Cleveland January 17, 2017
Here Are The 11 Most Beautiful, Charming Neighborhoods In Cleveland
All things considered, Cleveland is one of the best places to live in America. That said, not all neighborhoods in the Forest City are created equal. Each part of Cleveland has its own unique pros and cons, but these 11 neighborhoods are among the very best to live in and visit in the city.
Home to many trendy bars, clubs and restaurants, Tremont is rapidly becoming a top spot for the Cleveland nightlife. But Tremont also shines by daylight, as its walkability and gorgeous buildings make it a lovely place to visit at all hours of the day.
Detroit-Shoreway boasts not only some of the best residential streets in Cleveland, but a thriving cultural community. From the 78 Street Studios to Capitol Theatre, there's plenty to experience in this idyllic lakeside district.
3. Old Brooklyn
Old Brooklyn offers a quaint, suburban atmosphere with lots of open space. The best part? It's only a few miles from downtown.
4. Coventry Village
Coventry Village is home to a vibrant array of clothing boutiques, restaurants and more. Add in the lush greenery of the Coventry Gardens, and it's a beautiful part of Cleveland that is perfect to explore for a day or a lifetime.
5. Ohio City
One of the oldest neighborhoods in Cleveland, Ohio City blends its history with some thoroughly modern updates, making for a culturally-rich yet comfortable and friendly neighborhood.
6. Little Italy
True to its name, Little Italy offers an unforgettable taste of authentic Italian life and culture. From its top-notch restaurants to its many quaint shops and galleries, Little Italy is as close to the real thing as you can get.
7. East 4th Street
One of the most lively nightlife destinations in Cleveland, East 4th Street is an endlessly walkable, unforgettably unique stretch of shops, restaurants, apartments and so much more.
As exciting as the hustle and bustle of downtown can be, sometimes you just want a little peace of mind. While there's not exactly much to do around Edgewater, its tranquil, natural environs and unobstructed access to Lake Erie more than make up for it.
9. University Circle
The atmosphere of this college town is unlike any other district in Cleveland. Whether you're looking for a little intellectual stimulation at one of the several museums here or a joyous night out at one of the area's famous bars, University Circle has something for everyone.
10. Warehouse District
Don't let the name throw you off; this part of Cleveland is far more urban and modernized than it is industrial. The old warehouses are being converted into everything from kitschy shops to brand-new apartments, making this one of Cleveland's best new developments.
The heart of Cleveland remains one of its absolute best districts. From the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame to the numerous shops and highrise apartments that dot the edge of the waterfront, downtown Cleveland is a great place to call home.
There are loads of beautiful little neighborhoods scattered throughout Cleveland. Tell us your favorites that we missed in the comments below.