The 5th Street Arcades are comprised of the Colonial Arcade (1898) and the Euclid Arcade (1911), which run parallel along East 4th and East 6th Streets and are bound by Euclid and Prospect Avenues at each end. In 1898, the Colonial Arcade opened alongside the Colonial Hotel, connecting the hotel to Euclid Avenue with a shopping arcade. The Euclid Arcade followed in 1911 and, in 2000, both arcades were connected as part of a multi-million dollar project that also included the reopening of the hotel as a Marriott Residence Inn.Plan to visit 5th Street Arcades during your Cleveland vacation using our convenient Cleveland attractions planner.
Today, the 5th Street Arcades are leading the way in the revitalization of downtown Cleveland's shopping scene. With 21 new businesses opened over the past 20 months and several more on the way, the arcades' mix of unique shops, myriad of dining options and array of unique services and other amenities makes 5th Street one of the neatest destinations in downtown CLE! Be sure to stop by and visit us; there's always something happening in our neighborhood!
5th Street Arcades reviews
Amazing piece of history with many unique shops! One side is filled with newer shopping (gallery, blow out bar, 2 Cleveland shops, a home store and modern women's boutique) then a joint area in the... more »
I love all of the arcades and I recommend this one, as well as the others for any fans of old architecture. It gets people off the street and out of the weather. The shops and food venues here are..... more »
I happened upon this place on a Monday afternoon.There is an quaint historic atmosphere here. I tried samples and bought popcorn at Kernels by Chrissie. This mall has small business specialty shops The air condtioning was refreshing on a hot day.I went to the restroom and window shopped part of the mall. The restroom was clean.The staff were friendly.This a great historic tourist spot.
This a cool place with lots of shops. There is a tea shop, cookie shop and much more in here. Unfortunately, the majority only cater to the m-f working crowd. Same for most of the food. I highly recommend Sakura hibachi for lunch during the week.
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