Cleveland's Playhouse Square to get new upscale apartment building in 2020

Posted at 9:22 AM, Jun 09, 2017

Playhouse Square will get a new apartment building in 2020. Situated on at the corner of Euclid Avenue and East 17th Street, the upscale development will replace the parking lot across from the Connor Palace.


  • 34-story tower
  • 319 apartments
  • 550 parking spaces
  • 22,000 square feet for amenities

“We have always taken a lead role in making sure our neighborhood is a vibrant destination in the heart of the city,” said Playhouse Square President and CEO Art J. Falco. “Early on, we created a list of things we wanted to accomplish – become a premier touring destination for Broadway, welcome residents, develop an iconic identity for the neighborhood – and with each success building on the one before, we have achieved those goals.

"A high-rise development project is the next one of our long-held visions becoming a reality, and with the great demand for residential living downtown, the timing could not be better.” -  Art J. Falco

Hines and Solomon Cordwell Buenz (SCB) will develop this project while Playhouse Square will retain ownership of the property and hire a management company. Construction on the project will begin by late fall 2017. (See next page for amenities and map)

Planned amenities include:
  • courtyard terrace with grill area and fireside lounge
  • electric car charging and car wash stations
  • pet spa
  • bike storage and repair station
  • concierge services
  • business and fitness centers
  • heated lap pool