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Nearing completion, the New City Club apartments on Euclid Street will feature new dining and entertainment concepts

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CLEVELAND, OH — The 23-story City Club apartments in downtown Cleveland on Thursday celebrated the final stages of construction with a closing ceremony attended by project representatives and city officials.

City Club apartments at 776 Euclid Street, next door to the old City Club in Cleveland, this has nothing to do with the historic Public Forum. It is owned by the Detroit-based real estate owner, developer, and operator with buildings in several Midwestern cities including Cincinnati, Detroit, Chicago, and Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Consisting of both apartments and penthouses, the nearly completed 304-unit structure will include luxury amenities such as high-end restaurants, retail spaces, workspaces, doggie day care, a heated rooftop pool, etc.

“This project speaks to the future of downtown,” Mayor Justin M. Bieb told the audience scattered around the unfinished, open-air 18th floor. “We have to be bold to move from a commercial area to a community area. City Club apartments reflect this vision.”

City Club Apartments CEO Jonathan Holtzmann also addressed the crowd.

“Cities need to increase their population and re-retail,” he said. “This building is full of mysteries.”

The City Club Apartments lobby will give residents and the public access to three dining/entertainment concepts. It will be opened by the owners of Tartine Bistro in Rocky River.

Dining and entertainment options will include Café Tartine and J’adore restaurants as well as The Green Box. Dean and Anna Valor Cleveland Bestros will lead the three French-themed concepts. Fifteen years ago, Valores opened Tartine Bistrot, an award-winning French restaurant and wine bar located in the Rocky River.

“We are delighted to partner with City Club Apartments and continue to grow our award-winning Tartine brand,” said Anna Valory. “Café Tartine will flow directly from the lobby and will have a private entrance and outdoor patio in Euclid.”

The 30-seat café will serve coffee from local roaster Duck Rabbit Coffee and serve a selection of breakfast and lunch items, including vegetarian options. At 4 p.m., the café will transform into a wine bar serving the same selection of wines as Tartine Bistro.

J’adore, accessible from the lobby, will be a two-level French restaurant offering contemporary French cuisine and a French-influenced wine list. Dean Valeur is a French wine collector who loves Bordeaux.

The restaurant will have indoor and outdoor seating on the first floor. Access to the second floor and its outdoor patio will be via a grand staircase.

The third public dining space is The Green Box Speakeasy. The 40-seat bar and lounge features French cabaret style and frequent entertainment.

The building is being completed by contractor Cleveland Construction Inc. Designers include Vocon/BKV Group for interior design and landscaping.

The Advance Rental Center is now open. CCA could welcome its first residents as early as fall 2023.

Paris Wolf is the Society’s Life and Culture Correspondent. Cleveland.com. She has a particular interest in food, dining, cocktails, and spirits. You can reach her with news and story ideas at pwolfe@cleveland.com. This is a guide to his most recent publication. Follow her on Instagram @pariswolfe.

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