Take a look at a recent Maxine Goodman Levin School of Urban Affairs publication:
University Circle & Little Italy Study: Demographic Trends, Property Assessment, and Recommendations for Neighborhood Revitalization by Ziona Austrian, Kathryn W. Hexter, Ellen Cyran, Paul Boehnlein, Bryan Townley and Kenneth Kalynchuk
Document Type: Report
Publication Date: October 2015
This report was prepared at the request of University Circle Inc. (UCI) and Little Italy Redevelopment Corporation (LIRC), and was funded by The Cleveland Foundation. The research was conducted by the Center for Economic Development and the Center for Community Planning & Development at Cleveland State University’s Maxine Goodman Levin School of Urban Affairs and by the Thriving Communities Institute at the Western Reserve Land Conservancy.
This report presents the findings from a detailed demographic analysis and property conditions assessment. These findings inform program and policy recommendations to guide future efforts to manage development, as well as to stabilize and revitalize the Little Italy and University Circle neighborhoods in Cleveland, Ohio.
Austrian, Ziona; Hexter, Kathryn W.; Cyran, Ellen; Boehnlein, Paul; Townley, Bryan; and Kalynchuk, Kenneth, "University Circle & Little Italy Study: Demographic Trends, Property Assessment, and Recommendations for Neighborhood Revitalization" (2015). Urban Publications. Paper 1325.