One University Circle

One University Circle, located at 10730 Euclid Ave. in Cleveland is on track to have its first tenants move in April 4. 

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One University Circle in Cleveland, developed by First Interstate Properties in Lyndhurst, is scheduled to see its first tenants move in April 4. 

Cate Cymalisty, regional sales and marketing manager for Village Green, which is the managing agent for One University Circle, said floors one through five will see tenants move in during the April 4 weekend. Each week after that, two more floors will open to tenants in a staggered opening.

Cymalisty said One University Circle, which will be the first new high-rise development in Cleveland in about 40 years, offers 276 apartments from studio,

one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three bedroom apartments for rent in a variety of floor plans. 

In addition, One University Circle offers private residences on the 19th floor, which are also rentals but Cymalisty said the company envisions a longer-term tenant staying in one of those units. There is also the 18th floor, which is referred to as the penthouse floor, and features private residences as well. Rent for the private residences ranges between $4,380 and $9,420 a month, Cymalisty said.

Amenities include 24-hour concierge, a Luxer package system, a conference center, wellness studio, pet spa, outdoor dog run, the University Circle lounge, which features a fireplace, television and full kitchen, and rooftop deck, which features a heated swimming pool, grilling stations, fireplaces and an urban vegetable garden.

An unspoken amenity of One University Circle is University Circle itself, said Zach Guren, a project manager with First Interstate Properties and a member of B’nai Jeshurun Congregation in Pepper Pike.

“Being able to walk outside your front door, walk over to the (Cleveland Museum of Art), go see the orchestra next door (at Severance Hall),” Guren said. “You have this resort-style living but in an urban environment. It has the convenience of being close to downtown and close to the cultural center of Cleveland.”

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