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Friday, October 15, 2021

Architectural Justice Gallery & Cafe in Strongsville Will Be Permanently Closing in November

Posted By on Fri, Oct 15, 2021 at 2:35 PM

A cooking class at Architectural Justice - PHOTO BY KARIN MCKENNA
  • Photo by Karin McKenna
  • A cooking class at Architectural Justice

Architectural Justice will be closing its Strongsville location, which offered a cafe, cooking classes and high-end home decor and furniture, as of Nov. 7.

Retail operations will be moved to its Medina location.

The announcement:

Over the last four years, we have shared many great experiences with both our guests and our staff. We appreciate our communities patronage and also the hard work and dedication from our team both past and present.

It’s with mixed feelings that we are announcing the closing of Architectural Justice Gallery & Cafe in Strongsville. The good news is that you can still visit us at our Design Center in Medina where we will be moving our retail operations.

Our last day of restaurant service at our Strongsville location will be November 7th.

We are having a moving sale at our Strongsville location Tuesday, Oct. 19, which will run through Nov. 7. All events scheduled at the Strongsville location through the end of October will continue as planned. Gift cards will be honored at either location for in-store merchandise, products, and design services.

While the ‘Gallery and Café’ comes to a close, Architectural Justice continues to expand.

As the announcement notes, as redesign demand has kicked into high gear across the region, the Medina outpost has already and will continue to expand its products and offerings.

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