The Ariel Pearl Center is a hidden jewel in the heart of Old Brooklyn! Located in a beautiful historic 1923 bank building, it features marble columns and floors, bank vaults, stone walls, large arched windows under an intricate decorative plasterwork ceiling with magnificent crystal chandeliers. This stunning historic building was built in 1923 as the Pearl Street Savings and Trust Bank, which was designed by the famous architects, Hubbell & Benes, who also designed the Cleveland Museum of Art, West Side Market, City Club, Masonic Temple, and other famous historic buildings. The building is located at 4175 Pearl Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44109, 2 blocks south from the Cleveland Zoo, at the intersection of Pearl Road and Broadview Road.
The first floor of the Ariel Pearl Center has been converted to a beautiful event center which includes the Grand Hall with the Rotunda and Vault, a Cocktail / Ceremony Room, and a Fireplace Room. Seating capacity of the main Grand Hall is approximately 250 without a dance floor, and 200 with a dance floor.
Ariel's event team members are available from Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 5:30pm, and on Saturdays from 10am to 3pm, to provide you a tour of the facility. You may also email or call the following Ariel event team members if you have any questions or need additional information.