List of tallest buildings in Cleveland

Cleveland, the second-largest city in the U.S. state of Ohio, is home to 142 completed high-rises,[1] 36 of which stand taller than 250 feet (76 m). The tallest building in Cleveland is the 57-story Key Tower, which rises 947 feet (289 m) on Public Square.[2] The tower has been the tallest building in the state of Ohio since its completion in 1991, and it also stood as the tallest building in the United States between Chicago and New York City prior to the 2007 completion of the Comcast Center in Philadelphia.[2] The Terminal Tower, which at 771 feet (235 m) is the second-tallest building in the city and the state; at the time of its completion, the building was the tallest in the world outside New York City.[3]

The history of skyscrapers in Cleveland began in 1889 with the construction of the Society for Savings Building, often regarded as the first skyscraper in the city.[4] Cleveland went through an early building boom in the late 1920s and early 1930s, during which several high-rise buildings, including the Terminal Tower, were constructed. The city experienced a second, much larger building boom that lasted from the early 1970s to early 1990s, during which time it saw the construction of over 15 skyscrapers, including the Key Tower and 200 Public Square. Overall, the city is the site of three of the four Ohio skyscrapers that rise at least 656 feet (200 m) in height; Cincinnati contains the other. As of 2012, the skyline of Cleveland is 27th in the United States and 96th in the world with 16 buildings rising at least 330 feet (100 m) in height.[5]

Unlike many other major American cities, Cleveland was the site of relatively few skyscraper construction projects in the 2000s decade. The most recently completed skyscrapers in the city are the Carl B. Stokes Federal Court House Building, which was constructed in 2002 and rises 430 feet (131 m),[6] the Ernst & Young Tower in 2013 which tops out at 330 feet (100 m),[7] and the recently erected 374-foot-tall (114 m) Hilton Cleveland Downtown Hotel which opened in 2016.[8] Overall, as of August 2016, there were 17 high-rise buildings under construction or proposed for construction in Cleveland.[1] The most recent proposals have been for the 54-story NuCLEus building project in the Gateway Sports and Entertainment Complex district of downtown and the 34-story, 396-foot-tall (121 m) The LumenTower.[9] The two tallest buildings under construction are the Lumen and the recently commenced 355-foot-tall (108 m) Beacon apartment building downtown on Euclid Avenue.

Skyline of Cleveland from Lake Erie, with the Key Tower, 200 Public Square and the Terminal Tower at the center

Tallest buildings

This list ranks Cleveland skyscrapers and high-rises that stand at least 200 feet (61 m) tall, based on standard height measurement. This includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts. An equal sign (=) following a rank indicates the same height between two or more buildings. The "Year" column indicates the year in which a building was completed.

Rank Name Image Height
ft (m)
Floors Year Notes
1 Key Tower 947 (289) 57 1991
2 Terminal Tower 771 (235) 52 1930
3 200 Public Square 658 (201) 45 1985
  • Built as the Sohio Building
  • Also known as the BP Building
  • Tallest building constructed in the city in the 1980s[13][14]
  • Regional headquarters of Huntington National Bank
4 Tower at Erieview 529 (161) 40 1964
  • Alternately known as the Erieview Tower
  • Tallest building constructed in Cleveland in the 1960s[15][16]
  • Was to be part of the never realized Erieview plan of Urban Renewal Cleveland
5 One Cleveland Center 450 (137) 31 1983
6 Fifth Third Center 446 (136) 27 1992
7 Carl B. Stokes Federal Court House Building 430 (131) 23 2002
  • Named after Carl B. Stokes the first black mayor of Cleveland
  • Tallest Federal building in Cleveland and Ohio
  • Tallest courthouse in Cleveland
  • Second tallest courthouse in Ohio, behind the Franklin County Courthouse in Columbus, Ohio.
  • Tallest building constructed in the city in the 2000s
8 Justice Center Complex 420 (128) 26 1977
  • Tallest building constructed in the city in the 1970s[21][22]
  • Part of the expansion of Group Plan.
9 Anthony J. Celebrezze Federal Building 419 (128) 31 1967 [23][24]
  • Named after the 49th Cleveland mayor Anthony J. Celebrezze who was also Kennedy cabinet member and US Appeals judge
  • Second tallest Federal building in Cleveland and Ohio
  • Recently completely re-paneled
10 PNC Center 410 (125) 35 1980
  • Originally known as the National City Center; building was renamed in 2009[25][26]
11 The Lumen 396 (120.70) 34 2020
  • 2nd Tallest Residential Building in the city after Terminal Tower.
  • Tallest building constructed in Cleveland in the 2010s.
  • Tallest building in the Playhouse District.
  • Tallest building East of East 9th Street.
  • Largest residential construction project in city in 40 years.
  • Second new residential tower constructed in the city after The Beacon in 2018
12 The 9 383 (119) 28 1971
  • Previously known as Cleveland Trust Tower and Ameritrust Tower
  • Redeveloped in 2014 as a mixed use hotel, retail, and residential building attached to the new Cuyahoga County Headquarters
  • Also known as 900 Euclid Tower[27][28]
13 Hilton Cleveland Downtown Hotel (HCDH) 374 (114) 32 (4 story base, tower has 28 stories) 2016
14 AT&T Huron Road Building 365 (111) 24 1927
  • Commonly known as Ohio Bell Building
  • Previously known as the Ameritech Building
  • Once known as SBC Center
  • Tallest building constructed in Cleveland in the 1920s[29][30]
15 James A. Rhodes Tower 363 (111) 20 1971
16 Eaton Center 356 (109) 28 1983 [33][34]
17 The Beacon 355 (108) 28 2019
  • Tallest new residential tower constructed in the city since One University Circle
  • First apartment tower constructed in the central downtown since 1974
  • Sits atop the 515 Euclid Avenue parking garage
  • Developed by Stark Enterprises
18 Ernst & Young Tower 330 (101) 21 2013
  • Named after the major accounting firm of Ernst & Young
  • Phase I of the Flats East Bank redevelopment project
  • First downtown private office building constructed since 1992
19 Marriott at Key Center 320 (98) 28 1991
  • Second tallest all-hotel building in the city
20 AmTrust Financial Building 308 (94) 23 1968
  • Also known as Key Center
  • Previously called the McDonald Investments Center
  • Formerly known as the Central National Bank Building[35][36]
21 55 Public Square 300 (91) 22 1958
  • Tallest building constructed in the city the 1950s
  • Originally known as the Illuminating Building[37][38]
  • Famous for its multistory red 55
22 The 925 Building 289 (88) 21 1924
  • Formerly known as the Huntington Building,[39] originally the Union Trust Building.
  • Largest office space in Cleveland and Ohio
  • Second largest office space in the world at the time of completion in 1924

[40][41]

23 North Point Tower 285 (87) 22 1990 [42][43]
24= 1100 Superior 282 (86) 23 1972
24= Standard Building 282 (86) 21 1925 [46][47]
26 1717 East Ninth Building 275 (84) 21 1959
  • Also known as the East Ohio Building[48][49]
27 Keith Building 272 (83) 21 1922 [50][51]
28= East Tower 266 (81) 25 1973
28= Embassy Suites Tower 266 (81) 26 1969
  • Also known as Embassy Suites at Reserve Square[54][55]
30= Superior Building 265 (81) 22 1922 [56][57]
30= Fenn Tower 265 (81) 21 1930 [58][59]
32 Landmark Office Towers Complex 260 (79) 22 1930 [60][61]
33= AECOM Building 253 (77) 21 1972 [62][63]
33= Ohio Savings Plaza 253 (77) 17 1969 [64][65]
33= Ameritech Center 253 (77) 16 1983 [66][67]
36 One University Circle 235 (71) 20 2018
37 Westin Hotel Cleveland 222 (68) 22 1975
38 Guardian Bank Building 221 (67) 15 1896
39 Parkview Apartments 213 (65) 18 1926
40 Rockefeller Building 212 (65) 17 1905
41= US Bank Centre 210 (64) 16 1991
41= Willson Tower 210 (64) 22 1971
43= W. O. Walker Center 208 (63) 16 1989
43= Lakeview Terrace Apartments 208 (63) 19 1973
45= Frank J. Lausche State Office Building 204 (62) 15 1979
45= Bohn Towers 204 (62) 22 1972
47 Federal Reserve Bank Building

203 (62) 13 1923
48 Chesterfield Building 200 (61) 20 1967

Tallest under construction or proposed

This lists skyscrapers & high-rises that are under construction or proposed for construction in Cleveland and planned to be at least 115 feet (35 m) tall, but are not yet completed structures. A floor count of 9 stories is used as the cutoff in place of a height of 100 feet (30 m) for buildings whose heights have not yet been released by their developers.

Name Height
ft (m)
Floors Year
(est.)
Status Notes
Sherwin Williams Headquarters 500-1200 ~40 2022-2024 Unknown [70][71]
Realife Skyscraper 450+ 40+ 2021-2023 Proposed [72]
Warehouse District Offices Unknown 37 2018-2025 Approved [73]
Cuyahoga County Justice Center Unknown 35+ 2021 Proposed [74]
The Lumen 396 (119) 34 2020 Under Construction [74]
The Beacon 355 (108) 28 2019 Under Construction [75]
Nautica Waterfront District Unknown 28 2018–2025 Proposed [76]
nuCLEus Residential Tower 310 (94), Office Tower 353 (108) Office Tower 27, Residential Tower 24 2020 Approved [77]
City Club Apartments 250-300 (76-91) 22 2020 (Spring) Proposed [78]
Warehouse District Apartments Unknown 23 2018 Proposed [79]
One University Circle Phase II Unknown 20+ 2018 Proposed [68][69]
2208-2210 Superior Viaduct 115+ (35+) 11-20 2018 Proposed [80]
Settler's Point Tower 115+ (35+) 19 2022 Proposed
Circle Square (UC3) Unknown 18+ 2018-2020 Proposed [81]
Warehouse District Condos Unknown 18 2021 Proposed [82]
E. 9th-Bolivar Condo Tower Unknown 20+ 2021-2022 Proposed [83][84]
Market Square 162 (49) 11 Story Office Tower & 8 Story Residential Tower 2019 Approved [85][86]
Cumberland Lakefront Apartment Complex 120-150 (37-46) 12 2020 Proposed [87]
Flats South Innovation District (two towers) 115+ (35+) 12 2022 Proposed [88]
Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute Building 115+ (35+) 12 2020-2021 Approved [89]
Kenect Cleveland 115+ (35+) 12 2018 Approved [90]
One West Twenty/Duck Island (two towers) 115+ (35+) 11+ 2022 Proposed
Infinium 115+ (35+) 11 2021 Proposed [91]
Church & State Apartments 115+ (35+) 11 2019 Under Construction [92][93]
Park Lane Condominiums 115+ (35+) 11 2022 Proposed [91]
Metro Health Campus 115+ (35+) 11 2022 Under Construction [94]
Library Lofts 115+ (35+) 11 2020-2021 Approved [95]
Panzica-Veysey Apartments 115+ (35+) 10+ 2020-2022 Proposed [96]

Timeline of tallest buildings

This lists buildings that once held the title of tallest building in Cleveland.

Name Street address Years as tallest Height
ft (m)
Floors Reference
Society for Savings Building 127 Public Square 18891896 152 (46) 10 [4]
Guardian Bank Building 623-629 Euclid Avenue 18961905 221 (67) 15 [97]
Rockefeller Building (Cleveland) 614 Superior Avenue 19051922 230 (70) 16 [98]
Keith Building 1621 Euclid Avenue 19221924 272 (83) 22 [51]
Union Trust Building[A] 925 Euclid Avenue 19241927 289 (88) 22 [41]
Ohio Bell Building[B] 750 Huron Road 19271930 364 (111) 24 [30]
Terminal Tower 50 Public Square 19301991 771 (235) 52 [12]
Key Tower 127 Public Square 1991present 947 (289) 57 [11]

Notes

A. ^ The Union Trust Building has since been renamed the Huntington Bank Building.
B. ^ The Ohio Bell Building has since been renamed the AT&T Huron Road Building.

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