Reinventing itself from the metropolitan area that lost more than half a million residents, Cleveland’s urban center has doubled its population during the past 20 years. An influx of young, educated professionals is moving into the downtown area as fast as housing becomes available, and in the process, Cleveland is experiencing a radical makeover.

The historic Warehouse District is a prime example of the new Cleveland. Since the early 1980s, developers have transformed abandoned and decaying Victorian-era buildings into a vibrant entertainment district. Upscale restaurants offer international cuisine ranging from Lebanese to Mexican and Indian. The Mallorca, with its Spanish-born chef…

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