This community resembles a quaintly traditional English garden village transplanted to the American Great Lakes region.
An early 20th Century 'high-rise' in the heart of The Forest City
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.
This glorious monument to northeast Ohio's Civil war dead occupies a prominent position on the city's Public Square.
One of the last great two-level, five-anchor regional Midwestern malls of the 1990s, Westfield SouthPark still thrives amid the dense commercial district of Strongsville, just southwest of Cleveland.
It isn't every school district that operates out of a former planetarium.
For summertime enjoyment near Lake Erie, try a dusk concert at this outdoor venue just across the Cuyahoga River from the heart of Cleveland.
One of the first true skyscrapers of Cleveland looms above Public Square.
Tallest structure in The Forest City on Lake Erie's southern shore, this elegantly detailed tower speaks to the rising reputation of this great Midwestern city.
Enjoy the grandeur of one of Cleveland's most enthralling interior spaces, the skylit atrium court of the Shops at Tower City Center.