Grandview Heights

Grandview Heights
Grandview Heights

The Grandview Heights community – made up of less than two square miles of quaint homes on tree-lined streets – is filled with park space, an award-winning library, and an amazing school system for a population of more than 8,300 residents. Grandview is a close-knit neighborhood that has everything needed at your fingertips. Access to all the major interstate systems is less than a mile from the center of town, playing a role in the ability to attract great businesses to this fantastic suburb.

Krema Nut Company, established in 1898 honors old fashioned hand roasting methods to make their nut varieties and all-natural nut butters. They have been featured on Mr. Rogers Neighborhood and Food Network. Three distilleries call the Grandview area home, including Watershed Distillery, High Bank Distillery, and Endeavor Brewstillery (a combined distillery and brewery). And the Ohio Tap Room specializes in more than 20 Ohio craft beers sold in growlers of various sizes.

Stauf’s Coffee is one of the oldest businesses along Grandview Avenue – the official “Main Street” of the neighborhood. It’s also the place to be seen. A few doors down, you’ll find delectable dining options like The Avenue Steakhouse, Balboa, and Spagio. Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams boasts lines that spill outside and down the block on most days.

The Grandview Hop, Grandview Avenue’s summertime sidewalk market and community block party will keep you entertained all summer long. Hosted every last Saturday from June through September, crowds can enjoy live entertainment, local beer, popup vendors, and food trucks. In June, the Tour de Grandview Cycling Classic delights spectators with fast-paced action, sharp turns, and plenty of excitement.

Living in Grandview means that you can walk everywhere. You can shop, eat, and enjoy attractions while being green by walking or biking around the city in a vibrant, safe environment. With so much to offer, you’ll want to come back again and again.


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