Great Neighborhoods

See Our Great Neighborhoods

The HTC connects vibrant neighborhoods buzzing with business, culture, knowledge and entertainment – where you can live, learn, work, dine and play.

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The Campus District is a bustling neighborhood of Downtown Cleveland with the vibrant campuses of Cleveland State University, Cuyahoga Community College, and St. Vincent Charity Medical Center and a Live/Work Arts District along Superior Avenue. Adjacent to Playhouse Square, the Campus District offers restaurants, bars, tons of cultural and athletic events and a variety of housing types from lofts to townhouses to student apartments.

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MidTown Cleveland has historically been a center of innovation with a diverse business, manufacturing and residential base, linking Downtown and University Circle. It is a place where innovation is continuing to take place today. Some of the unique characteristics and offerings with which the area is attracting people and businesses include excellent freeway access and the Euclid Corridor HealthLine and an innovative form-based zoning and master plan.

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Fairfax has a rich heritage and was home to the first African American owned bank in Cleveland, Ohio. The neighborhood is ideally located between downtown Cleveland and University Circle which affords easy access to virtually all of the city’s attractions and businesses. Fairfax is home to two nationally recognized institutions. The foremost of these is the Cleveland Clinic, established in 1921 and now ranks as Cuyahoga County’s largest private employer. Karamu House is the country’s first inter-racial theater and arts center and was established in 1917.

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Welcome to Ohio’s most spectacular square mile – University Circle! This premier urban district and world class center of education, medical, and arts & cultural institutions is located just four miles from downtown Cleveland along the historic and future looking Euclid Corridor. Nowhere on our globe can you find the same concentration of education, health care, arts, cultural, religious, and social service institutions located in one city neighborhood.