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Redefining Luxury Living

About The Midtown Apartments

Take a step inside The Midtown Apartments, an apartment community in Cleveland, Ohio’s “MidTown” that boasts of 90 luxury apartments, including studios, 1-, and 2-bedroom apartment rentals as well a penthouse. With outstanding amenities and features and beautifully designed interiors, The Midtown Apartments is the perfect place to call home.

Enjoy a modern living experience with us. Our renovated historical building is conveniently located within a five-mile radius from some of Downtown Cleveland’s most popular destinations —hospitals, highways, public transportation, restaurants, and dancing, to name a few. In addition, our staff is always available to cater to your needs. So if you’re in need of a new place to call home, call 216-632-0643 and speak to a leasing agent at The Midtown Apartments today. You’ll love living in our luxury community.

Our Mission Statement

Our mission is to create a welcoming environment for every one of our residents. We do so by ensuring our facilities stay in tiptop condition and by being courteous and professional at all times.

3101 Euclid Avenue: The 1958 Trendsetter

Did you know?

  • The 1958 3101 Euclid Avenue Midtown Apartments was once an office building designed by a successful construction firm , the H.L. Vokes Company.
  • 3101 Euclid was the companies first attempt at a metal curtain wall structure.
  • The building was the tallest International Style-Miesian glass midrise built during the revitalization of the now designated “MidTown” area. The building was designed to the maximum elevation permissible by City of Cleveland codified ordinances.
  • The Midtown Apartments is situated on Euclid Avenue which was once known as “Millionaires Row”.
  • In the 1800’s the same plot of land was home to a Samuel Andrew who named the site Andrew’s Folly.
  • Andrews Folly was an 18,000 square feet, Gothic Revival home built in 1882-1885. The home was later demolished in 1923.
"Andrews Folly" Photo 1917 Northeast corner of Euclid Avenue and East 30th Street
Source: Cleveland Memory Project, Cleveland State University, Michael Schwartz Library, Special Collection
"Andrews Folly" Photo 1917 Northeast corner of Euclid Avenue and East 30th Street
Source: Cleveland Memory Project, Cleveland State University, Michael Schwartz Library, Special Collection
"Andrews Folly" Photo 1917 Northeast corner of Euclid Avenue and East 30th Street
Source: Cleveland Memory Project, Cleveland State University, Michael Schwartz Library, Special Collectio
3101 Euclid Avenue Building, 1959
Source: Cleveland Memory, Cleveland Press Collection, Marvin Wilson photographer
3101 Euclid Avenue Building, 1959
Source: Cleveland Memory, Cleveland Press Collection, Bernie Noble photographer
Source: Plain Dealer 30, July, 1957