Located in the heart of Cleveland on the Euclid Corridor, this structure housed
a variety of church congregations throughout its history. Built in 1905 in the
late Gothic Revival style and nestled amidst a string of mansions, its grandeur
became part of a nationally recognized area called Millionaire’s Row, where
many of the wealthiest Americans of the industrial age, including John D.
Rockefeller, had homes.