Tower Press Building
Structure in General
- After its abandonment in 1987, the building suffered substantial damage from water, ice and trespasser abuse including gaping holes in both the ceiling and facade.
- Originally built in Cleveland's former Garment District by the H. Black Company, a manufacturer of Wooltex coats, the building was subsequently occupied by a branch of the religious printer Evangelical Press.
- The building's 130 ft (40m) former water tower has been converted into "The Tower Suite", a 5-floor unit featuring a climb of 110 steps to the top of the tower for views of the Cleveland skyline from its fifth floor room.
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Features & Amenities
- City landmark