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The urban migration

Marc Lefkowitz  |  04/30/09 @ 9:58am

Nancy Doyle and Alan Block retired to Cleveland's Ohio City because they like to walk to restaurants, the West Side Market and their dogs to Edgewater Park. Michael DiLiberto moved back to Collinwood from New York City with his wife and son because they like being within walking distance of his parents, the Waterloo Arts District and the parks along the lake. More like them are choosing to move to Cleveland for the affordability, diversity and accessibility.

The newly released Living in Cleveland Center guide provides a snapshot of who's moving to Cleveland's neighborhoods and highlights the many cool infill developments that offer a range of housing options, from 'green' cottages and renovated warehouses in Detroit-Shoreway to new Colonials with big front porches in Glenville's Heritage Lane.

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