Live CLEVELAND! E-news – August 2018



We recently unveiled the video, Cleveland: This is Where I Live at our fourth annual Vibrant City Awards Lunch. Hear from city residents that are choosing to live, work and play in the city and see why more people are choosing to call Cleveland home.


The 2018 edition of City Life magazine is now available! This publication serves as the official guide to Cleveland’s neighborhoods and provides useful information on events, destinations and residential opportunities in the city.

Click below or visit now to read up on Cleveland’s vibrant neighborhoods.


Don’t miss these incredible events that will take place in the city’s neighborhoods this month. From attending festivals and art walks to participating in farmers’ markets and neighborhood 5ks, there’s no better way to learn about the culture of each unique city neighborhood. Check out for a complete listing of neighborhood events.


Cleveland Summer Cinema in Old Brooklyn
North Coast Namaste
Tremont Farmers Market
Walnut Wednesday Food Truck Gathering
WOW! Wade Oval Wednesdays
Ship Shape Running Club
North Union Farmers Market in Shaker Square
Kamm’s Corners Farmers Market

Aug 2             Edgewater LIVE
Aug 3             Euclid Beach LIVE
Aug 3              Walk All Over Waterloo
Aug 4             AIA Cleveland Sand Fest at Edgewater Beach
Aug 5             Warehouse District Street Fest
Aug 10            Walkabout Tremont
Aug 10           Flat Out Friday
Aug 11           The Cleveland Flea
Aug 15-18     Feast of the Assumption in Little Italy
Aug 16           Rockin’ The Warehouse
Aug 17            Third Fridays @ 78th Street Studios
Aug 18           SPARX City Hop
Aug 18            La Placita Latino Open-Air Market
Aug 18-19     Flats Festival of the Arts
Aug 21           Saint Luke’s Summer Concert Series
Aug 25-26     Cleveland Garlic Festival
Aug 30          St. Rocco’s Festival


MidTown Gets A Modern Makeover>> Downtown’s very first lakefront apartments are on the horizon>> A design lover’s inside look at the newly renovated Agora Theatre & Ballroom>>
Breakwater Bluffs poised to become CLE’s newest lakefront living hotspot>> FRONT International exhibit delivers the goods when it comes to artistic quality>> Vibrant Art Installations Infuse New Life into Abandoned Houses in This Cleveland Neighborhood>>

Construction to begin on a tiny, yet complex, section of Towpath Trail>>
Cuyahoga County approves EPA loan for rock climbing gym, tech incubator in historic Ohio City Masonic Center>>
Cleveland Chain Reaction selects 19 companies vying for $100,000 investments in its second competition>>
New UH medical center on the leading edge of community healthcare in Midtown>>



Tyler Gould

“I’ve always been active in my community, particularly while attending college. I’ve been active in Adopt-A-School tutoring children and more recently a Big Brother as part of of the national Big Brothers Big Sisters Program. After I graduated from Ohio State University, I moved to Tremont, just outside of Downtown. I’ve lived there for three years and love how dog friendly and walkable everything is. It has the best of both worlds in my opinion – offering an urban feel with a strong community base. When I’m looking to go out at night, I’m just a short Uber ride away to all the action but have no problem exploring all the great local restaurants, bars, and cafes that the Tremont/Ohio City area as to offer. I love living in Cleveland due to the low cost of living and the familiarity of everything and think it’s an up and coming city. I can definitely see myself settling down and raising a family here in Cleveland.”

Ricardo Leon

“I chose to live in Stockyards while in graduate school because of the convenience and affordability. But I’ve come to love where I live. It’s filled with working class families, many of which are immigrants like my parents, and it has an incredibly diverse housing stock. I genuinely believe it’s an overlooked gem in the city. Living in the Stockyard neighborhood, you’re only a few minutes away from Downtown, the Metroparks, and the Zoo. You’re also just a stone’s throw away from other bustling neighborhoods on the near-west side. It has been amazing to see the neighborhood grow and improve over the years and I look forward to being a part of the neighborhood for years to come.”


North Collinwood – 17222 E Park Dr
Listed by Howard Hanna

This lovely home is located just steps to East Shore Beach Club; located right on the shores of Lake Erie. The front entry leads into an oversized foyer offering 2 large guest closets. An absolutely beautiful living room is highlighted by a bay window with seating, wood burning stove, built-in leaded library cabinetry and wood floors. The formal dining room leads into the updated kitchen with ceramic floor, ample cabinet and counter space with breakfast bar seating. Access the library through French doors. The 2nd floor greets you with 3 carpeted bedrooms, full bath and extra storage room with linen closet. Full, divided lower level with rec room, newer full bath, separate laundry room with washer and dryer included. Recent updates include newer vinyl windows 2016, tear off roof 2015. Enjoy the private, spacious rear yard with deck for dining, relaxing or play! Close to Metroparks with boat ramps, beaches, swimming, biking trails and hiking.

Tremont – 2209 W 20th St.
Listed by Remax

Charming newer build.This 3 bedroom 2.5 Bath home features open concept kitchen with granite counters, fireplace, master suite, finished basement and ample storage. Unique for the area, home boasts large fenced in yard, wood deck and plenty of off-street parking with a two car garage. All of this plus fantastic city views from fully fenced backyard and only a short distance to all of the hot spots including: West Side Market, Forest City Brewery, W.25th Dining and nightlife. The rapid/RTA is located just around the corner. Sellers recently installed new H20 tank and flooring through out 1st floor. Welcome home to where modern conveniences meet classic Cleveland charm.


This magnificent former Carnegie Library building now serves as a community
development center in the neighborhood.

The Fairfax neighborhood has a rich history and an eye toward the future. It is a growing destination with a variety of housing options, historic and new buildings, public and private schools, places to dine, community resource centers, urban farms, community gardens, and green spaces. Located between University Circle and Downtown, it’s home to some of Cleveland’s most treasured institutions, including the Cleveland Clinic,a leader in healthcare and Karamu house, the nation’s first multicultural theater.

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