Historically, the area was a commercial area with streets lined with warehouses used to store the goods arriving at the nearby port of Cleveland.
The 43-acre Warehouse District includes 73 restored Victorian buildings. Cleveland's oldest neighborhood began to be revitalized in the 1980s and now offers loft apartments and condos, in a variety of price ranges. Among the most interesting are the Hat Factory, the Grand Arcade, and the National Terminal.
The Warehouse District is known for its collection of ethnic and elegant eateries. Among the best are:
The Warehouse District is home to a eclectic variety of boutiques, galleries, and markets. The neighborhood is also just a short walk to the Avenue at Tower City and the shops, restaurants, and cinema there.
West Sixth St. and West Ninth St. are lined with trendy nightclubs, dance clubs, and martini bars. Among the most popular are: