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Marshall Place Apartments are located in heart of Cleveland’s Historic Gateway Neighborhood and the Historic Warehouse District. The six-story historic brick building built in 1913 once housed the headquarters of the Marshall Drug Company and was renovated by Vintage Development Group in 2002. It now provides spacious upscale urban residential living located within walking distance to markets, restaurants and entertainment.
Urban Living. Inspired Style.
Marshall Place has some of the most spectacular views of the Lake Erie shoreline and the Cleveland Browns stadium. Each spacious apartment features contemporary kitchens with breakfast bars, energy efficient appliances, ceramic-tiled floors, loft-style bedrooms, and washer/dryer hook-ups. Additionally, residents have full access to the community room, fitness center, and other public amenity spaces.
Neighborhood: Eclectic & Trendy
Designated a National Historic Landmark in 1982, the Warehouse District is home to an exciting mecca of restaurants, galleries, specialty shops, businesses and nightclubs. Located within walking distance of Progressive Field, Quicken Loans Arena, the Historic Gateway Neighborhood, Tower City and the Central Business District, the theaters of Playhouse Square, the Flats, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Great Lakes Science Center and Cleveland Browns Stadium on the lakefront, the Historic Warehouse District is clearly one of Cleveland’s premier destinations.
Marshall Place Current Availability
Marshall Place offers 41 unique one, two and three bedroom suites with a wide range of floor plans. The multi-level penthouse suites feature fabulous roof top patios and decks. Find out what units are available for you today.
From A Tenants Perspective
“I lived here for 3 years. A year in a 1 bedroom and then I moved to a 2 bedroom corner unit. The building is well maintained. Management is friendly and helpful. The walls are really thick and I’ve never heard a peep out of a neighbor in 3 years.” – Jason B.