Cleveland Developer Turns Old Bank Hall Into Swanky New Dining Destination
Real estate developer Frank Sinito of Millennia Companies purchased the historic Garfield Building in downtown Cleveland in 2015. Work was immediately started to convert offices to luxury apartments to fill the growing demand for downtown housing in Cleveland. Alongside the commercial site was the historic National City Bank hall (formally Guardian Trust). The grand bank hall is the second largest in the world and had sat empty for 12 years. The space encompasses over 15,000 square feet spread over three floors. The design team diligently went to work creating the posh Marble Room Steaks & Raw Bar. The finished restaurant makes one wonder how this gorgeous venue is in the heart of downtown Cleveland and not Paris, London, or Manhattan.