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Paul, Home Buyer in Ohio

What is Ohio City like?

Asked by Paul, Ohio Tue Apr 7, 2009

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There are lots of cute shops & great restaurants and bars.
It seems like a place for young professionals who like to unwind by drinking/dancing/partying/recreational drugs/ other forms of nightlife. For people who have roommates and are not quite settled down yet and also artistic types. Not so much for families or kids. You will see panhandlers and trashy alleyways, broken down buildings and boarded up houses. But also some houses that are being rehabbed and are beautiful. Parking can be hard to find. Seems relatively safe during the day, not so much at night.
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Heather is correct. Ohio City is an exciting place to live and loaded with professionals. My own daughter is a BS/RN at the Clinic and lives in Tremont, which is close by, and loves it! We looked at places all over Cleveland and they chose to live there! Good luck.
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Hi Paul,

Ohio City is an incredibly diverse and energetic area of Cleveland located just east of W25th Street, just before you head into downtown.

If you like the diversity of the old combined with new in housing, nightlife, restaurants, arts and antiques, Ohio City may be your calling. See this link for info on the location of all of the above including walking tours and additional helpful tips: http://www.ohiocity.com/

If you have a desire to view any properties for sale in the area, please feel free to contact me at your convenience at 216.544.7171 or at heather@ezsalesteam.com. Our team is the leading sales team in selling downtown and near west side living options.

I hope this information is helpful. Have a great day!
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