Findings from Downtown Cleveland Housing Study Released
Updated: Apr 26, 2020
Downtown Cleveland, after many decades of population loss, is currently undergoing a major renaissance supported by a robust housing market. Working with Downtown Cleveland Alliance (DCA) and a number of key civic stakeholders, Urban Partners assessed current market conditions for Downtown Cleveland and adjacent neighborhoods and estimated the housing need for 2030. Additionally, Urban Partners recommended a set of goals that pertain to housing policy and potential toolkits to promote a healthy and balanced housing market that expands and preserves housing opportunities for all residents.
Report shows demand for 6,800 more homes in downtown Cleveland by 2030 (Cleveland.com article)
Study Projects More Growth for Downtown Cleveland (ideastream article and feature audio)
Link to full report:
The Demand for Downtown Housing Calls for a Mix of Options in Downtown and the Surrounding Neighborhoods
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