1894 Mansion Enhanced

George Howe Mansion

The renovation and restoration of the George Howe Mansion is part of an urban design concept that included a new Administrative Building on the campus of the Cleveland State University. Key elements of the design were the integration of Historic Restoration with High Performance Building Standards.

The mansion, built in 1894, has been enhanced with a new three-story addition. Renovation of the mansion included new mechanical, electrical, and technology systems and restoration of existing architectural details. The structures are heated and cooled by a Geothermal System. The renovated mansion accommodates conference space on the first floor, and Graduate Studies and Admissions on the second and third floors. The Mansion is accessible from the new Administrative Building.

This complex achieved LEED Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.

Project Details

Owner:

Cleveland State University

Location:

Cleveland, OH

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Project Details

Owner:

Cleveland State University

Location:

Cleveland, OH

Markets:
Services: