East Fourth Street, between Prospect and Euclid Avenues, has experienced a boom in the last eight years, and it is bringing downtown with it. This area of the historic Gateway neighborhood has become a dining and entertainment mecca in Cleveland.
The street is decked out with flowers, decorative paving, white lights, and outdoor seating to attract people to its fourteen restaurants, eight bars, sixteen-lane bowling alley, coffeeshop, theater, nightclub, and concert stage. Here you can grab dinner, then listen to live music at House of Blues or see a comedy show at the Pickwick & Frolic Restaurant & Club. The area is also home to The Bang and The Clatter, an innovative theater company. The redevelopment of the area includes several residential properties that offer choices in location, price, and amenities.
East Fourth Street is a short walk from the Tower City Center, the Quicken Loans Arena, Progressive Field, and Cleveland’s Public Square.
Rentals along East Fourth Street and the surrounding area range from studios to three-bedroom units. Prices are higher than average for the apartments downtown Cleveland has to offer.