treview.gif (64679 bytes)Perched on a ridge above the Flats, Tremont overlooks the industrial Cuyahoga River valley and Downtown. This old steel town neighborhood, known for its historic churches, is undergoing a vibrant revitalization.

It is gaining the reputation as a "hot spot" for hip, urban night life, dining and the visual arts with galleries and restaurants within walking distance. Many businesses and homes, more than a century old, are undergoing restoration. There also is new home construction with scenic valley views.

Settled in 1818 by New Englanders Seth Branch and Martin Kellogg, Tremont today is a multicultural and multiracial community. It is home to Slovenian, Greek, Russian, Hispanic and other ethnicities, and is attracting newly relocated young urban professionals and artists.

The Tremont website is a "work in progress." Updated August, 2011.

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