The City of Cleveland is made up of 30+ neighborhoods. These neighborhoods are filled with engaging residents, unique places, and entertaining events. Stay in touch with the city with LiveCLEVELAND! We’ll show you the people to meet, places to live, and things to do, and provide you with important news from the city.
Celebrate Independence Day in the city! Fireworks will be launched on Tuesday July 4th from the Downtown waterfront. Multiple viewing locations are free and open to the public, including East & West banks of the Flats, Voinovich Park, Whiskey Island, Settler’s Landing, Superior Viaduct, Kirtland Park and Edgewater Park. You can access more information on Cleveland’s fireworks here.
For more information on the holiday, check out cleveland.com/fourth-of-july
CITY LIFE: WHERE TO LIVE
7005 Ottowa Road, Slavic Village
Offered by: Slavic Village Development
Fully renovated 1920’s colonial on a beautiful brick, tree-lined Slavic Village street. Historic charm and woodwork has been beautifully preserved. 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, and 1,508 square feet. Renovations include: new furnace, hot water tank, electrical, plumbing, roof, siding, kitchen and bathroom fixtures, flooring, paint, and more! The spacious fenced backyard offers plenty of outdoor entertaining space, along with an open first floor layout and large eat-in kitchen. Located just 10 minutes from downtown Cleveland with great access to area highways, as well as both west and east side neighborhoods. One year home warranty included. Call to schedule your showing! Purchase price: $76,900
Link to the house: http://slavicvillagehomes.org/7005-ottawa-road/
4540 Broadale, Old Brooklyn
Offered by: Old Brooklyn Community Development Corp.
This could be your 4 bed, 2 bath Cape Cod home showing off classic etched glass built-ins, crown molding, charming windows with attached reading nook, laundry-chute, original hardwood floors, a large bonus room, and new neutral carpet on 2nd level also boasting high-ceilings. Refreshing front-porch with outdoor ceiling fan! A solid house, located in desired South Hills area, younger furnace & H20 tank, cozy living space features a wood burning fireplace, yet expansive and airy making home feel larger than its 1,716 sq.ft. Inviting functional kitchen, reliable appliances, newer wood laminate floor and rustic built-in wine rack! Home is East facing receiving a-lot of natural sunlight. Central air & heat, 2-car garage. Plenty of storage opportunities. A luscious fruit-bearing plum tree located in back-yard! Just around the corner is Cleveland’s largest community garden! Your new home is protected and equipped with Alarm System (if you choose to keep it). Also, seller ensures your comfort and peace-of-mind by adding a 2-YR Home Warranty for your home!
CITY LIFE: MEET YOUR NEIGHBORS
Esperanza Barillas lives in the Clark-Fulton neighborhood. She came to the United States from Guatemala in 1938 and has lived in Cleveland for 38 years. Esperanza ended up in Cleveland after moving from New York City in search of a quieter place to live. She loves living in Clark-Fulton because of the prominent Latino population throughout the neighborhood, making it easy to communicate in her native Spanish language and providing easy access to Latino goods and services, including numerous Latino restaurants. Esperanza dedicates herself to community causes and helping others in any way she can as both a volunteer and a community leader. Esperanza co-founded the Mercedarian Walkers, a group of senior women who promote healthy lifestyles in the neighborhood, and also dedicates her time as an involved member of St. Michael’s Church and through Hispanic Alliance. As a result of her involvement in the community, Esperanza received the Ward 14 Senior of the Year in 2016. She is pictured above with Ward 14 Councilman Brian Cummins.
Christopher Nance has been in Cleveland for much of his life and currently lives in the University Circle neighborhood. He is the Director of Construction Diversity and Inclusion at the Greater Cleveland Partnership and leads efforts to increase the inclusion of minority contractors in major construction and development projects in the city. Moving to University Circle about ten years ago gave Chris and his family the opportunity to relive his favorite childhood memories, like walking around Wade Lagoon after church and visiting the art museum. Chris loves to volunteer with the National Youth Sports Program. As a resident of the historic Park Lane Villa, Chris feels like he’s “in the middle of everything” and has enjoyed seeing University Circle come to life in the past few years.
Linda Barberic & Keith Berr
Linda Barberic and Keith Berr live and work in the Asia Town community in the St. Clair-Superior district. They were part of the initial artists movement in the Warehouse district in the 80’s, where Keith built his first studio in the Bradley Building and sat on the Warehouse District Board of Directors, with Bill Gould, working with city council to initiate citywide warehouse live/work rehabs.
Twenty-three years ago they bought a ¾ acre vacant lot in Asia Town and built a photo studio, from the ground up. The past 12 years they have been commuting from the Cleveland studio to their second home in Santa Fe and have made a recent commitment to sell the Santa Fe property and make downtown Cleveland their base of operations for Keith Berr Productions, their commercial fine/art photography studio, and Linda’s Somatea business. This decision caused them to expand the Cleveland studio and add a 3,000 square foot custom designed home, with private inner city gardens – a major neighborhood investment in this growing community. Keith now sits on the board of CAN magazine and they love living in their new home among a tight-knit community of artists.
CLE NEIGHBORHOODS IN THE NEWS
Cleveland Neighborhood Progress Promotes City Living With Its New Book
Forest City to sell Scranton Peninsula land to investor group eyeing development
Texas developer could buy downtown Cleveland’s Ohio Bell Building for apartments
Ohio housing market experiences its busiest May in nearly two decades
Tower at Erieview owner seeks slot on National Register of Historic Places, to aid revamp
Cleveland – A City on the Verge of Population Change
Slavic Village is country’s first Little Free Library Neighborhood
New anchor grocer moving to Cleveland’s Buckeye neighborhood
Chef-owned City Diner to offer up fresh homemade classics in Old Brooklyn
Cleveland to roll out Opportunity Corridor plans showing how neighborhoods could benefit
Attracting international population will propel Downtown Cleveland’s momentum
MONDAYS: Village Market
TUESDAYS: Tremont Farmers’ Market, Cleveland Summer Cinema/Old Brooklyn Farmers Market , Midtown Chomp
WEDNESDAYS: Walnut Wednesdays, Wade Oval Wednesdays, Ohio City Stages, Battery Park Farmers Market
THURSDAYS: Jefferson Rocks West Park
FRIDAYS: Gateway 105 Market
SATURDAYS: North Union Farmers Market, Shaker Square Concert Series
SUNDAYS: Kamm’s Corners Farmers Market
July 4 – Light up the Lake
July 7 – Walk all over Waterloo
July 8 – The Cleveland Flea
July 8 – CLE City Life Tour
July 14 – Walkabout Tremont
July 14 – Flat Out Fridays
July 20 – Sustainable Cleveland: PechaKucha at the Music Box
July 21 – Third Fridays @ 78th Street Studios
July 30 – Family Unity in the Park @ Luke Easter Park
Aug 8 – CLE City Life Tour
Check out LiveCleveland.org/calendar for a complete listing of neighborhood events.