The Moreland History Project has revealed little-known aspects of this dynamic neighborhood’s past, including the fact that it was once a thriving Jewish enclave.
Lifelong resident Joan Kaufman (nee Skall) has had an 80-year love affair with the piano.
The City’s business incentive loans and grants allow it to coinvest with businesses, accelerating their growth while benefiting the City, its residents, and the local job market.
The Van Aken District is a place to work, live, and play – and to stay active and healthy. And all just a few steps away, or around the corner.
“It's definitely a labor of love,” muses Bill Rosner, who's been producing maple syrup in his Shaker backyard for many years.
Maybe you’ve noticed, but there are no laundromats in Shaker.
Mitchell’s Ice Cream will be an eye-catching centerpiece for the Van Aken District, and a wonderful place to hang out and enjoy Mitchell’s beloved local product.
Shaker’s newest housing option consists of 103 apartment units at the Van Aken District. The Blue Line Rapid, shopping, and dining options are just steps away.
Genuine Pizza and its James Beard Award-winning chef Michael Schwartz herald the Van Aken District as a food destination.
"Music for Our Children," organized by Shaker residents Ralitsa Georgieva-Smith and Jason Smith, is now in its fifth year and has raised more than $6,000 for UNICEF.