Euclid's first high rise building, Bonneville Tower, opened to the first residents in November of 1963 to take advantage of the expansive lakefront property. The design by Max Ratner utilized state of the art heating and cooling and the builidng sits at an angle to ensure the best views of the lake and the city scape for all of it's residents. The building's name came from one of the original partners, Milt Miller, whose Pontiac car dealership had just started selling the wildly popular Pontiac Bonneville.
A few of the original condominium owners still call Bonneville Tower their home. Many others are long-term residents who appreciate all the building has to offer. It truly is Euclid and Greater Cleveland's hidden gem.
Along with Bratenahl Place, Bonneville Tower remains one of the few east side lakefront high-rise condominiium buildings. And few anywhere have to offer all that this Lake Shore Boulevard landmark can.
In 1979, the 120 suite apartment building was converted to a condominium and sales happened quickly! Condominium sales expert, Jim Adair, boasted a record sell out as many existing residents snapped up their rental apartments and many brought their friends in to take advantage of the outstanding opportunity to own a condominium home on the lakefront.
Luxurious Lakefront Living