4. Heinen’s Fine Foods
Just across the street from 925 Euclid is the stunning Cleveland Trust Rotunda Building, opened in 1908. The Atrium is home to Heinen’s Fine Foods and is probably the most architecturally inspiring places to have a coffee or pick up groceries in the city. Architect George B. Post, who was extremely prolific in New York City, designed this stately building with a Tiffany-glass dome.
When visiting, look out for the brass crest on the floor in the middle of the atrium below the dome that says “The Cleveland Trust Company,” the murals by Francis David Millet titled “The Development of Civilization in America” and the sculptures on the exterior pediment. Millet perished in the Titanic, his career cut short by the accident.