Metro West Neighborhoods

Stockyards: 


Named after the Cleveland Union livestock yards located there in the early 20th century, the Stockyard neighborhood boasts one of the most active West Side communities.  There are several local groups such as the Stockyard Steppers, a local walking club and community events, such as the Stockyard Bike-A-Thon.  Convenient access to the interstate system and an array of affordable rehabbed homes, new developments, and early 20th century homes make the Stockyard neighborhood a great place to live.    

Clark-Fulton: 

This culturally diverse neighborhood is conveniently situated just southwest of downtown and its variety of large and affordable housing boasts excellent access to all of Cleveland’s West Side attractions.  The family-friendly Metroparks Zoo, West Side Market, and main Metro Health campus are just a short drive, ride, or walkaway.  The area’s Hispanic,Mediterranean, and Italian heritages contribute to the vibrant mix of ethnic restaurants, historic churches, and community events.

Brooklyn Centre: 

This historic neighborhood was founded in 1812 andis the oldest Cleveland neighborhood on the West Side.  Brooklyn Centre also features notableinstitutions such as MetroHealth Hospital and the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo,which anchor the northern and southern boarders of the community, whileSteelyard Commons shopping center is adjacent to the east.  Several art institutions such as Art Houseand Arkinetics also call Brooklyn Centre home.

A neighborhood with a view, a community with a vision.

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