Trinity Commons

2230 Euclid Ave.
Cleveland, Ohio

Located across the street from the campus of Cleveland State University, Trinity Commons is home to the Episcopal Diocese of Ohio and Trinity Cathedral. Trinity Commons also features a number of storefronts along Euclid Avenue that are attract patrons from CSU and other passersby. Completed in 2002, the building was designed by City Architecture.

In addition to incorporating green building features, Trinity Commons links several older buildings, provides meeting rooms and creates a welcoming entryway for the public to access Diocesan facilities.

Sustainable Sites

  • Easy access to public transportation along Euclid Avenue
  • Renovation and linking of existing buildings
  • Bike racks

Water Efficiency

  • Low-flow facilities in bathrooms

Energy and Atmosphere

  • Energy-saving HVAC system
  • High level of insulation
  • Energy-efficient fluorescent lighting
  • Open design to maximize daylighting
  • Energy-efficient, triple-paned windows
  • Motion sensors on lighting fixtures

Materials and Resources

  • Recycled roofing and carpeting
  • Synthetic limestone made from recycled materials
  • Locally produced steel
  • Restoration of existing windows

Indoor Environmental Quality

  • Low VOC emitting materials
  • Operable windows
  • Designated outdoor smoking area

Tracy Lind, Dean of Trinity Cathedral


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EcoCity Cleveland
3500 Lorain Avenue, Suite 301, Cleveland OH 44113
Cuyahoga Bioregion
(216) 961-5020
Copyright 2002-2003



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