3050 Prospect Ave
Cleveland, OH 44115
30 cars, Free Street Parking
Total Square Footage
7,000 Sq. Ft.
National Register of Historic Places
Highly stylized, turn-of-the-century, Italianate Mansion built as a family home for Phillip Gaensslen. Large, high-ceilinged rooms, historic design, ample storage, accommodations for multiple tenants. New HVAC units and voice and data cable.
Midtown on Prospect Avenue, in Cleveland’s historic Prospect Neighborhood. Immediately accessible to I-90 and I-71. Minutes to central business district.
This highly stylized, turn-of-the-century, Italianate Mansion was built in 1883 as a family home for Phillip Gaensslen, a German immigrant and the owner of the only German language newspaper in Cleveland. After the war, the mansion was occupied by Home for Unwed Mothers, and then became a church. From 1960s to 80s, the building was used as offices for a steel fabrication company.
Michael E. Chesler purchased the mansion and the complete rehabilitation and redevelopment was completed in 1999. The building is registered on National Register of Historic Places, National Landmark, and Cleveland Landmark.