Groundbreaking For High-Rise Downtown Apartment Building

Photo: Courtesy City Club Apartments

(Cleveland) - Ground was broken Friday for City Club Apartments, a high-rise mixed use apartment building in the 700 block of Euclid Avenue in downtown Cleveland.

When finished, City Club Apartments will be a mixed-use development, with furnished short-term apartments, unfinished long-term apartments, and apartments that range from studio to penthouse. There will be 22 different floor plans available.

Developer Jonathan Holtzman says they will have an indoor-outdoor movie theater, swimming pool with a clubhouse, and complete varieties of apartments. Holtzman says much of this is possible as City Club Apartments are being built from scratch. The building is going up on the site of a surface parking lot between the City Club Building, and iHeartMedia's future home of 668 Euclid.

Holtzman expects occupancy by the end of 2023.

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