Westlake Reed Leskosky worked with a developer to design a $200 million redevelopment of the former Ameritrust complex in downtown Cleveland. Featuring a luxury boutique hotel, a new Class A office building and a new multi-story parking garage, the mixed-use lifestyle center will encompass almost 10 square city blocks. Integral to the project is the adaptive re-use of two landmark structures: the 1908 Cleveland Trust Rotunda and the 1971 Marcel Breuer Tower. The ornate nature of the Neo-Classical Rotunda contrasts with the starkly minimalist black granite Breuer lobby, creating a dramatic threshold to a new boutique hotel and luxury residences within the Tower. The new 13-story office building contains an atrium that links the entire complex as well as four lower floors with public gathering spaces, retail and restaurants.