Just west of Downtown Cleveland and east of Lakewood, along the north coast of Lake Erie, you will find the Detroit-Shoreway Neighborhood and The Gordon Square Arts District. Long hailed as one of Cleveland's premiere theatre districts and lake-view communities, this neighborhood is taking advantage of its great location and breathtaking lake view capacity in its recent new construction projects.
The City of Cleveland has chosen this district to focus much of Cleveland's economic development dollars to continue the successful development of this area.
Northeast Ohio's newest success story, Cleveland's Detroit Shoreway neighborhood is jumpstarting the local economy by building on its assets and strategically investing in the development of new ones.
The Detroit Shoreway neighborhood and Gordon Square Arts District neighborhood has been on the forefront of Cleveland’s renaissance. In a few short years 700 housing units have been built, are under construction or have been approved for construction and more housing has been built in “The Shoreway and Arts District” than in any other Cleveland neighborhood.
The Gordon Square Arts District has been the economic cornerstone of this areas renaissance. A powerful combination of housing, new businesses, traditional and alternative arts, award winning restaurants and entertainment are sparking unprecedented neighborhood development.
But as the adage goes it’s all about location. The neighborhoods lakefront location allows area residents to enjoy all the advantages of nationally recognized Edgewater Park. Residents can take advantage of Edgewater’s beaches, lakefront trails and regular entertainment events like “Edgewater Live”
Minutes from Downtown Cleveland allows area residents easy access to the City’s sports venues, entertainment and dining venues.