The Historic Warehouse District, Cleveland’s first neighborhood, has become a must-see destination in Cleveland. It is alive with restaurants, specialty shops, and nightlife.
Once home to clothing manufacturers, marine suppliers, and hardware distributors, the district’s warehouses are being brought back to life as apartments, lofts, and office space. The area is home to seventy-three restored Victorian buildings, including the Hat Factory, the Grand Arcade, and the National Terminal. It has emerged as one of the premier residential and commercial areas in the downtown area.
Shops and restaurants in the area are trendy, elegant, and diverse. A short walk away is the Avenue at Tower City, a shopping and entertainment complex built in the Terminal Tower at Public Square, a distinctive Cleveland landmark.
The district is within walking distance to Jacobs Field, the Central Business District, theaters, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and the Cleveland Browns Stadium, making it a very desirable place to live.
Rentals in the Warehouse District range from studios to three-bedroom units. Prices are slightly higher than average for apartments Cleveland OH has to offer.