Topic: City Guides

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

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 loft apartments and great nightlife in Cleveland?

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 upscale residential neighborhood with great amenities in Cleveland?

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 a great residential neighborhood in Akron?

Once home to such famous Akron residents as presidential candidate Wendell Willkie and AA co-founder Dr. Robert Smith, Highland Square has long been one of the city’s favorite residential neighborhoods. The area is culturally diverse but retains its charm and character as an urban neighborhood. Residents have formed the Highland Square Neighborhood Association to help […]

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Where can I find a smaller, more affordable metropolitan area not too far from Cleveland?

The communities in the Youngstown/Warren area were once at the heart of the steel industry but are now forging bright new futures. The city of Warren is about fifty miles southeast of Cleveland. Warren is home to several performing-arts venues, including the Packard Music Hall and the Warren Community Amphitheatre. The Philharmonic Orchestra and the […]

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