“Subterranean Homesick Blues” – Bob Dylan (1965)
The Cleveland Clinic’s Crile Building, located at 2049 East 100th Street, between Euclid and Carnegie Avenues, on the Clinic’s main campus. The 620,000 square foot, 14-floor Crile Building was named after George Crile, one of the original founders of the Cleveland Clinic.
Designed by the architectural firm of Cesar Pelli & Associates, the building was completed in 1985 and houses the Clinic’s Outpatient Services Department. The exterior is made primarily of glass and granite. In 1986, the building was bestowed a prestigious Honor Award from the American Institute of Architects.
Top photo taken May 30, 2014
Photos 2, 5 and 6 taken August 7, 2015
Photos 3 and 4 taken April 1, 2015
“Hallelujah Chorus” from Handel’s Messiah – Choir of King’s College
From the lawn of Cleveland’s downtown hospital, on E. 22nd Street: St. Vincent Charity Medical Center.
Photos taken December 23, 2014