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Welcome to North Broadway

New Englanders arrived in 1796 to this area originally known as Newburgh Township, forming one of the earliest settlements in Cuyahoga county. The construction of the Ohio and Erie Canal, the Sault-St. Marie Canal and the Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad in the following 50 years led to industrial growth and increased commercial trade including the establishment of several steel mills. By 1920 North Broadway reached its peak in population (26,337). Today, the neighborhood attracts families who want affordable housing and to be close to a wide variety of recreational activities, shopping and houses of worship.

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