Ohio City

No Cleveland community, perhaps, is evolving as quickly as Ohio City. In the blink of an eye, residents have watched W. 25th transform from a partially developed neighborhood main street to a bona fide entertainment district filled to the gills with bars, restaurants and shops. Anchored by the 100-year-old West Side Market, this near-west community has always been food-focused, but joining those farm-to-table bistros, urban farm plots and farmers markets are most of the city’s new craft breweries. Epicenter for the so-called hipster movement, Ohio City is walkable, bike-friendly and diverse, making it a natural choice for today’s makers and artisans who are cobbling together a livelihood one flea market at a time. 

Breaking Ground Bridge Blooms mural by artist Garrett Weider

Bridge Brigade transforms neighborhood blemish into work of beauty


Street Level Sparx City Hop
Buzz Evan Williams with his fiance, Jen Sabol

#PeopleofCLE: Project manager for INTRO project


Feature Story Abel Currie, 63, sits in his hotel room in May quarantined safely as he searches for a permanent apartment.

West side hotel gives Cleveland’s homeless a place to rest their heads during coronavirus pandemic


Breaking Ground Ohio City Pizzeria
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