Live CLEVELAND! E-news – July 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
Walnut Wednesday Food Truck Gathering
WOW! Wade Oval Wednesdays
Edgewater LIVE
Ship Shape Running Club
Euclid Beach LIVE
North Union Farmers Market in Shaker Square
Kamm’s Corners Farmers Market

Jul 4            Happy 4th of July!
Jul 6            Mix @ Cleveland Museum of Art
Jul 6            Walk All Over Waterloo
Jul 7, 8         GardenWalk Cleveland
Jul 13          Walkabout Tremont
Jul 13          Flat Out Friday
Jul 14          La Placita Latino Open-Air Market
Jul 14          The Cleveland Flea
Jul 14          Gordon Square Presents
Jul 14          Soul of Buckeye festival
Jul 17          St. Luke’s Summer Series
Jul 19          Rockin’ The Warehouse
Jul 20          Third Fridays @ 78th Street Studios
Jul 28          Gordon Square Presents



“Aspirational” Scranton Peninsula plans show mixed-use neighborhood on Cuyahoga River>> Next phase of Flats East Bank surfaces>> Before-and-after photos show Cleveland’s abandoned homes that now sell for less than $90,000>>
Cleveland Museum of Art teams with FRONT for new City Stages series>> Metroparks sails into a new era with first phase completion of historic Coast Guard complex>> The Vibrant City Awards shines a light on Cleveland’s neighborhood changemakers>>

More than 200 gardens will be on display for GardenWalk Cleveland>>
Old Brooklyn’s Crooked River Exploration Camp will connect city kids to CVNP>>
20 Years After EcoVillage Formed, Residents Still Find Sustainable Living>>
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame now free to Cleveland residents, thanks to KeyBank>>
Prospect Avenue to gain new apartments>>
Cleveland’s Population Could Hinge on Keeping or Attracting Young People Once They Start Having Kids>>


Book Chrobak
Old Brooklyn

“I love city living because of the community feel and the abundance of neighborhood amenities.  I enjoy being so close to my neighbors, friends and recreational outlets.  Our family chose to live in the city and we appreciate being connected to so many others that also value city living – whether they are young professionals, growing families, or retirees.  We love how Old Brooklyn’s cultural diversity contributes to our thriving neighborhood and helps foster a better place to live.”

Ashly Little

“I have been a resident of the Larchmere/Fairhill area for all of my life. It has been a wonderful 33 years and I cannot say anything bad about this area. My father and mother continue to reside in the neighborhood and have been here since 1985. I enjoy the quiet neighborhood; however, the uprising of festivals is an additional delight. Shaker Square continues to be an accessible hub of dining, shopping and cinema and Larchmere continues to excel with eclectic stores and restaurants. All are within walking distance for my family and me. The neighborhood offers a variety of housing options and is close to University Circle, major hospitals, and neighboring suburbs. This community is something I have grown to love and encourage everyone to explore the area as it has so much to offer and continues to grow and improve.”


Old Brooklyn – 3204 Archmere Ave.
Listed by Howard Hanna

This beautiful single family detached 3 bedroom, 2 bath colonial was built in 2006. Large family room with plenty of windows for natural sunlight. The gorgeous dining room leads to an eat-in-kitchen. The master suite has plenty of room for your king sized bed set and also has a walk-in closet. The lower level is finished for the whole family to enjoy and the private fenced-in yard is perfect for your own paradise in the city. Close to everything including all the major hospitals and museums, and only minutes from Downtown where you can enjoy all that our great city has to offer.

Detroit Shoreway – 7508 Rutledge Ave.
Listed by Progressive Urban Real Estate

Beautiful 4 bedroom, 2 full bath on a dead-end brick street that overlooks the zoo! A tasteful and meticulous renovation has been completed over the years by the current owners. Features include beautiful hardwood floors and natural woodwork throughout, living room with fireplace, large dining room with bay window, first floor full bath with ceramic walk-in shower, unique round 2nd floor foyer leading to bedrooms, Master bedroom with screened sitting porch, huge 3rd floor studio/bonus room, 2-car garage with an extra bay for storage and inviting flagstone patio. Updated electrical, newer concrete drive. New furnace in 2006 and roof in 2003.


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

Westown is a vibrant, historic and culturally diverse neighborhood of classic early 20th century inspired architecture with tree-lined residential streets. Halloran Recreation Center offers year round  fun including a winter skating rink and warming house and a new water park and pool.  Residents and visitors enjoy access to Lorain Avenue’s 8-mile corridor of shopping, dining and history that links Cleveland Hopkins International Airport to Downtown Cleveland. Once an early stagecoach route, Lorain Avenue is an eclectic mix of classic to retro specialty shops, ethnic markets, and restaurants, entertainment, and scared landmarks.

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