Located just west of the Cuyahoga River, Tremont is a residential neighborhood known for being one of the oldest areas in Cleveland with its rehabilitated and new construction homes, great views of downtown Cleveland, and scenic walkability. It can easily be identified by the many church steeples throughout the neighborhood. The historic Lincoln Park, the neighborhood's town square, and Tremont Park are great places to enjoy the outdoors. The recently renovated and expanded Tremont Park also features a dog park and has the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail running right through it.
Tremont is just a short drive from downtown Cleveland, Ohio City, Lakewood, and other neighboring communities. The neighborhood's central location makes it easy to access all points in the region. For those who enjoy Cleveland tourist stops, Tremont is also home to the A Christmas Story House which has been turned into a museum for year-round enjoyment.
In recent years, Tremont has transformed into one of Cleveland's trendiest neighborhoods with the main streets lined with restaurants, cafes, shops, boutiques, bars, and art galleries. With all types of food, there is something for everyone. Some of the more landmark stops include:
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The neighborhood is also a frequent choice for arts and food festivals including the Tremont Arts & Cultural Festival in addition to the Taste of Tremont, the annual Greek Festival, Crafted; a local food, beer and music festival, and a number of other events.
With the continued development and revitalization happening in Tremont, this area is definitely one to keep an eye on.