Piiparinen argues the larger exodus makes that inflow remarkable."It's a plus-3,000 in a shrinking region for a single group in a single race," he said.
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- New to Northeast Ohio in 2010, Rachael Ng rented an apartment across from the mall in Beachwood.
But as she came to know her way around town, she quickly joined the migration path of her tribe.
After the ride, it's time to get serious by visiting to rekindle childhood memories you enjoyed and to share those memories with your companions.
See a wide assortment of collectables, comic books, board games, all to broaden your imagination.
After breakfast, take a walking tour of the three block historic village.
You'll see over 20 historic buildings dating from the late 1800s. Try the to take a load off and cool off in a bright comfortable setting.
"Think about that." Young Asians moved in significant numbers into Mayfield Heights, near major employers like Progressive Insurance and Rockwell Automation, but also into downtown Cleveland, Lakewood and, most noticeably, Cleveland Heights.
The venerable suburb lost seven percent of its population last decade as both white and black households left a community growing poorer.
That may be changing." Piiparinen makes that argument in report he wrote for the Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development at Case Western Reserve University: "Mapping Human Capital: Where Northeast Ohio's Young and Middle-Age Adults are Migrating." Comparing 20 census data, he found that people of family-rearing age, 35 to 44, continued to leave the city and its older suburbs, often for outer suburbs like Solon and Olmsted Township.