Neighborhood Businesses

Shaker Square

Shopping is within walking distance from the apartments that ring Shaker Square. Shaker Square opened in 1929 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Shaker Square is the second oldest shopping district in the United States. The renovated Shaker Square boasts a multiplex cinema, full-service grocery and drug stores, a variety of restaurants and service and specialty shops.

Larchmere Boulevard

Just one block north of Shaker Square is Larchmere Boulevard, known as Cleveland’s ‘Art & Antiques District.’ It is home to a remarkable assortment of art and antique shops. These are complemented by an outstanding variety of restaurants, crafts, books, clothing, and service businesses which attract both local and regional shoppers.

Buckeye Road

Located south of Shaker Square, Buckeye Road is home to a variety of businesses. Buckeye Plaza serves as the anchor, while Saint Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church and EDWINS Bakery bookend the stretch of businesses along Buckeye Road. These businesses have evolved over time in what was once dubbed “Little Hungary” as the neighborhood had the largest about of Hungarian nationals outside the country itself.