The Fairmont Creamery was founded in 1884 and the Cleveland building was built in 1930.
The structure was built into a hillside overlooking downtown, with two floors for manufacturing and a design that allowed rail cars to access directly. The factory was closed in 1983 and sat dormant and abandoned until 2014.
In 2013 the building was designated a landmark and is on the National Historic Registry. As part of a Cleveland preservation and revitalization effort, the building was rehabbed and now contains housing, offices and a gym
The rooftop is a hidden Cleveland gem. It's the perfect spot for a Cleveland wedding with an amazing view of the city. On a clear day you can see both stadiums. You could have a Cleveland Sports themed wedding!
Your older guests may have fond memories of Fairmont ice cream. This Cleveland wedding venue captures the essence of Cleveland re-purposed.