A good aerial view of Top of the Hill, with Cedar Hill on the lower-left (just out of sight); Euclid Heights Blvd. on the left; and Cedar Road on the right. You can easily see the Point, as well as the Buckingham, the two apartment buildings that were torn down in 1969, and the Brantley/Braverman (on Euclid Hts. Blvd.) building towering above both.
Directly to the east of Doctor's Hospital was another apartment building built in 1920, also torn down in 1969.
This 8-story building, with parapet, was built as an apartment building in 1920. In 1949, it became Doctor's Hospital. It was torn down in 1969 when the doctors left to create what became Hillcrest Hospital on Mayfield at SOM. Immediately to the right of this building is Nighttown.
A view looking east on Cedar Road, towards Giant Eagle/Dave's. You can see the side of the Nighttown building in the middle, right next to Doctor's Hospital.
Another view of Doctor's hospital, with an addition that was put on after it was built (the addition was built where Nighttown's outdoor dining is now located).
Another view of Doctor's Hospital.
Another view of the two apartment buildings, looking in an easterly direction from Cedar Road.
Demolition - 1969. Note The Buckingham in the background.
Demolition - 1969
Demolition - 1969, probably taken from the vantage point of the penthouse of the Brantley/Braverman building (the beautiful 10-story or so Art Deco building on Euclid Heights Blvd.).
The Maternity Ward inside Doctor's Hospital.
1990 proposal by City Architecture on behalf of their developer client.