Original Construction: 1901
Original Architect: Levi Schofield
Restoration Completed: 2016
Project Cost: $55 million
Scale: 156,000 sq. ft.
Services Provided: Historic Architect; Historic Preservation Consulting for Federal and State Historic Preservation Tax Credit
The Schofield Building is located at the southwest corner of East 9th Street and Euclid Avenue in Cleveland. This 14-story building originally showed a brick and terra cotta façade. During renovation, the faux mansard roof and the beige and bronze zebra-striped enamel exterior was removed to showcase this original terra cotta and red-orange brick exterior. The former office building is now home to 122 luxury hotel rooms and 52 apartments.
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