Source: By Steven Litt, The Plain Dealer
CLEVELAND, Ohio is slowly repopulating from the inside out, with growth occurring within a 2-mile radius of downtown.
Between 2 and 6 miles out from the center, where it has thinned out the most in recent decades, the city also has plenty of room to add newcomers, according to a new study released by Cleveland State University’s Center for Population Dynamics.
In fact, the report says, it could add more than 130,000 people during the next 20 years, reaching 520,600.
The city’s housing strategy, therefore, should “leverage this ‘inside out’ pattern with a focus on the hardest hit areas that are adjacent to the urban core, particularly those neighborhoods that are 2 to 4 miles and 4 to 6 miles outside of Downtown.”
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