachwood, Ohio
Signature Square, Beachwood, Ohio

One of the more architecturally distinctive office properties along Beachwood, Ohio’s substantial corporate corridor along Chagrin Boulevard is the Signature Square complex, consisting of Signature Square I and II.

Owned and managed by the local Goldberg Companies (with the involvement of Forest City Enterprises), Signature Square is comprised of several articulated three-story office buildings clad in very light gray split-face masonry with white accents and a series of incised gridded windows. The initial structure’s design, by locally renowned architect Donald Hisaka, won the 1990 NAIOP Award for Best Office Park. Signature Square I was completed in 1986, and phase II followed in 1989. The combined total leasable area of Signature Square is 161,000 square feet.

These buildings are set back from Chagrin Boulevard, behind intervening parking populated by a great many trees and significant ground landscaping. The initial structure receives guests at a recessed vehicular-turnaround entry with projected three-story glass atrium and welcoming stainless steel sculpture. Within the overall complex is a multi-use center with lounge, fitness facility and conference room.

Signature Square is located within a short distance of the Chagrin Boulevard/Interstate 271 interchange and Richmond Road, within the stretch of office and retail structures reaching to Green Road. This location gives the complex ready access to Interstate 480, and thence to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, as well as points south, north and east.  

A marker25101 Chagrin Boulevard, Beachwood, Ohio -
25101 Chagrin Blvd, Beachwood, OH 44122, USA
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The façades of Signature Square I and II unfold along the north side of Chagrin Boulevard.

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