The Cedar Fairmount business district is known as the Gateway to Cleveland Heights.
The Cedar Lee commercial district, which covers a one-mile stretch of Lee Road from Superior to Dellwood, is home to more than 150 businesses operating in the area.
Sometimes called Cleveland's Greenwich Village, Coventry Village, with its eclectic assortment of stores and restaurants, is one of the Cleveland area's most original shopping experiences. It draws residents and tourists alike.
Grant Deming's Forest Hill Neighborhood is situated within walking and biking distance to University Circle.
In 1898, real estate developer Marcus M. Brown named his new allotment Mayfield Heights because it was close to the streetcar line running up Mayfield Road from Euclid Avenue.