Live CLEVELAND! E-news – January 2016

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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.

NEIGHBORHOOD SPOTLIGHT: CUDELL/EDGEWATER

The Glenville neighborhood is home to an amazing housing stock, a nationally acclaimed high school football team, the beautiful Rockefeller Park and Cleveland’s famed Cultural Gardens. It is conveniently located a couple miles east of Downtown and offers easy access to I-90. Glenville is also adjacent to University Circle, Cleveland’s center for arts, culture and healthcare. A neighborhood of approximately 16,000 residents, it offers incredible city living amenities for residents of all income levels. Learn more about Glenville at www.Livecleveland.org/glenville

CITY LIFE: WHERE TO LIVE

1467 East 105th Street – Glenville

This fully rehabbed home in Glenville is now available. The 1910 quality construction of this house along with the 21st century modern amenities, gives you the best of both eras. The large rooms with high ceilings compliment the bamboo flooring in the open concept family room and quartz counters in the kitchen and baths. This home features a first floor bedroom and full bath with 3 additional bedrooms and 2 baths on the second floor. Additional space on the 3rd floor is also available to use however you’d like. The high efficiency mechanicals and Pella windows will give you years of warmth and low utility expense. If you happen to work for one of the non-profits within the University Circle area, you may qualify for up to $30,000 in grant funds to help purchase the home through the Greater Circle Living Program. For more information or a personal tour of this home, feel free to contact Sherry Callahan from Howard Hanna.

CITY LIFE: MEET YOUR NEIGHBORS

 
Nicholas Faehnle
Cudell/Edgewater

Sandra Robertson has her roots in Glenville – literally! The retired police officer is a resident and community gardener in the neighborhood, and in October won the NeighborWorks America Dorothy Richardson award for her garden, Ashbury Sprouts. The beautiful patch of green space has over twenty dedicated volunteers and is a neighborhood gem. Sandra enjoys bringing fresh food to her neighbors, many of whom don’t have easy access to healthy foods. She also coordinates activities for kids, and seniors alike, to help them become connected to the land they live and play on. Sandra loves her neighborhood and helping fellow residents, but at the end of the day, she says “it’s fun to play in the dirt….and there is nothing like a fresh tomato that doesn’t taste like cardboard.”

 

Bianca Butts
Buckeye

Why she loves living in Cleveland with her husband Chris and daughter Ellie: “It’s been a joy to watch Old Brooklyn grow and improve over the last 15 years. It’s awesome to take a walk around the neighborhood, stopping front porch to front porch to visit with neighbors. We also love the diversity of Ellie’s school and the different experiences she has because of it. We are so happy here.”Tia lives in Old Brooklyn and is a Consultant for Inbloom Consulting in Brecksville. Tia and her family moved to Old Brooklyn in 2003. They have grown to love the neighborhood and now plan to be lifelong residents.  She loves being no more than twenty minutes from everything, meeting up with her neighbors and hiking in the nearby Metroparks.


Max Sollisch
Collinwood

By day, Max is a copywriter at Marcus Thomas, and by night he is a songwriter performing as Dolfish. In his free time, Max appreciates the three miles of lakefront found in his neighborhood, taking advantage of Euclid Beach and Wildwood Marina and exploring the new and exciting business and arts scene in his own neighborhood.

Max loves the “togetherness” he has found in Cleveland. “It’s super mixed here and while there are divides, like you see in any neighborhood, there’s also a lot of togetherness. And the people. Ah, the people. Everyone says hi, everyone remembers you, talks to you, cares about you. I couldn’t imagine living anywhere else.”

– Mayfield Station project in Cleveland’s Little Italy resurfaces as apartments >>
– 100 miles of the Towpath Trail – one step at a time >>
– Construction underway at new Ohio City music and early childhood
education facility >>
– First look: Astoria Cafe & Market opens in Cleveland’s Gordon Square >>
– Cleveland Jam, crafted with local beer and wine, finds a home in Old Brooklyn >>
– Detroit Shoreway is ‘ahead of the curve’ when it comes to development >>
– 2016 was The Year of Cleveland; city sparkled in national spotlight >>
– University Hospitals breaks ground on Rainbow Center for Women & Children in Midtown>>
– The Foundry adds rowing tanks, attracts thousands to the Flats>>
– Fifth Annual DayGlo Show Will Color Walk All Over Waterloo >>

DECEMBER EVENTS

Cleveland Neighborhood Progress wishes you a happy new year!

All month long, ice skate at University Circle, Public Square and Halloran Park
Jan 6 – Walk all over Waterloo
Jan 13Walkabout Tremont
Jan 16 – Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Jan 16 – North Coast Harbor Ice Fest
Jan 20 Third Fridays @ 78th Street Studios

 INSTAGRAM SHOTS!

A view of Downtown from the beautiful Edgewater neighborhood.