Saturday, August 10, 2013

From The Atlantic Cities — How Cleveland Lured Young Professionals Downtown

When the Maron family decided to redevelop an entire city block in downtown Cleveland, the area was so blighted no restaurateur would lease space there. A decade later, the East Fourth neighborhood is home to Food Network personalities, a House of Blues, and free Saturday yoga classes. Café-style seating spills into the pedestrian-only street. Apartments on the block are fully leased, and a 100-unit building under construction across the street has already reached full capacity. Read more: If You Build It, They Will Come: How Cleveland Lured Young Professionals Downtown - Sophie Quinton - The Atlantic Cities

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