The Statler

1127 Euclid Ave Cleveland, OH 44115 • From $99 Per Day
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  • Studio, One, Two, & Three Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Two Bathrooms
  • Cat Friendly & Dog Friendly
  • Attached Garage
  • Laundry In Unit
  • Fitness Equipment

Property Details

About this property

Live in true luxury at The Statler. Newly remodeled , The Statler offers gracious apartment homes--many with views of Lake Erie--in an historic 100-year old former hotel. The contrast of old and new creates exceptional amenity spaces, like the rooftop deck, fitness center, and stunning marble lobby with coffee bar and patisserie. Outstanding residence features include gourmet kitchens, unique layout options, and a long list of extras. The new management team is dedicated to providing an unprecedented level of service and convenience for residents. The Euclid Avenue location offers a beautiful view of the Playhouse Square Chandelier! The Statler sports a stop on the RTA Healthline and Euclid Trolley Line, it's ideally close to the Cleveland Clinic, Case Western University, Cleveland State, and the area arenas. 


Minutes from Shopping andDining
24-Hour Attended Lobby
Fitness Center
Rooftop Deck
On-site Cafe Bistro
Pet Friendly
Washer and Dryer in Apartment
Garage Parking Available
Copper Moon Cafe located in Lobby
In the Heart of The Theatre District
Game Room with Billiards

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Drawing from its roots as a working man's town, Cleveland has worked hard to prove itself as a rock and roll haven. The first step was to control the urban decay – the Cuyahoga River was once so polluted that it was actually flammable. Next: a worthy attraction to town- the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. From there, clean up downtown's public spaces and add chic hotels and restaurants. The city has come a long way- Even LeBron has deemed it happenin' enough to come back to.

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