Like many historic sites in Cleveland's evolving Nine-Twelve district, the Truman Building has been remade and reborn, and is now known as The Ivory on Euclid.
The six-story structure was originally built in 1911 by the Swetland family, becoming the home of various offices and tenants over the years before standing vacant. Located in the Euclid Avenue Historic District, The Ivory joined the impressive revitalization of the old Financial corridor.
Taking advantage of the building's authentic architecture, the $9 million project created 29 luxury apartments, along with retail storefronts, on-site parking, a fitness center, rooftop lounge and garden space, and other deluxe amenities.
The space is ideally nestled by the city's rejuvenated Public Square, the renowned theater district, and an abundance of dining options, prominent sporting events, and entertainment.