Tower City Center is a mixed-use facility located on Public Square in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. The facility is composed of a number of office buildings, including the landmark Terminal Tower, a shopping mall, hotels, and the main hub of Cleveland's three rapid transit lines.
The complex was renamed Tower City Center in 1991. When it opened, the mall housed many high-end retailers, including Fendi and Gucci. Over the following 17 years, many of those shops were replaced by more modest stores, some of them local retailers.
In 1991, two new 11-story office towers, the Skylight Office Tower and the Chase Financial Tower, were added. The Chase Building houses Cleveland's Ritz-Carlton Hotel and The Skylight Office Tower houses the Hard Rock Cafe. After the completion of the nearby Gateway project in 1994, RTA built an indoor walkway connecting Tower City to the complex. A second walkway was built in 2002 to connect Tower City with the Carl B. Stokes U.S. Courthouse.