Topic: Cleveland Metro

Where can I find a smaller city nearby Cleveland?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

About forty miles south of Cleveland is Akron, the county seat of Summit County. Akron is known as the “Rubber Capital of the World.” At one time, it was home to the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, the Goodrich Corporation, Firestone Tire and Rubber Company, and General Tire. Today, Goodyear remains one of the city’s […]

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Where can I find an upscale residential neighborhood with great amenities in Cleveland?

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Tremont is one of Cleveland’s hidden treasures. One of the city’s oldest and most historic neighborhoods, the area is becoming home to many professionals and artists, who are attracted to its excellent views, historic housing areas, and small-town feel. The influx of new people has inspired new art galleries, boutiques, pubs, and award-winning restaurants, such […]

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Where can I find quiet suburbs with excellent amenities?

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The communities to the east and northeast of downtown Cleveland include larger towns and smaller villages. These suburbs each have a distinct personality and vision. Beachwood’s school district is a Blue Ribbon award winner; its schools are ranked among the top fifty in the state. The community was rated as a number-one suburb by Cleveland […]

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Where can I find loft apartments and great nightlife in Cleveland?

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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 […]

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Where can I find an excellent quality of life for my family in the Cleveland area?

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The communities in Medina County, one of the fastest-growing counties in Ohio, offer families an unmatched quality of life with easy access to Cleveland and Akron. Medina, the county seat, has been named one of Money Magazine’s top 100 best places to live. The city earned the rank of 40th on the list of “America’s […]

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Where can I find a Cleveland neighborhood close to cultural attractions?

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Just four miles east of downtown is the University Circle, the cultural heart of Cleveland. The area has more cultural and performing-arts institutions within one square mile than anywhere else in the United States. It’s situated around the campus of Case Western Reserve University. The neighborhood is the major employment center in Cleveland, with more […]

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Where can I find a small-town feel without being too far from downtown Cleveland?

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Southeast of downtown Cleveland are several smaller communities that have a lot to offer. In the center of Aurora is its historic district, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was also the site of Sea World of Ohio, which is now a water park. The city has over 1,100 acres of park […]

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Where is a great suburb with easy access to downtown Cleveland?

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Shaker Heights lies just eight miles east of downtown Cleveland. It is one of Cleveland’s inner-ring or “first” suburbs and shares a border with the city of Cleveland. The city has a national reputation for excellence in services, architecture, natural beauty, and superior public education. Shaker Heights gets its name because it was developed on […]

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Where are the best suburbs in the Cleveland area?

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Just twelve miles from downtown Cleveland is the historic community of Berea. The city’s history is tied to a superior variety of sandstone known as “Berea Stone” all over the world. Most residents here are within walking or biking distance to parks and shopping. The Cuyahoga County Fair is held in Berea as well as […]

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Where is Cleveland’s most up-and-coming neighborhood?

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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 […]

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