A vibrant place with heritage, HCNA working for today and tomorrow, while preserving yesterday.

Welcome

Whether you are a visitor, new to the neighborhood, or a long-standing resident you can keep in touch with the neighborhood, make a difference in planning and preservation, join us at upcoming events, and learn about the wonderful history of the downtown we call home.

Cleveland’s First Neighborhood consists of over seven hundred homes and is the area bounded by 25th Street to the north and Central Avenue to the south (in the heart of downtown) and Church Street to the east and Keith Street to the west.

Cleveland’s First Neighborhood

“The town is noted for its elegant residences. Its streets are well shaded, and it’s sidewalks good.”

The East Tennessee, Virginia, and Georgia Railroad Brochure 1879

About HCNA

A diverse mix of people and ages who appreciate Cleveland’s impressive collection of 19th and 20th century homes, desire the conveniences of an urban lifestyle, and know their neighbors.

Community

Discover the unique traditions and happenings of downtown neighborhood as well as attractions and sights to see.  

Resources

Find and access HCNA resources like our neighborhood plan, community links and more. 

History

Learn about the beginnings of the neighborhood and surrounding area. See photos from its storied past. 

Over 700 homes from 25th Street to Central Avenue and Church Street to Keith Street.

MEMBERSHIP

SOCIAL MEDIA

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ADDITIONAL PHOTO CREDITS

Jennie Kirkpatrick

Amy Banks

Candy Scoggins

Margot Still / Historic Library&Archives 

 

Over 700 homes from 25th Street to Central Avenue and Church Street to Keith Street.

HCNA

SOCIAL MEDIA

Coming Soon...

MEMBERSHIP

Addt'l. Photo Credits

Jennie Kirkpatrick

Amy Banks

Candy Scoggins

Margo Still / Historic  Library Branch

 

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