The Area

Historically, Cleveland’s Warehouse District consisted of Victorian-inspired industrial buildings that contained a wide range of occupants, including: large hardware distributors, marine suppliers, garment manufacturers, smaller wholesale and retail establishments for dry goods, grocers, tool suppliers, ship’s chandlers, and major office buildings for the iron, coal, railroad and shipping industries. The garment industry slowly expanded and by the 1920s, the Cleveland - mainly due to its Warehouse District - ranked near New York City as one of the country's leading centers for clothing manufacturers.

Today, the neighborhood consists of renovated industrial structures that have be re-purposed for apartments, condos, office space, and retail.  The historic district has become one of Cleveland’s most sought after and growth-oriented new neighborhoods, while maintaining the buildings' rich history and architecture.

Today, the Warehouse District neighborhood offers all the necessary conveniences, including a charming grocery store, coffee shops, hair salons, and some of Cleveland's finest dining and nightlife establishments. Within minutes, you can immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Lake Erie, have a ball at a game at FirstEnergy Stadium, Progressive Field or Quicken Loans Arena, or delight in the arts with a performance at the world-renowned Playhouse Square or a visit to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.

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