- Warehouse District
The term Warehouse District has been used for several urban neighborhoods across the United States that were formerly gritty industrial areas but have since experienced
gentrification. The warehouses contained within the neighborhoods have often been converted to trendy nightclubs or high-priced apartments and condominiums.
List of neighborhoods officially or unofficially known as the "Warehouse District".
The following areas are known as the "Warehouse District" in their respective cities:
Cleveland Warehouse Districtin Cleveland, Ohio.
* The North Loop in
Minneapolis, Minnesota, which is more commonly referred to as the "Warehouse District" in that city.
* Lowertown in Saint Paul,
Minnesota, which was once referred to as the "Warehouse District" in that city.
Other areas with similar characteristics.
The following areas aren't actually known (officially or unofficially) as the "Warehouse District" but display similar characteristics to the neighborhoods listed above:
Meatpacking Districtin New York City
Washington Avenue Loft Districtin St. Louis, Missouri
* Areas of Williamsburg and Greenpoint in
Brooklyn, New York
Strip Districtin Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
* West End in
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