Fire Insurance maps indicate the building was 134 feet to the main roof.
The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.
The entire Cleveland Worsted Mills complex, as well as neighboring structures, was destroyed by an arson fire set on 4 July 1993. Industrial and chemical waste stored at the site fueled the devastating blaze.
The site remained a brownfield until 2001 when redevelopment work began transforming it into the new Boys and Girls Clubs of Cleveland designed by Payto Architects, Inc..
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