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Detroit Shoreway

Detroit Shoreway - photo Bob Perkoski

Like many historic neighborhoods, this once-thriving community hemorrhaged residents over the past few decades. But thanks in no small part to Gordon Square Arts District and Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization, the neighborhood is one of the fastest-growing neighborhoods in Cleveland. Long-standing anchors like Cleveland Public Theatre and the recently restored Capitol Theatre are now joined by a bevy of new shops, bars, restaurants and entertainment outlets -- all of which are linked by bike lanes. The Cleveland EcoVillage is a national demonstration project for ecologically responsible urban living, with eco-friendly construction and transit-oriented living.


The Cleveland Flea Holiday Kick-Off Market

This weekend in Cleveland: Lit Cleveland Mixer, Holiday Kickoff Market & More

This weekend, check out the Lit Cleveland mixer at Platform Beer Company, shop early at The Flea’s Holiday Kick-Off Market, get some food for thought at Creative Mornings and attend 78th St. Studio’s Third Fridays.

The Flat East Bank Apartments

Urban living at its finest: New apartments create a neighborly feel, embrace the city's assets

The latest apartments and lofts in Tremont, Flats East Bank and Detroit Shoreway each offer the expected high-end amenities and a modern yet industrial feel. But developers like to emphasize how they are helping to create new neighborhoods and celebrating the city and waterfront. 

The Cleveland Tree Plan

Replanting the Forest City

Cleveland's tree canopy has declined significantly since it was dubbed The Forest City in the 1820s. Slowly, but surely, area activists are working to once again bring the city true to its nickname.

Gordon Square's Dia de Muertos celebration

This weekend in Cleveland: Dia de Muertos, WCSB Masquerade Ball and more

Happy Halloween! Here's a rundown of spooky events for all ages this weekend in Cleveland.

The Cuyahoga

Metroparks, partners quietly exalt and nurture the fragile Cuyahoga

The Cuyahoga River's watershed extends south to Stark County. While the infamous fire of 1969 has faded, the river is still troubled, but efforts both natural and beautiful are underway to turn the tide.
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Detroit Shoreway Founders

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City: Detroit Shoreway
Meet Andy Halko, founder of Insivia.
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