Welcome to the Neighborhood
Beyond the doors of The May, opportunity and adventure await around every corner. From the moment you venture outside, you’re close to hundreds of retailers and world-class restaurants that offer everything from craft beer and cocktails to culturally inspired cuisine and local favorites.
Just blocks from The May is Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, one of the nation’s top venues for sports and entertainment. Catch a Cavs basketball game or your favorite band at the newly renovated arena. You can also see professional baseball, football, concerts and family shows nearby at Progressive Field, FirstEnergy Stadium, the House of Blues Cleveland and Cleveland Play House. If you want to take a chance at winning some extra cash, JACK Cleveland Casino offers a one-of-a-kind gaming experience that’s popular for both high rollers and the mildly curious.
Sprawling public parks, proximity to activities on Lake Erie and the Cuyahoga River, and a vibrant arts and museum scene add to the rich cultural experience of living in downtown Cleveland.
Downtown is central to so many things that make Cleveland great, but The May provides access to beautiful surrounding neighborhoods as well. Free trolley lines and a bus and train system also add to the richness of living in the heart of the city.
Located just west of downtown in Ohio City is Cleveland’s famed West Side Market, home to more than 100 vendors and boutique shops. The European-style market offers something for everyone, including hand-cut meats, seafood, fruits and vegetables, Old World baked goods, fresh flowers, ready-to-eat foods, local clothiers, handmade jewelry, home dcor and specialty gift items.
EXPLORE THE ARTS
Cleveland’s rich arts and culture scene is on full display in University Circle. It boasts world-class museums, historic universities and libraries, nationally recognized medical facilities and beautiful parks. Whether you’re visiting the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland or grabbing a window seat at an eclectic eatery, “the Circle” offers a diverse social scene and unique atmosphere for everyone.
One of Cleveland’s oldest neighborhoods, Tremont features dozens of unique restaurants and award-winning chefs, like Michael Symon, Zack Bruell and Dante Boccuzzi. The district has been dubbed Cleveland’s foodie’s paradise and adds to the charm of the tree-lined streets and 18th-century homes. The community is also a hub for artists, as centuries-old art adorns public spaces adjacent to contemporary murals.
Each year, people use Cleveland’s robust public transit systems more than 45 million times. The free downtown trolley lines are a great way for employees, residents and visitors to get to the most popular destinations downtown. The RTA offers a Red Line route to and from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, as well as a HealthLine route with dedicated lanes along Euclid Avenue and off-board fare collection for commuters. The HealthLine, which connects directly to the Cleveland Clinic, is known as the leading Bus Rapid Transit model in the nation, transporting riders to 24 percent of all jobs in Cuyahoga County. The RTA is ideal for reverse commuters, with lines specifically taking residents to areas beyond downtown and the surrounding neighborhoods.
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