The Cleveland Neighborhood Guidebook

2016-02-06T10:24:41-05:00October 18, 2015|

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  1. T. Pohorence October 18, 2015 at 5:06 pm

    I think this is a great idea. There are too many negative people in this City. People need to understand that Cleveland is a great place to live with all the culture, affordable housing and the beautiful Lake Erie.

    • T. Pohorence October 18, 2015 at 6:40 pm

      I wrote this thing to try to send you and the address isn’t working. So, I’m just going to past it here, but you won’t see the pictures.
      The Cudell Madison area is filled with stately mostly owner occupied Craftsman type homes. The rental properties are generally priced well within the reach of average incomes. On the north end it has the RTA Rapid to any place in Cleveland. On the south end it has access to I-90 from which you can reach most of the suburbs in minutes. It also has a recreation center with pool that is free to all residents.

      Located right next to Detroit Shoreway, residents can easily take advantage of the theaters and restaurants located there.

      Only 20 minutes by bike to public square, where are all the sports venues and night clubs are very accessible.

      The same with Lake Erie. It’s just a short bike ride to Edgewater Park, Yacht Club and Marina.

      With it’s population of diverse ethnic backgrounds and affordable rent, it should not be overlooked when considering moving to Cleveland.

      Therese Pohorence
      2065 West 100th St.
      Cleveland, 44102

      • Anne Trubek October 18, 2015 at 7:47 pm

        Thanks! This is great, and we will include it with other submissions.

        The address to send proposals is

  2. Mary February 5, 2016 at 3:57 pm

    Are you still accepting proposals? I would be interested in sending in a proposal about the Jefferson neighborhood if you are still looking for this.

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