I am one of downtown Cleveland newest residents. Originally from one of the suburbs that lie just outside of the city, I decided to make Cleveland my new home. I chose to live in the warehouse district for a number reasons: proximity to a number of cool bars (exception being W. 6th Street), incredibly easy access to Ohio City, Tremont, and the highway, and the district’s historical significance.
Years ago, the district was much more than it is today. Parking lots have flattened the areas where once beautiful buildings stood tall and proud. For example, the warehouse district in the 1960s vs today:
Fortunately, Cleveland has a lot of potential, and it is already showing in many areas of the city. I figured what better way to contribute to this revolution than by living in the middle of it!
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