Tremont Cleveland Ohio Neighborhood Guide

Tremont Neighborhood Guide


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Overview

Overview: What is now known as Tremont was first a part of Brooklyn Township during the early 1800s. From there, the land became a part of Ohio City between 1836-1854. The land traded hands again in the 1850s and became known as University Heights due to the land being briefly part of Cleveland University. During the early 20th century, Tremont saw a new influx of residents coming from other countries. In the 1920s, Tremont became home to more than 35,000 residents, only to decline during the 1960s thanks to the lack of manufacturing jobs in the steel industry.

When the 21st century rolled around, less than 9,000 people lived in Tremont. Since 2000, Tremont has seen a revival thanks to its location near Downtown Cleveland and Tremont’s relatively affordable housing. Tremont attracts young professionals, immigrants, and older adults. Now known as a hotspot for art galleries, restaurants, and retail options, Tremont is a new hotspot in the Cleveland area.

Neighborhood Highlights

  • Family-friendly
  • Rich nightlife scene
  • Diverse population
  • Suburban feel
  • Abundance of restaurants
  • Low rent cost
  • Great for young professionals
  • Economically diverse

Location: Tremont is a southern portion of Cleveland, Ohio located in Cuyahoga County. The neighborhood is roughly 5 miles south of Lake Erie’s southern shore, which makes lakeside attractions only a short distance away. Tremont is outlined to the north and east by the Cuyahoga River, which explains the neighborhood’s curving outline and verdant surroundings. Neighboring areas include Central to the northeast and Newburgh Heights to the southeast. Cuyahoga Heights is also southeast of the neighborhood, and Old Brooklyn is situated southwest of Tremont. Meanwhile, Detroit – Shoreway and Ohio City are found a short ways northwest of Tremont.

Commutes: Because Tremont is a neighborhood of Cleveland, Tremont residents enjoy fast commutes and quick travel times throughout the greater Cleveland area and other districts within Cleveland, Ohio itself. Major roadways are easily accessed throughout Tremont’s corners, seeing as Interstate 90 and Interstate 71 intersect towards the neighborhood’s center. Additionally, Interstate 490 runs throughout the neighborhood, and Interstate 77 can be found a short ways east of Tremont. Other popular roadways can be quickly accessed by way of local Interstates and Tremont’s well-connected roads. Specifically, it takes less than 10 minutes to reach Lake Erie’s shore, and it takes about 15 minutes by car to reach Cleveland Hopkins International Airport

Culture: Out of about 8,500 residents, 52% are male and 48% are female. As for educational background, 21% of residents have some college education or an associate’s degree, while 24% of residents have a bachelor’s degree. Another 19% have either a master’s degree or above. In terms of ethnic diversity, Tremont’s population is widely diverse. 57% of residents are White, while 22% are African American. 16% of the population is Hispanic, and 3% of the population is multiracial while 2% are of Asian descent. 20% of residents are under 18, and 54% of the population ranges between 18-44 years of age. Meanwhile, 26% of residents are 45 years and over.

Schools

Overview: The Cleveland Metropolitan School District services Tremont’s younger residents. This school district is headed by Cleveland’s mayor, who elects members of the school board to act in the best interests of students across the district’s campuses. The Cleveland Metropolitan School District is known for being the second largest school district in the state. Formerly the Cleveland Municipal School District, this school system educates about 40,000 students in pre-kindergarten through 12th grades while maintaining a low student-teacher ratio average of 14 to 1.

This school district encompasses almost 70 elementary campuses and about 40 high schools throughout Cleveland, Ohio and its surrounding neighborhoods. All in all, student populations are among the most economically and ethnically diverse in the state, and Cleveland Metropolitan School District’s athletic programming is also noteworthy. Clark School, Whitney M. Young School, Bard Early College Cleveland, Cleveland Early College High School, and Cleveland School of Science and Medicine are some of the top-performing campuses in this district.

Elementary Schools

Tremont Montessori School

Tremont Montessori School is a public magnet school located in Tremont that serves pre-kindergarten through 8th grade. About 560 students attend this campus, and at least half of the student population is proficient in math while 38% are proficient in reading according to state test scores.

Clark Elementary School

Clark Elementary School is a 5 minute drive west of Tremont. This school has a diverse student population, well-rated teachers, and good academic standing. About 620 students are enrolled throughout pre-kindergarten and 8th grade, and the student-teacher ratio is 14 to 1. 61% of students are at least proficient in reading, and 81% are at least proficient in math.

Scranton Elementary School

Scranton Elementary School is a pre-kindergarten through 8th grade campus in Tremont that has an impressive bilingual program. With a student-centered and highly effective curriculum, this campus emphasizes incorporating modern technology into its classrooms and provides a range of activities and clubs for students through Horizon Education Centers

Middle Schools

Kenneth W. Clement Boys’ Leadership Academy

Kenneth W. Clement Boys’ Leadership Academy is a local all-boys public magnet school that educates about 200 students throughout pre-kindergarten and 8th grade. The student-teacher ratio comes in at about 11 to 1, and an estimated 98% of the student population is classed as eligible for free or reduced lunch.

Orchard S.T.E.M. School

Orchard S.T.E.M. School is a pre-kindergarten-9 campus with an ethnically and economically diverse student population of about 500. This campus has a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 25% of students are proficient in reading, while 33% are proficient in math. 88% of the student population qualifies for free or reduced lunch.

High Schools

Washington Park

Washington Park is a local public 9-12 campus in nearby Newburgh Heights with a diverse population of about 265 students. This campus has a low student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1 and various clubs and activities. About 75% of students graduate from this campus.

MC2 STEM High School

Located in East Cleveland, MC2 STEM High School is a public 9-12 campus with about 430 students. Beyond a great health and safety record, this campus is also known for its diverse student population and college prep emphasis. The graduation rate is about 92%, while average SAT scores near 1000 and average ACT scores come in at 20.

Bard High School Early College

Bard High School Early College is about 7 miles west of Tremont. This 9-12 campus is ranked as #7 out of high schools in the Cleveland area and has about 350 students. This campus is known for its diverse student population, qualified teachers, and solid college prep. The student-teacher ratio is 20 to 1, and the average SAT score is 1100.

Private Schools

The Bridge Avenue School

The Bridge Avenue School is a 5-8 campus located a short distance west of Tremont. This Christian private school emphasizes building science, math, and reading skills and focuses on supporting students individually in order for each to achieve success. This school is proud of its one-on-one tutoring programs and highly qualified teachers.

Northeast Ohio College Preparatory School

Northeast Ohio College Preparatory School is located within Tremont’s northern part of town. this K-12 campus has about 570 students and a low student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. This campus has highly educated, well-rated teachers and a diverse student population. 43% of students qualify for free or reduced lunch, and the graduation rate is 85%.

Housing

Overview: An estimated 72% of Tremont residences are rented, while about 28% of properties are owner-occupied. The median rent in Tremont is $770 per month, which is about $200 under the national average. This median number is due to 18% of rented properties costing less than $500 per month, while 56% of rentals go for $500-$999 per month.

Additionally, 19% of rental properties vary between $1,000-$1,499 per month, and 5% of rented housing options are in the $1,500-$1,999 range. Lastly, 1% of properties cost more than $2,000 per month in rent. As for age, a majority of homes in the Cleveland area were established before 1940. Because Tremont experienced a population increase around the end of World War II, another large number of housing options were constructed around the 1940-1980 time range. Not many properties were built following the turn of the 21st century, seeing as about 5% of residences are newer properties.

Housing options

Single Family Homes

1 bedroom single family homes are generally priced around the $330K price point, while 2 bedroom detached properties are similarly valued around the $340K mark. Meanwhile, 3 bedroom properties are commonly priced around $400K, and larger 4-5 bedroom properties can be expected to stretch towards the $500K range.

New Construction

Newly constructed properties in Tremont, as expected, run on the more expensive side of the area’s price spectrum and generally cater towards more affluent residents. A new residential property in Tremont with 3 bedrooms can be priced around $530K-575K, while smaller newly-built residences can be found for around $300K-$430K.

Condominiums

Condominiums in Tremont can vary between newly constructed properties and buildings with significant histories, which can be reflected in the price range. A small 1 bedroom condo can be priced around the $245K mark. Meanwhile, a 2 bedroom condo can range between $330K-$450K, and 3 bedroom condos can be expected to cost around $500K-$575K.

Apartments

A Tremont studio apartment averages around $750K. 1-2 bedroom apartment layouts typically range around $1,100. 3 bedroom layouts average around $1,300. With these numbers in mind, newly renovated, modern, or up-scale apartments tend to be on the higher end of the spectrum, seeing as such properties with 1-2 bedroom layouts can go for $1,500-$2,000 per month.

Homes for Sale

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List of Tremont Real Estate Listings by Property Types

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Real Estate

Overview: Tremont’s median property value typically is calculated to be in the $170K range, which is under the national average by about $10K. Relative to Ohio, Tremont’s real estate is not among the most expensive in the state. Similarly, the market doesn’t rank as highly expensive on a national level. 15% of Tremont’s real estate market is comprised of properties worth less than $50K. Meanwhile, 26% of real estate in the neighborhood is priced between $50K-$99K, and 18% of the market is made up of properties varying from $100L-$199K.

The majority of real estate at 35% is valued between $200K-$399K, and the last 9% of properties are worth between $400K-$750K. Comparing price points throughout Cleveland, Tremont’s real estate market is mostly on the lower end of the spectrum in terms of price points. Appreciation rates in the area between November 2010 and November 2019 generally stayed in the positive range and averaged around the 0.45% mark annually.

Things to Do

Overview: Tremont has 200 years of history that is reflected in the neighborhood’s historic and notable venues. Plus, Tremont’s recent revival has led to a range of available activities, vibrant destinations, attractive restaurants, and more opening up to the public. Beyond great local parks and outdoor attractions, Tremont has well-known historic locations and unique museums. Lemko Hall, St. Theodosius Russian Orthodox Cathedral, A Christmas Story House, and of course the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame are all local attractions within convenient reach of Tremont residents.

Then there are nationally recognized restaurants like Parallax, Fahrenheit, and DANTE, each of which has famous and acclaimed chefs. But it would be a mistake to forget about other local favorites eateries, of course. The neighborhood has an active, sociable local community. Walk About Tremont is a monthly event that fans of art can enjoy together. Plus, there are a number of social destinations to visit and experience the welcoming, friendly community on a face-to-face basis.

Retail & Entertainment

Visit Lemko Hall

Lemko Hall is a preserved historic hall that once acted as a social gathering destination for residents who immigrated from Lemkovyna, a Slavic region. In today’s times, Lemko Hall is a city landmark that doubles as a retail center. Another claim to fame is that this structure was featured in the film The Deer Hunter (1978).

Explore St. Theodosius Russian Orthodox Cathedral

St. Theodosius Russian Orthodox Cathedral is a towering destination in Tremont that showcases the best of Russian church architecture in the United States. This building, which finished construction in 1911, is included on the National Register of Historic Places. Fans of architecture, Russian history, and those of the Orthodox church are welcome to visit or attend services.

Be adventurous at local restaurants

Tremont is an award-winning culinary city that is home to multiple recognized and renowned chefs and restaurants. Zack Bruell creates delicious masterpieces at Parallax. Meanwhile, Rocco Whalen makes a name for himself at Fahrenheit, and Dante Boccuzzi is a permanent fixture at DANTE. Additionally, there are many other local restaurants that are well worth a visit.

Go on an Art Walk

Tremont’s art scene boomed in the 1990s and isn’t stopping. Walk About Tremont is a monthly art walk that encourages visitors to tour the neighborhood’s art galleries on the second weekend of each month. Of Tremont’s dozens of galleries, Doubting Thomas Gallery, Manly Pad Portrait Studio, and Calicchia Studio are local favorites that can also be visited throughout the month.

Visit A Christmas Story House

The claim to fame of A Christmas Story House is that the house was home to Ralphie Parker and the Parker family in A Christmas Story (1983). The 19th century Victorian building now serves as a museum and has been renovated to match its appearance in A Christmas Story. This museum is open year-round for visitors.

Take the dog out to T.R.E.A.T.S.

T.R.E.A.T.S. Dog Park stands for Tremont Residents Empowering Animals To Socialize. As a part of Clark Field, this local dog park is currently ranked as the Cleveland area’s most expansive off-leash dog park. Dog owners and four-legged residents are welcome to enjoy the park’s outdoor areas and play structures.

Make a day trip to Lake Erie

Tremont is less than 5 miles from Lake Erie’s shore, which means that waterfront activities are only a short drive away. Residents can spend time at nearby lakeside parks like Edgewater Park Beach or Wendy Park. Boating fans, swimmers, families, and anyone who would enjoy a breath of fresh air can easily make a trip to the famous lake.

Experience Tremont’s social scene

Tremont has multiple colorful, social, and local venues that meet a range of needs and preferences. Visible Voice doubles as a wine bar and bookstore with live music and poetry readings. Prosperity Social Club is a niche can’t-miss local gathering spot. Then there’s the Treehouse, where live music takes place around a massive, live tree in the building’s center.

Visit the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Just 10 minutes away from Tremont by way of Interstate 90 or Cleveland Memorial Shoreway is the famous Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. This rock-centric museum has a number of permanent and rotating exhibits on top of regular performances and the Hall of Fame itself. The museum’s mission is to engage visitors and showcase the value of rock and roll.

Check out the Greater Cleveland Aquarium

Tremont is about a 10 minute drive away from the Greater Cleveland Aquarium, which houses a large range of aquatic animals. The aquarium first opened in 2012 and is now operated by Jacobs Entertainment Inc. with a mission to further conservation efforts and promote education and positive action. Of course, the aquatic exhibits make for a memorable and entertaining outing.

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