The people of the Cedar Fairmount neighborhood add to its character. There are many places to reside along Cedar Road and on the adjacent streets. Among them are three large condominium developments, apartment buildings and lovely houses. With its beautiful architecture, green space, and accessibility to shopping, Cedar Fairmount is an ideal neighborhood in which to live.
Cedar Fairmount’s Business District lies 150 feet overlooking Cleveland on what was formerly a lake plain formed by glaciers. swamps and ponds gradually gave way to woodland where Indians and early settlers sought game. The exploration of the Western Reserve brought traders and farmers. By the early 1900’s real estate developers turned Cedar Fairmount into the first planned neighborhood shopping area in the Heights.
Cedar Fairmount is the Gateway to Cleveland Heights. The business district is situated in a three block area at the top of Cedar Hill. it is conveniently located near downtown Cleveland and is only minutes from the Cleveland Clinic, University Hospital, and University Circle.
At Cedar Fairmount you’ll find interesting shops with distinctive, quality merchandise from fine antiques to contemporary gifts, gourmet wines to fresh groceries. An old fashioned book store and Cleveland’s oldest art gallery are among the many shops. Each shop has its own character and offers personal customer service. For discriminating homemakers Cedar Fairmount offers distinctive decorating accessories, trend setting interior design, stylish gifts, fine linens from casual to heirloom and tabletop designs.
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