What's Happening at Shore Cultural Centre

View more of our available spaces on the Shore Cultural Centre website.


Although Shore Cultural Centre remains closed for all but essential businesses, our maintenance team is hard at work keeping Shore sparkling clean. Not only does our staff clean surfaces daily, they are able to attend to many maintenance chores while the building is empty. We appreciate their hard work and dedication to our lovely building.

The pandemic has caused some changes at Shore. Our Kids STEAM Fest which was scheduled for July has been postponed until next year. We are grateful for the extension of our grant for this event from Cuyahoga Arts and Culture and are looking forward to planning a fun hands-on Kids STEAM Fest next year.

Other changes resulting from the pandemic have opened up leasing opportunities for some of our long-term rental spaces. Many businesses call Shore Cultural Centre home, and we hope you consider our building when making your future business plans. Our building is on the National Register of Historic Places and occupies three floors providing over 125,000 square feet of space. The building is professionally managed by The Coral Management Company and features the following amenities:

  • Gas, electric, and water included
  • Classrooms with 12-foot ceilings
  • 8-foot windows provide natural daylight
  • New LED lighting
  • Fire Alarm System monitored 24 hours a day
  • CCTV System
  • Easy access to I-90 and I-271
  • Plenty of free, convenient parking
  • Walking distance to local restaurants

Visit our website at www.shoreculturalcentre.com to view more of our available long-term rental spaces. While you're there, click on the red box on the homepage to sign up for our email list.  You don't want to miss any of the news about Shore, and we'll never share your email.

For information about any of our spaces, please contact Laura Kidder at 216-289-8578 or email llk@thecoralcompany.com.

MP Monaghan

M.P. Monaghan grew up in the Euclid area.  After living in various cities around the country for almost thirty years, she is delighted to be back in beautiful Euclid again.

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Volume 11, Issue 5, Posted 5:48 PM, 05.07.2020