1900 Euclid Building
137,000 gross square feet with indoor parking
80 residential units
8,000 square feet office/retail space
Completed 2002
Best Adaptive Use of an Older Structure
The Cleveland Restoration Society
The 1900 Euclid Building is an 8-story Neoclassical Revival building built in 1910-1911, as the stretch of Euclid Avenue on Cleveland’s east side was transitioning from residential to commercial use.
Originally an office building, it was rehabilitated into 80 loft-style residential units, and indoor parking.