From its position on the corner of Scranton and Willey, The Lincoln gives residents access to two of the most dynamic neighborhoods in Cleveland: Tremont and Ohio City.
Tremont and Ohio City share a rich cultural, architectural, and manufacturing history. Today, they are vibrant walkable neighborhoods that celebrate tradition while inviting newcomers to enjoy the best that Cleveland has to offer.
One of Cleveland’s oldest neighborhoods, Tremont is known for its annual arts and culture festivals, eclectic and award-winning restaurants, and locally-owned coffeehouses and boutiques. At the center of the neighborhood sits Lincoln Park, a quiet, yet energetic village green that is the heart of Tremont. The park represents the easy access Tremont offers to the outdoors, which also include the expansive Scranton Towpath that connects Tremont with Ohio City in the west and the Cuyahoga Valley in the south.
Just west of Downtown, Ohio City is known for its own robust restaurant scene and a thriving craft brewery scene. Anchored by the historic West Side Market, the neighborhood has an active, urban feel. Galleries and crafts stores line narrow side streets, and shows at the Cleveland Museum of Art’s Transformer Station and the Music Settlement’s BOP STOP bring art and music lovers to the neighborhood.
Coffee Shops & Cafes | 0.3 Miles Away
A neighborhood institution on Lincoln Park, this casual cafe features coffee drinks, tea, sandwiches, pastries & more in a 19th-century drug store. Al…