CLEVELAND — Editor's Note: The above video is from previous reporting on this story
Tower City Center in downtown Cleveland has reopened its doors for business following Monday's massive water leak in downtown Cleveland that forced the mall to close due to flooding in the building and water pouring from the ceiling.
In a statement to 3News, Tower City's owner Bedrock announced the following:
"Tower City Center has reopened for regular business hours today, Tuesday, June 8th. Tenants, employees and guests may now access the building through the Prospect Avenue South and Huron Road entrances. As of 7:00 a.m. on Wednesday, June 9th, Tower City Center will also reopen its Public Square main entrance. The Prospect North entrance, however, will remain closed.
Following yesterday’s water leak, which Bedrock has confirmed originated within a neighboring property, repairs continue on affected areas of the mall. Two affected businesses located on Level M1 will be closed until further notice and we encourage visitors to please directly contact businesses within Tower City Center for the most up-to-date hours of operation."
Video shared to social media from Brooke Miller and Andrew Schriver on Monday revealed impact of the water leak and the resulting damage.
Additional water damage was captured by 3News in this video from Monday: