Cleveland, Ohio, The Arcade Building, c1900

Upon opening its doors in 1890, the Arcade was hailed as Cleveland�s �Crystal Palace.� The 5-story, glass-enclosed promenade of boutiques�modeled after Milan�s Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II�was one of America�s first indoor shopping destinations. Widely recognized as an architectural marvel, the $876,000 it cost to construct the Arcade, which had been financed by wealthy Clevelanders including John D. Rockefeller, was well returned in praise.


Cleveland, Ohio, The Arcade Building, c1900

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