This community resembles a quaintly traditional English garden village transplanted to the American Great Lakes region.
One of the first true skyscrapers of Cleveland looms above Public Square.
One of the last great two-level, five-anchor regional Midwestern malls of the 1990s, Westfield SouthPark still thrives amid the dense commercial district of Strongsville, just southwest of Cleveland.
A rock n' roll restaurant in the Rock 'N Roll Capital!
Forget its current name of Progressive Field; to true Cleveland fans it will always be 'The Jake'.
This glorious monument to northeast Ohio's Civil war dead occupies a prominent position on the city's Public Square.
For summertime enjoyment near Lake Erie, try a dusk concert at this outdoor venue just across the Cuyahoga River from the heart of Cleveland.
This ornate lifestyle center anchors a retail hub in Cleveland's eastern suburbs.
For nearly 30 years, this landmark structure has been adding mixed-use vitality to the City's East Ninth Street financial and office corridor.
After the founding of the city, the first structure erected on Public Square was a meeting house/church.