The Cleveland Athletic Club (CAC) was a historic organization headquartered in a historic building designed by J. Milton Dyer who also designed the Cleveland City Hall. The CAC Building was built in 1911, stands 177 feet tall and 15 stories high. CAB was founded in 1908 and once boasted the likes of Clevelanders Charles Otis, Walter Baker, William Parmalee Murray, and Elbert Baker The actor and 1924 & 1928 Olympic medal winner Johnny Weissmueller once swam in the club's pool and set the record for the 150 yard backstroke in 1922. The club was in financial difficulty in 2007. Recently the building commanded a paltry 3.3 million in a sheriff sale and will be converted into either apartments or a mixed use property.

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  • The Cleveland Athletic Club (CAC) was a historic organization headquartered in a historic building designed by J. Milton Dyer who also designed the Cleveland City Hall. The CAC Building was built in 1911, stands 177 feet tall and 15 stories high. CAB was founded in 1908 and once boasted the likes of Clevelanders Charles Otis, Walter Baker, William Parmalee Murray, and Elbert Baker The actor and 1924 & 1928 Olympic medal winner Johnny Weissmueller once swam in the club's pool and set the record for the 150 yard backstroke in 1922. The club was in financial difficulty in 2007. Recently the building commanded a paltry 3.3 million in a sheriff sale and will be converted into either apartments or a mixed use property. (en)
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  • The Cleveland Athletic Club (CAC) was a historic organization headquartered in a historic building designed by J. Milton Dyer who also designed the Cleveland City Hall. The CAC Building was built in 1911, stands 177 feet tall and 15 stories high. CAB was founded in 1908 and once boasted the likes of Clevelanders Charles Otis, Walter Baker, William Parmalee Murray, and Elbert Baker The actor and 1924 & 1928 Olympic medal winner Johnny Weissmueller once swam in the club's pool and set the record for the 150 yard backstroke in 1922. The club was in financial difficulty in 2007. Recently the building commanded a paltry 3.3 million in a sheriff sale and will be converted into either apartments or a mixed use property. (en)
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