Buckeye

#StreetsofCLE: Snapshot on Larchmere Boulevard
FreshWater managing photographer Bob Perkoski provides a peek into the everyday lives of Clevelanders going about their business in the neighborhoods and on the streets of Cleveland.
Innovation Square set to bring jobs, housing, and a bright future to Fairfax
The Innovation Square project is set to bring a mixed-use, mixed-income district along the Opportunity Corridor on Cleveland’s southeast side. Along with the new Meijer grocery story, neighborhood residents, business owners, and officials see potential for Fairfax to become an emerging, thriving neighborhood.
First phase of six-year Woodhill Homes project starts with 120-unit apartments
CMHA, Cleveland, The Community Builders, and Marous Brothers Construction have officially started construction on Woodhill Station West—the first phase of the new Woodhill Homes, a six-phase, six-year $250 million development project that is part of the Buckeye-Woodhill Transformation Plan.
A rising tide: SCORE works with Community Development Corporations to uplift local businesses
While small businesses in Cleveland are still recovering from COVID-19, nonprofit SCORE Cleveland is teaming up with area Community Development Corporations to offer the resources and tools that can help these businesses recover.
Inspiring the uninspired: Destination Dream Foundation aims to motivate youth through the arts
Artist and entrepreneur Jada Renee has fond memories of her grandparents’ home on Forest Avenue in the Buckeye neighborhood. Today she has embarked on an ioby crowdfunding campaign to transform the property into INDI Art House — a place dedicated to youth workforce development programming, mental health, and the arts. 
Answering the call for help: EDWINS founder travels to Poland to cook for Ukrainian refugees
EDWINS founder Brandon Chrostowski recently returned from Poland, near the Ukrainian border, working with World Central Kitchen to feed hundreds of refugees. He shared his emotional experience with FreshWater's Evan Gallagher.
The City is Our Museum: Explore CLE with LAND studio’s public art tours app
LAND studio is launching a new app for self-guided tours of Cleveland neighborhoods. The City is our Museum was created to shine a light on the range of artworks and public spaces that exist throughout the city. Tours can be experienced on a bike, on foot, or even through a car window.
A home of their own: City Mission, Habitat partner to renovate Buckeye-Shaker home
The City Mission and Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity have partnered to renovate houses for women and their children recovering from crises at Laura's Home. Their first project just got underway, with future homes to come. 
New prospects: Opportunity Corridor opens, officials mark start of final steps
The long-awaited Opportunity Corridor, connecting East 55th Street at I-490 to East 105th Street in University Circle, officially opened last Friday evening. 
#StreetsofCLE: Snapshot on Woodland Avenue
FreshWater managing photographer Bob Perkoski provides a peek into the everyday lives of Clevelanders going about their business in the neighborhoods and on the streets of Cleveland.
Healing the wounds: Garden of Eleven Angels brings hope to a deeply scarred neighborhood
It has been 12 years since the discovery of the remains of 11 women who were murdered by Anthony Sowell. Last weekend, hundreds of people came together to celebrate a peaceful, beautiful space that honors the 11 angels and signifies a hopeful future for the Mount Pleasant neighborhood.
Groups break ground on Ubuntu Gathering Place in Buckeye-Woodland Hills neighborhood
The Western Reserve Land Conservancy and other organizations celebrated the groundbreaking of Ubuntu Gathering Place—the beginning of a community park on an abandoned lot in Buckeye. 
Brick by brick: Residents continue their quest to save deteriorating buildings on South Moreland
A group of residents in the Shaker Square and Buckeye neighborhoods are circulating a petition to save a deteriorating South Moreland property at 2962 Moreland Blvd.
Huge mural in Buckeye celebrates, tells the story of African American history
Cleveland leaders and residents on Saturday gathered in Amos Norwood Mini-Park for the unveiling of artist Anna Arnold's six-foot-by-44-foot mural telling the history of African Americans.
EDWINS campus is expanding with additional housing in Buckeye
After continuously growing its footprint in the Buckeye neighborhood over the past eight years, EDWINS is expanding its campus again with a new 8,270-suare-foot living unit.
Original grassroots: How Buckeye Woodland activists agitated for affordable utilities in the 1970s
More than 40 years ago, the Buckeye Woodland Community Congress shut down the East Ohio Gas building, crashed an energy company board meeting, and disrupted a fancy lunch to get the executives of major utility companies to reduce heating costs for seniors and more. What can we learn from this history of activism?
Powerful connections: $75K grant launches the start of Ubuntu Gathering Space in Buckeye-Woodhill
A group of partners later this year will break ground on The Ubuntu Gathering Place, a park next door to the East End Neighborhood House to bring greenspace and a sense of place to the Buckeye-Woodland community.
Lift Every Voice: St. Luke’s Foundation launches platform to measure impact, give residents power
The St. Luke's Foundation is giving residents in the Woodhill, Buckeye-Shaker, and Mount Pleasant neighborhoods a voice in grantmaking and neighborhood services with its Lift Every Voice platform.
Still We Rise: Exhibit will showcase resilience, strength in 'forgotten' Black neighborhoods
The Sculpture Center's upcoming augmented reality exhibit, "Crossroads: Still We Rise" will demonstrate how six Cleveland communities that were lost in the racial divide can be rediscovered and resurrected through the works of 12 Black artists.
Urban décor: Cleveland’s many sculptures reflect city’s history, humor, unity, and divisions
Cleveland's growing database of more than 500 sculptures represents periods of time gone by, our sense of humor, and sometimes even artists' strong statements.