Historic Building Preservation
Restoring Lakewood’s Treasured Masonry
Bordered by the shores of Lake Erie, Lakewood is a special neighborhood for many reasons. The city was originally established in 1889 as one of Cleveland’s historic streetcar suburbs, and the signs of its rich history still abound today. For example, there is the Birdtown Historic District near the Cleveland border, now on the National Register of Historic Places, as well as the Oldest Stone House, a sandstone dwelling built in 1834, that can be visited in Lakewood Park. These are just a few of the many historic buildings and landmarks in Lakewood, and it is so important that they are well preserved for the future.
Cleveland Building Restoration is committed to ensuring that Lakewood’s treasured masonry stands the test of time by working closely with historic building owners. We know the unique pressures and obstacles you face and are here to help guide you through the entire process. As your historic renovation contractor, we will be your trusted partner.