Cleveland Heights Real Estate
Cleveland Heights is approx. 7 miles east of downtown Cleveland via Superior Ave.
Village of Cleveland Heights was incorporated in 1903. By 1910, the village's population was about 5,000 residents. Large-scale residential developments, many of which were adjacent to streetcar lines, sprung up in the 1910s. BY 1920, the population had increased beyond 15,000, and by 1921, the population had swelled enough to earn the once-small hamlet the status of a city. While the earliest residents of the area that would become Cleveland Heights were primarily farmers and quarrymen, later residents who arrived in the early parts of the twentieth century were among Cleveland's social elite, building large homes in the western portions of the city.
- Cain Park is a summer performing art park owned and operated by the City of Cleveland Heights. It includes an outdoor, intimate, covered theater similar to a mid-sized off-Broadway space (Alma Theater); an outdoor covered amphitheater (Evans Amphitheater); an air-conditioned art gallery (Audrey & Harvey Feinberg Art Gallery), and outstanding programming that includes professional theatrical productions, a nationally recognized Arts Festival, cabaret series, professional dance companies, children's programming, and concerts featuring national, regional, and local performers.
- Cleveland Heights has a State-of-the-art Community Center which has a year-round, Olympic-sized ice rink; gymnasium with two full-sized basketball courts; Fitness Center with extensive Nautilus equipment; four-lane indoor track; Senior Activity Center; child care facilities and meeting rooms. There is also an outdoor swimming pool at Cumberland Park
- Public education in the city of Cleveland Heights is provided by two school districts – Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District. The school district consists of seven elementary schools, three middle schools and one high school, which has been transformed into small learning communities. Two school buildings house early childhood and preschool programs. Cleveland Heights High School students can earn college credit while still in high school through the Advanced Placement academic program.
- Population of over 46,000 per 2010 census
For more information on the city of Cleveland Heights, visit http://www.clevelandheights.com/