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March
28

14 Easter Events in the Akron & Canton Area

The warmer weather, colorful spring decorations and endless marshmallow Peeps adorning store shelves can only mean one thing — it's almost Easter! We love this holiday not only because of the amount of chocolate that we get to eat but also because of the extra time we get to spend with friends and family. Luckily, the Akron and Canton area is full of celebrations where we can enjoy time with loved ones, including Easter egg hunts, eggstravagant brunches and photo opportunities with the bunny himself! Here are 14 events we're most looking forward to this year. Enjoy!

Easter Bunny Arrival Eggstravaganza

Where: Belden Village Mall, Canton When: March 30, 9-11 a.m. Welcome the Easter Bunny to Canton at an "Eggstravaganza" at the Belden Village Mall! Celebrate his arrival by hunting for eggs, eating a delicious Easter-themed breakfast, getting your face painted, playing with live bunnies and decorating cupcakes. This event will take place in the food court and children are encouraged to bring a basket for the egg hunt.

Photos with the Easter Bunny at the Belden Village Mall

Where: Belden Village Mall, Canton When: March 30-April 20, Times Vary Visit the Easter Bunny at his home in the Belden Village Mall and get your picture taken with him! He'll be stationed in front of a charming photo backdrop full of luscious greenery and fresh flowers from the end of March to the day before Easter. Click here for more information on the Easter photo packages.

Breakfast with the Bunny

Where: The Akron Zoo When: April 6-7, 13-14 & 20, 8:30-10 a.m. Akron/Canton Easter Events

Photo courtesy of the Akron Zoo

Join the Akron Zoo for a breakfast buffet, crafts, activities, a visit with the Easter Bunny, and an egg hunt full of fun prizes. This event will be held over three weekends in April and you can get your tickets here. Don't forget to bring your own camera and basket!

Brunch with the Bunny

Where: Roses Run Country Club, Stow When: April 6, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Don't miss this incredible opportunity to have brunch with the Easter Bunny! Visit the Roses Run Country Club and enjoy a brunch buffet, plenty of bunny photo opportunities and an egg hunt on the green. All of the proceeds from this event will provide funding for Riverview PTA to help sponsor educational and social programs for the students. You can get your tickets here.

Egg Hunt at the Hollow

Where: Quail Hollow Park, Hartville When: April 13, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Cincinnati Easter Events Celebrate spring and Easter with a festive egg hunt at Quail Hollow Park. Explore the Nature Center, meet live animals and make a craft after hunting for eggs around the beautiful grounds! This event is free and open to all ages. You can register here.

Decorate Easter Eggs!

Where: Little Van Gogh Art Studio When: April 13, 1-2 p.m. Head over to the Little Van Gogh Art Studio and paint plastic eggs! You and your child will be able to let your imagination run wild as you decorate your egg using anything from glitter to feathers. This fun experience costs $12 and children of all ages are welcome to attend.

Adult Easter Egg Hunt

Where: The Winery at Wolf Creek, Barberton When: April 14, 10:30 a.m.- 12 p.m. Akron/Canton Easter Events Who says Easter egg hunts are just for kids? At this adult-only event, you'll be able to search for eggs filled with candy, toys and prizes all around the winery grounds. This hunt is a BYOB (bring your own basket) festivity and the pre-registration of $20 includes a glass of wine and a donut to fuel your search!

Adult Egg Scramble

Where: Fred Fuller Park, Kent When: April 19, 9 p.m. Grab your flashlight and a bag and visit Fred Fuller Park in Kent for a fun-filled adult-only event. Search for eggs, prizes and candy in the dark, and get the chance to find winning eggs with over $5,000 in prizes, including big screen TVs, bikes, kayaks, a drone, cash and more! Click here to get your ticket.  

Lock 3 Easter Egg Hunt

Where: Lock 3, Akron When: April 20, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Head over to Lock 3 and have breakfast with the Easter Bunny before spending the morning hunting for eggs. This delicious breakfast will include pancakes, sausage, orange juice and coffee. After you eat, collect Easter eggs and get a photo with the bunny himself!

Easter Egg Hunt at Stan Hywet

Where: Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens, Akron When: April 20, 11 a.m.-12 p.m. Akron/Canton Easter Events

Photo courtesy of Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens

Bring the entire family out to Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens for one of Akron's most popular Easter traditions! Children nine and under can participate in the famed egg hunt while the whole family is invited to spend the day visiting with the Easter Bunny and enjoying a beautiful spring day on the estate. Make sure to purchase your ticket before you go, as this event sells out quickly.

Youth Egg Hunt

Where: Fred Fuller Park, Kent When: April 20, 12:45 p.m. At this free family-friendly event, children nine and under will be able to hunt for over 5,000 eggs and visit with the Easter Bunny. Some eggs will contain numbers and can be redeemed for prizes, but don't forget your basket!

Green Parks & Recreation Easter Egg Hunt

Where: City of Green Central Administration Building, Uniontown When: April 20, 1p.m. Residents in and around Green are welcome to visit the City of Green Central Administration building for an egg hunt the day before Easter! Ages infant through 10-years old are welcome to participate and families are encouraged to spend the spring afternoon enjoying the beautiful grounds. Make sure to bring your basket and register online before you go!

Easter Talent Show

Where: Buchtel Commons, Akron When: April 20, 5-8 p.m. Akron/Canton Easter Events Join the Fallen Fathers Foundation at their Inaugural Save Our Community Easter Talent Show. Watch incredible performing and visual arts from Akron area youth, grades kindergarten through 12th grade. This brand new event will be hosted by Crisis, featuring music from iLL WiLL and a surprise celebrity guest!

Easter Brunch

Where: Courtyard by Marriott Akron Downtown When: April 21, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Kick off your Easter celebration by enjoying a delicious brunch at the Courtyard by Marriott in downtown Akron! This brunch will include scrambled eggs, french toast, bacon, sausage, breakfast potatoes, pastries, an omelet station and much more. You can make your reservation by calling (234) 231-7717.  

Happy Easter!

From all of us at Cutler Real Estate, we hope you have a fun holiday!
March
26

10 of the Most Famous Buildings in Cleveland

Cleveland, Ohio is known for a lot of things; we're the Rock and Roll Capital of the World, we've got a diverse and delicious food scene, and you won't find more dedicated sports fans. However, what you may not know is that it's our gorgeous buildings that cause thousands of visitors to flock to Cleveland each year. Our distinctive architecture was even featured on Fodor's list of reasons to visit Cleveland, and for a good reason. Our city is full of history, gargoyles, Corinthian columns and, of course, beautiful homes. We rounded up the buildings you must see at least once while you're in the area. From the famous Cleveland Arcade to the more obscure Tinkham Veale University Center, you'll find these architectural wonders and more on our list. So, grab your phone and get ready to fill your Instagram feed with some Cleveland history.  

The Allen Theatre

1407 Euclid Avenue Located in the famed Playhouse Square of Cleveland, the Allen Theatre was originally built in 1921 as a 3,080-seat movie palace theater. It was designed by Detroit Architect, C. Howard Cane who was a master movie-palace architect in his time. A 2012 renovation transformed this historic building into an intimate, 514-seat repertory theater with superb acoustics, lighting and comfortable seating.  

The Arcade

401 Euclid Avenue Arcade Cleveland The Arcade Cleveland opened in May of 1890 as the first indoor shopping center in America. It was designed by John M. Eisenmann and George H. Smith and financed by some of most esteemed businessmen of the late 19th century including John D. Rockefeller and Charles Brush. It is now one of Cleveland's most popular landmarks and premier destinations for shopping and dining. You can even stay in the luxurious Hyatt Regency Hotel that occupies the top three levels of the Arcade!

Grays Armory Museum

1234 Bolivar Road The Cleveland Grays is a social organization devoted to the promotion of patriotism and the preservation of the military heritage of Greater Cleveland. While they've had several homes from the time of their founding in 1837, today they're located in one of the oldest standing buildings in downtown Cleveland. The breathtaking, red-bricked Romanesque Revival style armory is definitely worth the visit, and the museum inside is just as gorgeous and historic as the exterior.

The Cleveland Trust Company Building

900 Euclid Avenue Cleveland Architecture

Photo courtesy of Heinen's Grocery Store

This artistic building that is settled on the southeast corner of Cleveland's most prominent downtown intersection began with a competition. In 1903, the Cleveland Trust Company merged with the Western Reserve Trust Company and the combined company launched a competition to see who would design a new headquarters. The winner was George Browne Post, a renowned architect who had previously designed the home of the New York Stock Exchange. Today, this glorious building is home to a Heinen's Grocery Store where you can have a one-of-a-kind shopping experience.

Key Tower

127 Public Square The Key Tower is the tallest skyscraper in Ohio and one of the most recognizable symbols of Cleveland. It was originally built as the Society Center and was the headquarters for the Society Corporation. The building reaches 57 stories or 947 feet to the top of its spire. If you can convince security to let you visit the top floors, you're in for a breathtaking view of Northeast Ohio.

The Cleveland Public Library

325 Superior Avenue New to Cleveland

Photo courtesy of the Cleveland Public Library

The Cleveland Public Library is definitely a stunning building, but it also houses one of the largest collections in the United States — nearly ten million items. Designed by the prominent architectural firm of Walker & Weeks in 1925 with the addition of the Stokes Wing in 1997, the library's two buildings on Superior Avenue command an entire city block.

Old Stone Church

91 Public Square First Presbyterian Church, or the Old Stone Church, is located on the northwest quadrant of Cleveland's Public Square. Built in 1853, it is one of Cleveland's most famous religious buildings and has become a symbol of the city's birth and development.

Terminal Tower

848 Public Square Cleveland Architecture Terminal Tower is a 52-story skyscraper located on Public Square downtown. It was built during the skyscraper boom of the 1930s and was the second-tallest building in the world when it was completed. While it was booted out of that spot in 1964, it remains the second-tallest building in Ohio. While you can't go to the top of the Key Tower, you can head up to the observation deck of the Terminal Tower. On a clear day, you can see up to 30 beautiful miles of Northeast Ohio.

Trinity Episcopal Cathedral

2230 Euclid Avenue The Trinity Episcopal Cathedral stands across the street from Cleveland State University and was designed by architect Charles F. Schweinfurth. The gothic cathedral was completed in 1907 and added the Trinity Commons program and office space in 2002. You can make a reservation to tour this awe-inspiring structure here.

West Side Market

1979 West 25th Street West Side Market is Cleveland's oldest publicly owned market, originally opened in 1912 after outgrowing several other marketplace spaces. The gorgeous structure we know and love today was designed by the architectural firm, Hubbell and Benes and cost about $680,000 to complete. Today the market is home to over 100 vendors of all different cultures that sell the finest meats and vegetables, fresh seafood, baked goods, dairy and cheeses and even fresh flowers.

Tinkham Veale University Center

11038 Bellflower Road Tinkham Veale University Center is a stunning, modern building at Case Western Reserve University. Designed by renowned architects Perkins+Will in 2014, this university center serves as a meeting place for students, housing plenty of dining facilities, meeting rooms and offices for student organizations. It looks like something out of a futuristic movie and is definitely worth the drive by, or maybe a fly by, so you can catch a view of the incredible grass-lined roof.  

What is your favorite Cleveland wonder?

Did we miss your favorite Cleveland building? Let us know in the comments!
March
21

25 Must-Visit Places in and Around Findlay Market

Findlay Market is Ohio's oldest continuously operated public market and one of Cincinnati's most loved institutions. Located just a few blocks from downtown in Over-the-Rhine, at Findlay Market you can peruse local produce, meats and handmade items from more than 40 indoor merchants all year long. With so many vendors and merchants, it's easy to spend an entire day in the market exploring. That's why we created a list of the must-visit spots in the area, so you can start planning out your itinerary. Here you'll find the best places to go for fresh bread, handmade soaps, gourmet gelato and more!  
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Artisan Gifts | Baked Goods | Beer & Wine | Cheese & Dairy | Flowers | Fresh Seafood | Meat & Poultry | Produce | Specialty Groceries | Restaurants

 

Go Shopping

You can't stop by Findlay Market without coming out with bags and bags of fresh produce, baked goods and meat! No matter what you're looking for, there's a vendor selling it at this massive farmers market — but remember, certain vendors keep different hours so, if you're after something specific, make sure to check that they are open before heading over.

Artisan Gifts

Artichoke

Findlay Market

Photo courtesy of Jeremy Kramer via Artichoke

Brad and Karen Monzel Hughs took the idea of "retirement" as an opportunity for a new adventure. They took their love of cooking and design and created Artichoke, a curated cookware collection. Their Findlay Market shop specializes in high-quality cookware that includes anything from unique gadgets and cutlery to pots and pans.

Nature's Gifts

Nature's Gifts is a must-visit destination for handcrafted herbal soaps and body care products inspired by nature and created using all-natural and eco-friendly resources. Owners Jand and mark Staubitz have been merchants at Findlay Market for over 14 years, selling potted herbs in the spring and original, handcrafted flower boxes and cut flowers during the growing season.

Pet Wants

Pet Wants is a pet food and supply store dedicated to the urban pet owner. They offer high quality, balanced pet food that is made right here in Ohio and never housed in a warehouse. You don't even have to get out of your car because they offer curbside pickup! So, pack up your pup and pay a Pet Wants visit (there might even be a free treat waiting for them).  

Baked Goods

Blue Oven Bakery

Findlay Market

Photo courtesy of Blue Oven Bakery

Blue Oven is a bakery located on a small family farm on the banks of the East Fork of the Little Miami River. Using their homegrown ingredients, they craft breads and other specialty goods, baked in a wood-fired blue stone oven.  

Beer & Wine

Market Wines

Market Wines owner Michael Maxwell has been hooked on wine since he was in college, working part-time at a liquor store. Fourteen years later, his shop is one of the most popular stops in Findlay Market with over 500 wines and an assortment of beer from all over the world. Stop by on a Saturday or Sunday from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. for their weekly wine tasting!    

Cheese & Dairy

J.E. Gibbs Cheese

J.E. Gibbs Cheese and Sausage opened at Findlay Market in 1922 as a butter and egg stand. Today, while they still sell butter and eggs, they are also known for their lunchmeat, cheese, sausage, natural peanut butter, Amish jams, handmade noodles and dozens of flavors of fudge. This fifth generation business is a must-try in the market that will have you coming back again and again.

The Rhined

Findlay Market This cheese shop focuses on the best domestic artisan cheese they can get their hands on. Here, you can expect to find retail cheese along with all of the accompaniments to create the perfect cheese board. The Rhined even offers a regularly rotating selection of cheese flights that you can enjoy in the shop!

Silverglade's

Silverglade's has been a Findlay Market staple since 1922, providing fresh bread, olives, pickles and an amazing selection of cheese to Cincinnati locals. And, don't miss their massive selection of incredible deli meats, coffee beans, handmade pasta, condiments and candies. The Cincinnati Enquirer has named the Silverglade family one of the most significant contributors to the Cincinnati food scene and you can experience their legacy at their Findlay Market location or at one of their shops throughout the city.  

Flowers

The Budding Florist

If you're looking for a stunning floral arrangement to give to a loved one, as the perfect wedding bouquet or just want something to spruce up your dining room — you've come to the right place. The Budding Florist designs gorgeous floral arrangements fit for any occasion. Follow them on Instagram for your daily dose of flowers!

Todd's Run Nursery

Findlay Market Todd's Run Nursery is the perfect place to begin your gardening journey. They offer bedding, herbs, an abundance of blooming plants and anything else you may need when starting your home garden.  

Fresh Seafood

Luken's Poultry, Fish & Seafood

While you're at the market, be sure to pick up some fresh fish or shrimp at Luken's Poultry, Fish & Seafood! Owner Mike Luken has been at Findlay Market since he was in high school, working part-time at Trefzger's Fih and Poultry stand. He went on to purchase that business and turn it into the incredible seafood destination it is today.

Heist Fish & Poultry

Tim and Barb Heist or the proud owners of Heist Fish & Poultry, a business that dates back to 1880. Their shipments of fresh seafood arrive daily and they offer a wide variety of specialty products like alligator, frog legs, crawfish, squid, pheasant and quail along with normal seafood and poultry staples. Even if you aren't in the market for fresh seafood, you should still stop by the store to experience the history of this nearly 140-year-old business.  

Meat & Poultry

Eckerlin Meats

Findlay Market When Findlay Market opened for business in 1855, Eckerlin Meats was there. Today, owner Bob Lillis is the fourth generation to run the business and is continuing the legacy his great-grandfather created over a century ago. They offer high-quality meats that are shipped all over the United States, but it's their goetta that is the real star of the show, with 300-500 pounds of the mixture of pork, beef, oatmeal, onions and spices sold every week.

Grassroots Farm & Foods

Grassroots Farm & Foods raises cattle, sheep, hogs and chickens on 400 acres of certified organic pasture in Hillsboro, Ohio. Their animals are never confined, living outdoors their entire lives. They offer 100% grass-fed beef and lamb; pastured pork, chicken and eggs; along with prepared foods made in small batches like Bolognese sauce, pork ragout, beef barbacoa and more!  

Mackie Quality Meats

Mackie's owner, Phil Leurck doesn't know why the business came so naturally to him, having started working at the stand part-time in 1996 and quickly moving up the ranks. He purchased the stand in 1999, and today, he continues to provide high-quality meats at great prices to Findlay Market shoppers. When you visit, definitely try to pick up some of their filet mignon, which is always tasty and available at an unbelievable price.  

Produce

Farmers' Market

Findlay Market

Photo courtesy of Erin Glass, Corporation for Findlay Market via Findlay Market

Throughout the year, the outdoor farmers' market at Findlay Market is a great place to spend your weekend! The vendors are always changing and providing locally produced goods, crafts and foods. Click here for a list of the current vendors.

Madison's at Findlay Market

It all started when Carolyn and Bryan Madison set up a folding table of local produce from their Adams County farm in 1996. Today, they're located indoors at the Findlay Market and continue to provide regulars with the best in organic and local produce.

Carriage House Farm

Carriage House Farm is a registered Ohio Century Farm located in historic North Bend, Ohio. At their stand, you'll find the freshest produce, herbs, grains and honey. If you're interested in tasting their products prepared by a gourmet chef, they'll be hosting nearly two dozen dinners over the course of three seasons this year — get your tickets here!  

Specialty Groceries

Saigon Market

This Asian grocery store is the oldest of its kind in the Cincinnati area, providing everything you need to create authentic Asian dishes from the comfort of home. The shelves are stacked floor to ceiling with a thousand different products from Vietnam, Thailand, China, Japan and the Philippines along with other parts of the world like West Africa and Mexico. This famous grocery destination should definitely be on your Findlay Market itinerary.

Colonel De Gourmet Herbs & Spices

There's probably no one in Cincinnati that knows more about spices than the Colonel. Whether you're looking for a unique spice, a hard-to-find sugar, or a pre-made rub — chances are it is in one of their many jars.  

Grab Something to Eat

After a full day of shopping at Findlay Market, you'll have to stop and refuel at one of the incredible restaurants in the area. Whether you're in the mood for a light snack or a massive spread, there are several delicious spots where you can fill up.

Social OTR

Findlay Market

Photo courtesy of Erin Glass, Corporation for Findlay Market via Social OTR

Social OTR is more than just a restaurant. Not only do they offer delicious dishes like Reserve Run Steak, Rabbit Agnolotti and Duck Confit, their kitchen is also fully staffed by students in the CityLink Center's Findlay Culinary Training Program! Feel good knowing that while you're enjoying an incredible meal, you're supporting the industry's future culinary pioneers.

Taste of Belgium

In 2000, Jean-Francios Flechet moved from Belgium to Cincinnati to work on his Ph.D. and began frequenting Findlay Market. After spending years perfecting a recipe that replicated the taste of the waffles he ate as a child in Belgium, he decided to test his waffles at Madison's at the market, which were an instant sensation. Today, you can try one of his famed waffles at his market stand along with tasty beer pizza, crepes, and quiches.

French Crust Café and Bistro

This French café is a little bit of Paris located in the heart of Over-the-Rhine. They serve bistro-inspired dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner that change with the seasons, using only the freshest local ingredients. Don't miss the divine French-style pastries and culinary confections available for dessert!

Dojo Gelato

Findlay Market

Photo courtesy of Dojo Gelato

Dojo Gelato is committed to creating the best gelato and coffee around. They don't cut corners, creating their gelato from scratch daily and they don't use artificial flavorings, colorings or powdered milk mixes. If you're looking for enough gelato for a crowd, you can order custom five-liter pans of gelatos, even though they take a week to create — we promise they're worth it!

Pho Lang Thang

This upbeat Vietnamese joint is the perfect spot to chow down after a long day of shopping. Enjoy their delicious bowls of pho and banh mi sandwiches while relaxing in their urban dining room. Don't forget their popular Lang Thang coffee, roasted and brewed to create Vietnamese iced coffee (which is worth an entire visit all on its own!).  

What will you do?

What is on the top of your Findlay Market itinerary? Let us know in the comments and tag us on Instagram using #CutlerExplores!
March
14

An Inside Look Into Eat, Purr, Love: Central Ohio's First Cat Cafe

Cat cafés are sweeping the nation, giving cat and coffee lovers a chance to combine their passions in one convenient location. It's no surprise to us that Columbus is now home to our very own eclectic cat hang-out. Eat, Purr, Love, Central Ohio's first ever cat café, opened on Indianola Avenue in 2016 to a warm reception. In less than two years, the café adopted out over 300 adult and senior cats to Columbus locals. Eat, Purr, Love Cat Cafe Columbus

Photo courtesy of Eat, Purr, Love Cat Café

In July 2018, after Eat, Purr, Love founder Chrissy Kuras moved out of state, Columbus Humane took ownership of the café. Since then, they've continued adopting out cats at an extremely high rate — 92 in just the months of August-December 2018. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution even named them as one of the 14 best cat cafés in the United States. While some things have changed after the acquisition (they now offer pour-over coffee!), many things remain the same, such as their mission to "Fight animal cruelty, help animals in need and advocate for their well-being." And, according to the café manager Emma Walsh, they "will still act as a space that brings together our love of adoptable cats, coffee and the community." Eat, Purr, Love Cat Cafe Columbus

Photo courtesy of Travis Stewart Photography via Eat, Purr, Love Cat Café

The café is a fantastic place to relax with a good book, play a board game or just sit and watch cats roam. They offer freshly-brewed, locally-roasted coffee, as well as other drink options like tea and hot cocoa. You can purchase prepackaged, 100% vegan bakery items provided by Pattycake Bakery or you're welcome to bring your own snacks with you.   They even hold fun cat-themed events at the café throughout the month, including Yogatos, which is a unique yoga session with cats; Kids & Kitties, a fun cat-themed storytime for children and their parents; and Purrs and Palettes, where you paint a fun picture with a cat by your side. Eat, Purr, Love Cat Cafe Columbus

Photo courtesy of Eat, Purr, Love Cat Café

If you'd like to pay a visit to Eat, Purr, Love, they recommend that you make a reservation. While walk-ins are always welcome when space allows, making a reservation will ensure that you get some good quality kitty-time. You should also remember to get to the café at least 10 minutes early to review the "house rules", sign a waiver and order any refreshments that you'd like. You'll also be asked to pay a $10/hour cover charge and a $5/hour cover charge for children five and under. This charge goes to help the café provide a cozy environment and unique experience for cat lovers while also sustaining a comfortable home for homeless cats until they are adopted. Eat, Purr, Love Cat Cafe Columbus

Photo courtesy of Kathy Watson via Eat, Purr, Love Cat Café

Only 12 visitors are allowed in the cat lounge at a time, but you can make a private reservation for up to 15 people by emailing info@eatpurrlovecatcafe.com. They are open Wednesday-Sunday, giving the felines their much-needed catnaps on Monday and Tuesday. You can find their complete hours here. Wondering how you can help? Follow Eat, Purr, Love on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and if you'd like to volunteer with Columbus Humane, you can learn more here. "Every time you make a reservation, book a party, attend an event, or purchase coffee or some awesome retail item, you are supporting all of the animals in our community," said Walsh.  

Do you think this is paw-some?

Let us know in the comments! And, if you decide to pay Eat, Purr, Love a visit, make sure to snap a picture and tag us on Instagram using #CutlerExplores!
March
12

Which Akron Neighborhood is Right for You?

Akron is one of Ohio's largest cities and industrial centers and settled at the highest point of the Ohio and Erie Canal just 40 miles south of Cleveland. Even though we're nicknamed the "Rubber Capital of the World", there's so much more to this city than high-quality tires. From an abundance of farmers markets, brunch destinations and more — you could spend days exploring our amazing city. When you do decide to move here (and we promise you will), it can be hard to decide on the perfect neighborhood. That's why we rounded up some of the hottest areas in Akron, all of which are fantastic places to live. No matter who you are or what you're looking for, there's a home and neighborhood perfect for you. Happy exploring!    

For the Outdoor Enthusiast — Cuyahoga Falls

Akron Neighborhoods Cuyahoga Falls is a vibrant community located just a few miles north from Akron. Its name stems from its proximity to the Cuyahoga River and the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. The town offers a diverse selection of housing options, green spaces and a charming downtown area that's full of things to do! There are a plethora of outdoor pursuits all around Cuyahoga Falls from kayaking, canoeing, hiking, biking and more. If you aren't a huge fan of outdoor activities, there's still a ton to do in the area from perusing the shops in the historic downtown or grabbing a bite from one of the fabulous restaurants. Neighborhood highlights: Blue Door Cafe and Bakery, Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad, Summit Metro Parks and the Downtown Amphitheater.  

For Golf Lovers — Stow

This smaller, primarily residential, suburb boasts beautiful homes and ample parks. The friendly community atmosphere, picturesque roads, 410 acres of parkland along with the fantastic home prices make this little town perfect for first-time homeowners. While the area is full of amazing attractions, it is the golf courses that make this area stand out. Home to the Fox Den Golf Course and the Roses Run Country Club are both award-winning 18-hole courses, this community is truly a golf-lovers paradise. Neighborhood highlights: Summit County Metro Parks Bike and Hike Trail, StowNut Donut & Diner, Cellar 59 Wine Bar & Wine Shop.  

For Those Raising a Family — Goodyear Heights

Akron Neighborhoods The small community of Goodyear Heights was created by the founder of Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company as a neighborhood that would provide an easier commute for Goodyear employees. Today, the charming town is a mostly residential community full of moderately priced single-family homes. The area features great schools and the Goodyear Heights Metro Park, which provides a recreational oasis for residents. Neighborhood highlights: The Linda, Julian's, Buckeye Bookshop and the Goodyear Theater & Hall.  

For the Homebody — Portage Lakes

Situated just south of Akron, Portage Lakes is a popular place to call home. It's also beautiful, with the Portage Lakes State Park surrounding the suburb. The area is also known as the best-kept secret in Northeast Ohio due to the incredible variety of outdoor experiences and the fantastic sense of community. For those of us who love the small town vibe, getting to know your neighbors and becoming a "regular" at a local business — the tight-knit community of Portage Lakes is the place to be. Neighborhood highlights: Portage Lake Cruises, The Great Escape Room and The Harbor Front.  

For the Foodie — Downtown Akron

Akron Neighborhoods

Photo courtesy of The Lockview.

You'll never run out of things to do, see or eat in Downtown Akron. This area is perfect for those who love city life with a small town atmosphere. Downtown is a hub for artists, poets, authors and foodies, so you'll feel at home no matter what your passion is. This metropolitan area is also home to some of the best restaurants around. From casual eats to upscale dining, you'll find delicious food and great ambiance when you choose to dine downtown. Grab comfort food at The Lockview or pizza at the famous Luigi's — whatever you choose we promise you're in for a treat. Neighborhood highlights: The Akron Zoo, Akron Art Museum, Canal Park and Lock 3.  

For the Historian — Bath Township

You may recognize the name of this lovely neighborhood due to the fame of one of its residents, LeBron James! The basketball legend calls this town home, with visitors and locals alike trying to catch a glimpse of his stunning home whenever they can. Even if you're not a fan of LeBron James, there are still plenty of reasons to fall in love with this suburb. Historians will love spending all day at Hale Farm and Village and learning all about the famous Hale family and the community. Neighborhood highlights: Ohio and Erie Canal Towpath Trail, The Bath Nature Preserve, Bath Township Historical Museum and the Western Reserve Playhouse.  

For the Artist — Highland Square

Akron Neighborhoods

Photo courtesy of Shane Wynn via the PorchRokr Music and Arts Festival.

Highland Square is one of Akron's most eclectic neighborhoods! The neighborhood is home to a library, a plethora of delicious restaurants and even some local nightclubs and bars. There's a little something for everyone here, which is why people from all walks of life choose to call it home. But it's the art scene of this unique suburb that makes it so popular for artists, musicians and movie lovers. Here, you'll find the Highland Square Theatre, public art lining the streets and the annual PorchRokr Music and Arts Festival which brings thousands of visitors to the area each year. Neighborhood highlights: Mustard Seed Market & Cafe, Wally Waffle, The Market Path and Square Records.  

For the Luxury Lover — Merriman Valley

Merriman Valley is known as one of Akron's wealthiest neighborhoods, situated nears several country clubs and home to gorgeous houses built in the early 1900s. For an example of the incredible architecture in the area, stop by Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens, a castle-like residence that served as the home for Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company's founder Frank A. Seiberling. The area itself is pristine and beautiful, offering close proximity to the Cuyahoga Valley National park as well as top-notch public schools. If you're looking for an HGTV ready home — Merriman Valley is perfect for you. Neighborhood highlights: F.A. Seiberling Nature Realm, Cascade Valley Metro Park and None Too Fragile Theatre.  

For the Socialite — Wallhaven

Wallhaven is a wonderful place to live if you enjoy being in the thick of it all. The area is home to some of Akron's most popular gathering spots from the original location for Swenson's Drive-in to the iconic Nervous Dog Coffee Bar. The neighborhood surrounds the intersections of Market Street, Exchange Street and Hawkins Avenue, offering a little bit of shopping, upscale eating and entertainment. Plus, the housing options are incredible from historic castle-like homes to "hobbit houses" that make this area look like it was pulled straight from Lord of the Rings. Neighborhood highlights: Westlake Manor Park, Eye Opener and Fire Leaf.  

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March
11

7 Columbus Area Homes That Are Ready for Spring

It's almost spring! This time of year, we love looking at homes in the area that offer spacious backyards, lush spring foliage and decks perfect for soaking the warmer weather in. That's why we curated a list of homes in and around Columbus that have gorgeous yards, gardens and even spring-inspired decor. We promise you'll find at least one home on this list that will help get you in the spring spirit!  

Delightful One Story Home with Beautiful Details

4 Beds | 2 Full Baths | 2 Partial Baths | 3,073 Square Feet | $550,000 Columbus Homes for Sale Columbus Homes for Sale

This home can be found at 9461 Cape Wrath Drive, Dublin | Listed by Conley & Partners

This beautifully detailed one-story home in Dublin offers high ceilings and numerous large windows that let in gorgeous natural light. Don't miss the open great room, brand new kitchen, the spacious bedrooms, and the stunning yard perfect for any spring activity!  

Incredible Delaware Dream Home

5 Beds | 6 Full Baths | 1 Partial Bath | 9,200 Square Feet | $2,424,900 Columbus Homes for Sale Columbus Homes for Sale

This home can be found at 8316 River Rock Lane, Delaware | Listed by Everingham & Hodak

Situated on almost five acres of wooded, riverfront property, this gorgeous home boasts numerous unbeatable features. We love the stunning kitchen that features professional appliances and eye-catching decor along with the spa-like master suite. From the dreamy garden to the bright spring colors sprinkled throughout — you won't find a home more ready for spring than this.  

Stunning Custom Home in Highland Lakes

4 Beds | 4 Full Baths | 1 Partial Bath | 3,167 Square Feet | $549,000 Columbus Homes for Sale Columbus Homes for Sale

This home can be found at 5444 Quail Hollow Way, Westerville | Listed by Linda Wasil

This must-see custom home is nestled in Highland Lakes and offers a spacious and recently updated floor plan. The hardwood floors and brand new carpet throughout along with the hearth room off the remodeled kitchen make this home feel warm and welcoming. Additional features include a spacious, vaulted owner's suite, a large great room, a full basement with a theater room and bar area, and never-ending closets that are perfect for storing your winter coats.  

Outdoor Enthusiast's Dream in the Quarry

3 Beds | 2 Full Baths | 1 Partial Bath | 2,581 Square Feet | $460,000 Homes for Sale in Columbus, OH Homes for Sale in Columbus, OH

This home can be found at 6480 Quarry Lane, Dublin | Listed by John Francis

This gorgeous home is tucked away in the Quarry and backs to a large, wooded backyard that any outdoor enthusiast will adore. The interior features spacious bedrooms, a lovely and functional great room, a large updated kitchen, and a spacious basement.  

Creative Custom Home Nestled in the New Albany Country Club

5 Beds | 4 Full Baths | 1 Partial Bath | 4,485 Square Feet | $1,050,000 Homes for Sale in Columbus, OH Homes for Sale in Columbus, OH

This home can be found at 4112 Croan, New Albany | Listed by Doug Green

This quality built home is located in the Waterson community of the New Albany Country Club. The creatively designed floor plan features five finished levels of living space and boasts everything from stunning hardwood floors to custom cabinetry, beautiful stone and wood countertops, and so much more!  

Easily Maintained Two-Story Condo in Powell

3 Beds | 2 Full Baths | 1 Partial Bath | 1,665 Square Feet | $228,999 Homes for Sale in Columbus, OH Homes for Sale in Columbus, OH

This home can be found at 3376 Timberside Drive, Powell | Listed by Janelle Blue

While spring is one of our favorite times of the year, with the change of seasons comes tedious outside home maintenance. In this two-story condo settled in the Villas at Woodcutter, experience exterior maintenance-free living! Just sit back and relish in the warmer weather and longer days while enjoying a spacious floor plan full of brand new features.  

Recently Updated Estates of Walk Woods Gem

4 Beds | 3 Full Baths | 1 Partial Bath | 2,920 Square Feet | $494,500 Homes for Sale in Columbus, OH Homes for Sale in Columbus, OH

This home can be found at 2457 Rufus Court, Lewis Center | Listed by Conley & Partners

This recently updated home offers plenty of luxurious features, including a cook's dream kitchen, a dreamy master suite, and a lower level complete with plenty of entertaining space. As spring arrives, enjoy the massive patio with a fireplace and the arbor with flowering landscaping!  

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March
7

The Newcomer's Guide to Cleveland | 12 Things You Need to Know

Nestled along the southern shore of Lake Erie, Cleveland is one of Ohio's most famous cities, full of things to do, see and, of course, eat! Over the past few years, Cleveland has definitely increased in popularity, named one of the best cities for Millenials, best places for nightlife and a top foodie city. The city offers an overwhelming collection of historic buildings, breweries, beautiful homes and a friendly, open community of residents — so we don't blame you for wanting to live here! Before you make the move to our amazing city, there are a few things you should know. From our rock and roll history to the mustard you should choose, we've created a complete guide to help you transition to being a Clevelander — a little easier.

The Cleveland Basics:

  • Estimated Population (2019): 390,000
  • County: Cuyahoga County
  • Land Area: 77.70 miles
  • Water Area: 4.76 miles
  • Rainfall: 39.12 inches
  • Snowfall: 68 inches
  • Average Annual High Temperature: 59.6°F
  • Average Annual Temperature: 51.4°F
  • Average Annual Low Temperature: 43.1°F
 

1. Being friendly is in our DNA

New to Cleveland Unlike a lot of other big cities in the United States, we actually like visitors! Because most of us are actually transplants from around the world, we don't mind the hoards of tourists sightseeing in our amazing city — we don't blame them! Clevelanders are often seen chatting with neighbors on the sidewalk or visiting with the clerk at the local grocery store and will definitely wave to you when merging into traffic. It's a quality we love about our community!  

2. Our weather can be indecisive

When you move, you'll definitely want to invest in a good ice scraper, snow boots, a raincoat, umbrella and a quality sunblock. As Clevelanders like to say "Only in Ohio can you experience all four seasons in the same week," which is completely true due to our rapidly changing weather patterns in the area.  

3. But we still love the outdoors

New to Cleveland Even with the ever-changing weather here in Cleveland, we still love the outdoors. Cleveland touches two Lake Erie beaches: Edgewater Park and Huntington Reservation, both of which offer dog and swim beaches, paddleboard and kayak rentals, fishing piers, picnic areas and more. We also love to run, with several famous marathons happening each year in the area. But, no matter what your outdoor passion is, we have a space for it — from rock climbing and surfing to bouncing in bounce houses.  

4. LeBron James is more than just a basketball player

Born and raised in Akron, LeBron James is our hometown hero. Not only is he a basketball legend, but he's our superstar. He's one of us, a favorite son who returned home and brought a championship to our city, lifting a 52-year curse.  

5. You'll definitely become a sports fan

New to Cleveland Because we're home to The Browns, the NBA Champion Cavaliers and the Cleveland Indians, it's hard not to be a die-hard sports fan in Cleveland. Pretty soon you'll be painting your face, donning a jersey and heading out to Jacobs Field (or Progressive Field, it is a name change we're still having a hard time accepting).  

6. We're a foodie's paradise

Cleveland has long been celebrated for our dining scene by publications like the Los Angeles Times, Thrillist, (The Cutler Blog!) and many more. Guy Fieri has even featured several local Cleveland spots in many episodes of Diners, Drive-ins and Dives because the food here is so good. We've got incredible burgers, grilled cheese, hot dogs, hot chocolate and more. Not to mention the growing health food scene that is sweeping our amazing city.  

7. And our brews are next level

New to Cleveland With all of the amazing things going on in Cleveland, you might wonder how Clevelanders keep up. The answer: coffee from our nationally recognized coffee houses. From coffee king, Phoenix Coffee who has been roasting locally for over 25 years to newbie Six Shooter Cafe, we have a coffee shop for every taste. We also love our beer! Over the past few years, Cleveland's craft beer scene has exploded, making us one of the best beer cities in the nation. In fact, we're home to the Great Lakes Brewing Company, the first brewpub and microbrewery in Ohio.  

8. Your choice of mustard is important

When most baseball fans order a hot dog during a game, they reach for the yellow mustard — unless they're in Cleveland. Here we like our mustard brown and full of vinegar and we take it very seriously.  

9. Our architecture is famous

New to Cleveland

Photo courtesy of the Cleveland Public Library

Thousands of visitors come to Cleveland each year, just to marvel at the exquisite buildings. In fact, our distinctive architecture was featured on Fodor's list of reasons to visit Cleveland, and for a good reason. Our city is full of history, gargoyles, Corinthian columns and, of course, beautiful homes. If you haven't yet, be sure to pay a visit to the Arcade, the Cleveland Trust rotunda and the Cleveland Public Library for a little taste of the stunning landmarks from around the area.  

10. And so is our theater district

Besides New York City's Lincoln Center, Cleveland is home to the largest performing arts center in the United States: Playhouse Square. This theater district is full of glamorous theaters that draw well over a million visitors annually. Visit the area and catch a show or just stop in to try one of the many incredible restaurants in the area — plus you won't be able to resist taking a photo of the dazzling sparkling lights that adorn the streets!  

11. We're the Rock and Roll Capital of the World

New to Cleveland Our city is teeming with rock and roll history. We hosted the first-ever major rock concert in 1952, the Moondog Coronation Ball that featured Tiny Grimes, Paul Williams, the Hucklebuckers and many more musical geniuses. The show was hosted by Alan Freed, a Cleveland DJ who many consider the originator of the term "Rock and Roll". All of that rock and roll history along with our amazing record stores, rockin' venues like the Agora and the House of Blues and the world famous Rock and Roll Hall of Fame — make us a must-visit destination for music lovers.  

12. It's actually cheaper to live here!

The overall cost of living in Cleveland is nearly 10% lower than the national average. It's the perfect place for first time home buyers or Millenials who are just getting their start. Plus, our job market is on the rise too. Our biotech and IT fields are booming as well as advanced manufacturing — so no matter what you love to do, you can do it in Cleveland and live in an incredible (and affordable!) home while you do it!  

Welcome to Cleveland!

If you've yet to find a home in Cleveland, we are here to help! There is a wide variety of homes for sale in Cleveland, ranging in size, style and price point. Take a look at the many homes available in the area and contact us if we can help make your home search, or your move, easier!
March
5

8 Essential St. Patrick's Day Events in the Columbus Area

Whether you're ready or not, St. Patrick's Day is upon us once again. Our favorite Irish holiday always brings with it plenty of fun and festivities, so naturally, we rounded up several ways to celebrate! Our lovely city of Columbus and the surrounding communities are full of Irish spirit, so it's no surprise to us that the area is bursting with St. Patrick's Day events. From parades to pub crawls, we've found the best ways to enjoy the holiday. Have fun experiencing the luck of the Irish to the absolute fullest — and don't forget to wear green!  

St. Patrick's Day Trolley Cruise

Where: North High Brewing When: March 11-17 Grab your green drinks and step aboard this unique trolley for a day of Irish fun. Short North Trolley Company will take you on a journey through Columbus, stopping at several iconic bars and pubs along the way. For a more private event, you can rent the whole trolley just for yourself and some friends — giving you the chance to choose your own route through the Columbus area.  

St. Patty's Cocktails, Cookies & Candles

Where: The Candle Lab When: March 14, 6-8 p.m. Columbus St. Patrick's Day Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with Watershed, Cookie Lady Columbus and the Candle Lab for a night of cocktail mixing, cooking making and candle pouring! Start by pouring your own custom-scented 8-ounce candle, using St. Patrick's Day-inspired scents sure to get you in the spring spirit. Then, enjoy Irish themed cocktails and decorate cookies! You won't want to miss this night of Irish cheer and hands-on creativity.  

2019 Irish Whiskey Tasting

Where: Serendipity Labs When: March 14, 6-9 p.m. What better way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day than by tasting Irish whiskey? At this special tasting event, you'll get to try five different Irish whiskeys alongside fellow Columbus whiskey lovers. Food is welcome, so feel free to bring a picnic or your favorite take out with you!    

St. Patrick's Day Party 2019

Where: Flannagan's When: March 16, Doors open at 8 a.m. Head over to Flannagan's in Dublin for the largest St. Patrick's Day party in Ohio. The doors to this iconic bar open at 8 a.m. and festivities will last all day. Click here to see the full list of activities and live music acts that will be performing throughout the day.  

St. Patrick's Day Parade

Where: Historic Dublin When: March 16, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

Photo courtesy of the City of Dublin

In Dublin, OH, Irish isn't just a culture, it's an attitude. That's why the area was named one of the top 10 places to celebrate St. Patrick's Day by Orbitz and U.S. Travel. Don't miss this famous parade that will include marching bands, bagpipers, giant inflatables, leprechauns and so much more!  

Social City's 9th Annual St. Patrick's Day Pub Crawl

Where: Arena District When: March 16, 12-9 p.m. During the 2019 St. Patrick's Day weekend, join over 4,000 crawlers in the largest pub crawl in Ohio! Attendees will receive a t-shirt, beverage koozie, exclusive food and drink specials, free cover charges and so much more.  

Shamrock Club St. Patrick's Day Parade

Where: Broad Street When: March 17, 12:15 p.m. Don't miss the extravagant floats, marchers and balloons on display at the Shamrock Club's 2019 St. Patrick's Day Parade. Run by the largest Irish organization in Central Ohio, this Irish-spirit fueled event is always a good time.  

St. Patrick's Day Show

Where: The Three-Legged Mare When: March 17, 6:30-8:30 p.m. St Patrick's Day Irish Pubs Join local Celtic rock and roll band, Discarded Mischief in celebrating St. Patrick's Day at the Three-Legged Mare. Enjoy pub songs with a new twist along with Irish drink specials for a whole lot of fun this holiday.  

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

  From all of us at Cutler Real Estate, have a safe and fun holiday!

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