Fun Facts: Downtown Cleveland by the Numbers

The current rental occupancy rate in Downtown Cleveland is 95%. This number is projected to increase in even higher in 2012 prompting further residential development as Downtown Cleveland continues to prove itself as one of the hottest neighborhoods in the region.

Number of people who call Downtown Cleveland “home.” The 2010 census calculates Downtown Cleveland’s population to be somewhere between 10,000 and 12,000 renters and condo owners helping to make the Downtown neighborhood one of the most walkable and vibrant communities in NE Ohio.

10 Million
Number of riders on Cleveland’s award winning Health Line (Euclid Corridor) since its inception in late 2008. The RTA Health Line provides easy access between Downtown Cleveland and its world class restaurants, sporting events, historic churches and growing theater district with the exceptional arts, cultural and educational experiences of University Circle, passing through a 3 mile developing corridor which includes Cleveland State University and the Cleveland Clinic.

7.5 Million
Number of visitors to the Cleveland’s renowned Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum since it opened its doors on September 2, 1995.

06 07 1993
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s ground breaking ceremonies with Pete Townshend and Chuck Berry.

Downtown Cleveland’s PlayhouseSquare ranks 2nd on the list of largest performing arts centers in the United States. With the new addition of the Cleveland Playhouse and partnerships with Cleveland State University,  Playhouse Square is getting bigger, better and wonderfully diverse in its offerings.

According to Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Cleveland ranked number 1 on the list of top cities in technology with a whopping 107 % growth in high tech jobs from July 2010 – July 2011.

Mars Chocolate North America ranked Cleveland 6th “Manliest City” in America. I’m not sure what that means, who cares or even why someone would have such a rating, but you must admit, its kind of fun to look at isn’t it?


About Hot in Cleveland

Speaker, Civic Leader and Pastor of Cleveland's Historic and Renowned Old Stone Church on Public Square. To view Mark's publications, blog or book a speaking engagement, please visit
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