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Welcome to St. Clair-Superior
After its annexation to Cleveland, the St. Clair-Superior neighborhood began to urbanize in the 1870's and 1880's. Industries located in the present Lakeside Industrial District attracted Slovenian and Lithuanian immigrants in addition to smaller numbers of Croatians, Germans and Poles. Today, the neighborhood continues to be racially and ethnically diverse with a large number of residents representing Asian, Latino, Eastern European and African American races and ethnicities. This neighborhood is particularly attractive to young families due to the availability of affordable housing as well as to artists who live and work in neighboring warehouse lofts. Saint Clair-Superior is also known for having one of the largest concentrations of ethnic restaurants in Cleveland.