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The Residences at Halle

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Identification

The Residences at Halle
Halle Brothers Company Department Store
Halle’s Department Store
Pope Building
Halle Building
121746

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Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
steel
concrete
brick
terra-cotta
white
chicago school

Usages

rental apartments commercial office
shop(s) restaurant

Facts

  • The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.
  • This building's architect, Henry Bacon, also designed the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC.
  • An unbuilt addition, known as the Point Building, was designed by Walker & Weeks in 1946-47 to expand the department store up to the point at the intersection of Euclid Avenue and Huron Road East. Instead this point is now occupied by Wyndham Cleveland at Playhouse Square.
  • Halle’s closed in January 1982. It became an office building in 1986 and is currently apartments.
  • Originally planned to be an office building called the Pope Building, the Halle Brothers Department Store signed a long term lease on November 28, 1908.

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Location

1200-1238 Euclid Avenue
2001 East 12th Street, 1028 Barn Court, 1029-1137 Huron Road
1228 Euclid Avenue
44115
Halle's
Downtown
Cleveland
Ohio
U.S.A.

Technical Data

186.00 ft
186.00 ft
186.00 ft
13
3
Jun 1907
2/20/1910
1913 - 11/2/1914
1947 - 1949
1986
2017 - 2019

Involved Companies

Henry Bacon

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1913 - 11/2/1914

Henry Bacon

1947 - 1949

Walker & Weeks

Features & Amenities

  • National landmark
  • Atrium is present
  • Conference center is available
  • Exercise facility is available
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