With over 2,000 residents in MidTown today -- and nearly 200 units of new housing under development -- MidTown is transforming into a HomeTown.
MidTown is becoming a connected community in the center of it all, an inclusive place for people to prosper and live. MidTown residents find themselves with access to all Cleveland has to offer including lifestyle amenities and proximity to Downtown and University Circle.
GREATER CIRCLE LIVING
Greater Circle Living offers a $10,000 forgivable loan for down payment and/or closing costs for the purchase of an owner-occupied home by full-time employees and part time employees with 2 years of service at an eligible nonprofit institution in Greater University Circle.
“When we bought our home in 1991, we were so excited about our historic home and wanted East 75th Street to be the gateway to MidTown,” said Ron. Over the years, the Fuquas have put their heart and soul into preserving the homes on the street. “For the first time, MidTown Cleveland, Inc. has engaged us to talk about the future of our neighborhood and the potential that’s here."
Nearby restaurants & dining
TRANSIT SERVICES & GETTING AROUND MIDTOWN
MidTown is centrally located in Cleveland, just a few minutes from Downtown Cleveland. MidTown is:
- Less than eight minutes from the Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals, and Case Western Reserve University
- Twenty minutes from Hopkins International Airport
- Easy to access from east, west, and south, with eight major access points to the interstate highway system (I-71, I-77, I-90 and the East 55th Street link to I-490)
- Eight minutes from the Public Square hub for RTA’s HealthLine bus and train system.
Several major thoroughfares run through MidTown, connecting it to both Downtown and University Circle. Prominently, RTA's HealthLine, a state-of-the art bus-rapid transit (BRT) system, offers rail-like convenience with the flexibility of a bus. It connects Public Square to the Louis Stokes Station at Windermere in East Cleveland.
Free and paid street parking is widely available in MidTown, and bike lanes run prominently along Euclid the entire stretch of the neighborhood, both into Downtown and through University Circle.
COMMITMENT TO SAFETY & SECURITY
Home to the Cleveland Police Department’s Third District, MidTown prides itself on being a safe place to live. MidTown is a city neighborhood, and safety and security is a community obligation – it is important that employees and residents are watchful and use common sense by not leaving valuables in their cars and paying attention to their surroundings. We abide by the tenet “If you see something, say something.”
For emergencies or life threatening situations, dial 9-1-1.
To report non-emergency suspicious or criminal activity, contact the Third District at 216-621-1234.
You can also notify Carm Kelly in our office at 216-391-5080 x100.