The Campus District is experiencing a residential boom, with everything from student housing to artist live-work space and professional residences. The current population is just under 6,000, up from 5,000 at the 2010 Census, among the neighborhood’s Lakefront Industrial, Superior Arts, CSU Campus-Euclid Corridor, and Cedar-Central-St. Vincent-Tri-C districts. The number of residential investments in the Campus District has been steadily growing, including the upcoming Central Choice Transformation Neighborhood mixed-income housing development, the new Clayco Student Housing at E. 18th and Euclid, the YMCA Phase I Renovation, and the Woda Group’s new apartments at 1937 Prospect.
The influx of recent investment is supported by the Campus District’s three major anchor institutions—Cleveland State University, Tri-C, and St. Vincent Charity Medical Center—along with significant business investment. Currently, nearly 10,000 employees work at one of the many institutions or businesses located in the neighborhood. These institutions and businesses, are bringing increased vibrancy and livability to the Campus District.
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- 1900 Euclid Lofts
- 2320 Lofts
- The Edge on Euclid
- Innerbelt Lofts
- The Langston
- The Tower Press
- University Commons Apartments
- University Lofts
- Walker & Weeks Apartments
- Sankofa Village
Located across the street from CSU, 1900 Euclid was originally a 1920’s era office structure that was renovated into a residential community featuring 80 stylish apartments. Each apartment capitalizes on the building’s large windows, soaring ceilings, and bold architectural detailing. Rents start at $780, dogs are allowed, and parking is available.
2320 Lofts are contemporary urban downtown living spaces that combine historic charm with modern amenities for a chic, comfortable and expansive living experience that cannot be found anywhere else in the area. Once a historic garment factory built in 1911, today, this modern boutique property offers 39 suites, ranging from one to four bedrooms, with large open living areas, big beautiful windows, and high ceilings. Rents start at $780, the property allows dogs, and has parking available.
COMING SOON: Now leasing for fall 2017, The Edge on Euclid is just steps from Cleveland State University, and features fully furnished studio, one-, two-, and four-bedroom student apartments that are surrounded by an amazing assortment of community features. Apartments feature in-home amenities like granite countertops, private bathrooms, spacious closets, in-home washers and dryers, and are fully furnished – and pet-friendly, too.
NOW OPEN: Innerbelt Lofts is leasing and people have moved in. Innerbelt Lofts is the newest residential community in the Campus District with its front door right on the RTA Healthline. The community will consist for 56 rental units on the second, third, and fourth floors of the building. There are several different style rooms that are offered studio, one and two bedroom apartments. The site will also offer a ground level indoor heated garage, a car wash area, indoor trash receptacle area and bike storage area, as well as a rooftop indoor community/entertaining room and fitness center.
With a great downtown location just steps from Cleveland State University’s campus, The Langston offers 1, 2, 3, & 4 Bedroom Apartments and Lofts with an ultra-modern design and layout, walk-in closets, and a private bathroom for each bedroom. The Langston offers furnished apartments and a high-end variety of amenities and conveniences. Rents start at $649, the building allows dogs, and parking is available.
Tower Press is Cleveland’s first legally zoned, live work loft space for both artists and non-artists. Sixteen of Tower Press’s units have income restrictions and are set aside for artists. The building also contains 8,000 square feet of street level retail space that is home to various galleries and restaurants, all within walking distance of Downtown Cleveland, CSU, and Playhouse Square.
University Commons offers spacious, quiet units, affordable rental rates, and on-sight management that is located minutes from Downtown Cleveland and CSU, and steps from CSU’s Campus International School. The property is also only one block from the Euclid Corridor RTA bus rapid transit route, making it perfect for downtown living. Rents start at $620 and parking is available.
University Lofts is conveniently located directly across the street from Cleveland State University and within minutes of Playhouse Square, the stadiums, and a variety of restaurants and shopping. This historic renovation offers 30 brand new suites featuring one and two bedroom floorplans, with inspired architecture, dramatic interiors, and breathtaking views of the city. Rents start at $780, dogs are allowed, and parking is available.
Walker & Weeks is a 36-unit apartment building located in the heart of the Cleveland State Campus, just one block from Fenn Tower and the Sports Complex. This fully renovated, historic building dates back to 1927 and has been completely updated, blending modern conveniences with the original neo-classic architecture. Walker and Weeks is also Cleveland’s first residential “green” building, utilizing environmentally friendly and energy efficient building products. Rents start at $900 and parking is available.
Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA)’s Cedar Transformation Plan calls to revitalize the former Cedar Estates housing site with new affordable and market rate townhouses and apartments. This mixed income housing is being developed by Ralph A. Falbo Co. and Pennrose Co. on CMHA-owned land, resulting in the new property Sankofa Village. In response to these efforts, the Campus District’s three anchor institutions have committed to encourage their staffs to live locally within the Campus District, with Cleveland State University and Cuyahoga Community College specifically offering housing incentives of the first month free rent at Sankofa Village. Faculty and staff at CSU and Tri-C are eligible to utilize the Live Local housing incentive, in addition to Tri-C students. This Live Local initiative is managed by the Campus District in partnership with CSU, Tri-C, and CMHA.
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- Care Alliance
- Catholic Charities
- FrontLine Service
- Cleveland State University
- Cuyahoga Community College
- Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry
- St. Vincent Charity Medical Center
Care Alliance provides high-quality, comprehensive medical and dental care, patient advocacy and related services to people who need them most, regardless of their ability to pay. As a Federally Qualified Health Center, Care Alliance offers services on a sliding fee scale based on income, including medical, dental, behavior health, and supportive services.
Under the leadership of the Bishop of Cleveland and inspired by the Gospel, Catholic Charities continues the mission of Jesus by responding to those in need through an integrated system of quality services designed to respect the dignity of every person and build a just and compassionate society. Catholic Charities, Diocese of Cleveland, envisions a world touched by God’s love: where we alleviate poverty and need, and all people share justly in the blessings of creation.
The Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) owns and manages property and administers rent subsidy programs to provide eligible low-income persons good, safe, affordable housing. CMHA maintains an accredited police department to ensure safe places to live and work, and a social services department that develops programs to enhance the quality of life of its residents. CMHA is responsible for the management and operation of the local public housing program. They may also operate other types of housing programs such as the Housing Choice Voucher Program.
FrontLine Service reaches out to adults and children in Northeast Ohio to end homelessness, prevent suicide, resolve behavioral health crises, and overcome trauma. FrontLine Service now operates the largest and most comprehensive continuum of care for homeless persons in Ohio. Programs include street outreach, emergency shelter, behavioral health care, transitional housing and permanent supportive housing.
Cleveland State University offers many disciplines and research facilities with 70 academic majors, 27 master’s degree programs, two post-master’s degrees, six doctoral degrees, and two law degrees. Cleveland State University’s Wolstein Center, home of the Cleveland State University Vikings basketball team, is a full service, multi-purpose facility capable of seating up to 15,000 people for special events.
Cuyahoga Community College offers over 1,000 courses in associate degree programs through traditional classroom settings as well as distance learning services, and its flagship offering known as Cable College. Cuyahoga Community College’s Unified technology Center, a state-of-the-art training and conference facility, is one of the largest technology training facilities in the country and serves more than 30,000 employees annually from over 700 companies.
Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry serves with people who are oppressed, forgotten and hurting including individuals who are homeless, unemployed and involved in the criminal justice system and individuals with behavioral health, guardianship and life-skill needs. LMM helps empower people to overcome barriers, obtain job skills, gain employment, locate stable housing, access counseling and support services, stay out of prison, secure second chances and become self-sufficient, productive members of our community.
The mission of MAGNET, the Manufacturing Advocacy & Growth Network, is to support, educate and champion manufacturing in Ohio with the goal of transforming the region’s economy into a powerful, global player. MAGNET provides consulting services aimed at helping companies achieve bottom-line efficiencies through increased productivity and process improvement programs while improving top-line sales through a variety of new product development and growth strategies.
In the spirit of the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine, the St. Vincent Charity Medical Center family is dedicated to the healing ministry of Jesus. As Caregivers we serve with a deep respect for the dignity and value of all persons, we are focused on quality care, dedicated to the poor and committed to continuing education.
- Cleveland State University Rec Center
- CrossFit CLE
- CrossFit Sixth City
- Tri-C Metro Campus Recreation
CSU’s Campus Rec Center is a 110,000 sq. ft., state-of-the-art facility, including the Busbey Natatorium. Open to CSU students, faculty and staff – as well as local community – membership gives you access to a wide variety of group fitness classes, the latest exercise equipment and exclusive benefits, including equipment rental and discounted rates on all of our programs and services. And that’s only scratching the surface! Join today or stop in for a tour – we’d be happy to show you around!!
The strange experience of selling a highly effective fitness program is that it makes members fit so quickly that when guests who are poorly conditioned visit and see all of the fit people, they often assume it is not right for them. They couldn’t be more wrong. Quietly acknowledge your insecurity to yourself and then make a change for the better: join a CrossFit gym, conquer your fear, and become one of the fit people.
Instead of the traditional weight machines, treadmills and racks of dumbbells found at your previous gym, CrossFit Sixth City features barbells, kettlebells, pull-up rigs, climbing ropes, plyo boxes and medicine balls. Unlike completing the same weight routine followed by 45 minutes of cardio on an elliptical, our workouts are designed to be intense and constantly varied. Utilizing a high-energy group atmosphere, CrossFit Sixth City offers a highly experienced training staff and supportive community focused on transforming not only your body, but your life.