Located on Superior Avenue, between E 19th and E 21th Streets, the Tower Press Building offers artists and non-artists alike eighty unique and historic living spaces with a variety of modern conveniences. What's more, the building is withing walking distance of downtown restaurants and offices,Playhouse House Square
, and Cleveland State University.
The Tower Press complex consists of a central, two-story wing and a unique 130-foot Tower Suite. Apartments in the main building range from one-bedroom, one-bath units to spacious three-bedroom, two-bath units. All feature interesting architectural details, such as exposed brick, high ceilings, and large original mullioned windows. Rents range from $650 to $2200.
The Tower Suite:
The most unique living space at the Tower Press Building is the Tower Suite. This 130-foot tall tower has five floors, two balconies -- one facing north and one facing south, and 110 steps. It features three bedrooms and two baths.
Residents at the Tower Press Building have a free T-1 high-speed Internet access cable. In addition, residents can enjoy the professional fitness center, the downstairs meeting and conference room, and 8000 square feet of retail space. Among the retail tenants is the Artefino Cafe, a combination of art gallery, coffee shop, and deli.
Sixteen of the Tower Press suites are reserved for working artists. These studio/living spaces are rewarded by a jury system, and tenants range from painters to textile artists to photographers and filmmakers. In some cases, the rent on the artists suites is subsidized by the developer.
Those interested in learning more about the Tower Press Building, can contact the rental office at 216 241-4069, stop by the office in the building, or visit their website
.(last updated 2-25-08)