The Detroit-Shoreway neighborhood, which includes Gordon Square and Edgewater Park, is located on Cleveland’s northwest side. The neighborhood is bordered by Ohio City to the east, Lake Erie to the north, and the Cudell neighborhood to the west. Gordon Square, the neighborhood’s anchor intersection at West 65th St. and Detroit Ave. was named for William J. Gordon. Gordon was a wealthy landowner who also donated his lakefront estate, Gordon Park, in the Glenville neighborhood.
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Detroit Shoreway Community assessed value
Call number: G4084.C5:2D4G47 1974.K4x
Microfilm resources may include newspaper clippings, city reports, and other historical documents. Depending on the scope of the work, these items may be available in several departments, including History, the Microform Center, or Public Administration Library.
Center for Local and Global History:
Newspaper Clipping File-Neighborhoods-Detroit Shoreway
Newspaper Clipping File-Neighborhoods-Gordon Square
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