Fairfax

The Fairfax neighborhood on the east side of Cleveland is home to a variety of famed Northeast Ohio institutions, not the least of which is Kamaru House, established in 1917 as the first interracial theater and/or arts center. Its “new” neighbor, the Cleveland Clinic, set up shop in 1920. Fairfax Renaissance Development Corp. aids the community through a variety of programs and initiatives. Recently, the organization has helped foster intergenerational housing for grandparents raising their grandchildren.

Buzz Central Avenue & East 74th Street

#StreetsofCLE: Snapshot in Fairfax


Feature Story October, the artist Kevin “Mr. Soul” Harp and his colleague Sano painted a mural of UMDC founder Inez Killingsworth welcoming people to the neighborhood at 13014 Miles Ave.
Feature Story DigitalC is working to create a more equitable digital future for Cleveland.
Feature Story Florence Fairfax Bundy believed that in order for children to succeed, they need access to recreational activities that support their development.
Breaking Ground East 75th Street and Grand Avenue site of the proposed Cleveland Police Headquarters facility.
Video Fairfax memories
Feature Story Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation
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