City of Cleveland Neighborhood Market Drilldown

A Study Conducted by Social Compact

Conducted by:

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Funded by:

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Community Development Banking Group
KeyBank National Association


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A Program of the Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, Cleveland State University

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Introduction

In April 2003, the City of Cleveland in partnership with a team of local industry leaders - KeyBank, The Cleveland Foundation, Fannie Mae, Forest City Enterprises - contracted Social Compact to conduct the Cleveland Neighborhood Market Drilldown.

The Intent

To provide the city, the local business community, and Cleveland neighborhoods with a unique set of dependable business-oriented data and market insights that cannot be accessed through traditional market sources.

The Objective of the Study

To help fuel the flow of private capital by supporting informed business decision-making for future investment in Cleveland's inner city and undervalued neighborhoods.

Districts

The Neighborhood Market Drilldown study divides the city of Cleveland into six districts, each of which are comprised of five to seven neighborhoods. Detailed data of population, housing, income, crime, and local buying power is available for each neighborhood and district, as well as the entire city of Cleveland. To begin, please click the Districts page to located the part of Cleveland that you would like to explore or the neighborhoods in which you are interested in learning more about. For quick reference, direct links to the individual districts have been provided in the left-hand menu.

 

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