About Cleveland Park
Cleveland Park provides residents, business owners, and visitors with a perfect combination of leafy side streets and busy commercial strips of restaurants, shops, and businesses. The neighborhood’s unofficial borders are Macomb Street, Rodman Street, and Wisconsin and Connecticut Avenues, but beautiful areas and noteworthy attractions just beyond those borders make Cleveland Park a top destination in D.C.
The neighborhood’s historic designation preserves the character of the neighborhood and a steadfast community of longterm residents and young newcomers ensures a spirited atmosphere. Walk to some of DC’s top attractions–Rock Creek Park, the Smithsonian National Zoo, and the National Cathedral. Enjoy a first-run movie at one of the country’s oldest art deco movie houses, The Uptown.
Browse the shops and enjoy a meal at one of the many restaurants on Connecticut Avenue, where familiar businesses are side-by-side neighborhood joints and owner-operated businesses that have thrived in the area for decades.