Whether you live here are or are visiting, the Buckeye Shaker Square Development Corporation welcomes you.
As one of the largest community development corporations (CDC) in the city, we’re is also the only CDC to boast three rapid transit stops including multiple connector routes and connections, making getting here and getting around easy.
With many historic and affordable homes, rich history and culture, restaurants, business opportunities, active neighborhood groups and organizations, cultural amenities and faith-based organization, Buckeye Shaker is one of the most attractive areas to live, work and do business.
Residents can easily access the area’s grocery stores, library, postal services, and other amenities close to their homes. Excellent transportation connections are located within the neighborhood to commute to downtown, points west, and the outlying areas of Cleveland.
Three Green and Blue line rapid rail stops and several bus stops are available between Shaker Square, East 116th Street, the intersection of Woodland Avenue and Shaker Boulevard, and along Buckeye Road and Larchmere Boulevard, making the community one of the most accessible neighborhoods in Cleveland.