The Warehouse District packs big city vibes into a few city blocks. Home to some of the Ohio’s most successful businesses, the neighborhood is alive with the buzz of commerce during the day. Once the work day ends, over 20 pubs and restaurants fill up thanks to a vibrant nightlife that takes full advantage of excellent food, convenient walkability, unique residential living spaces and major sports stadiums and concert venues.
At the turn of the 20th century, the Warehouse District was the regional center for warehousing and manufacturing of wholesale fresh food and grocery products, clothing, hardware, automobile replacement equipment and supplies, furniture and appliances. The revitalized Warehouse District is built on the vision that Toledo can provide an ideal urban living and working environment; a perfect blend of retail business, residential living and commercial enterprise where people want to visit, stay and succeed.
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Spotlight: Warehouse District
Whether you have an entire afternoon or just a few minutes, a memorable stop is just down the block. Toledo’s local businesses showcase everything the city has to offer, so add these hot spots to your must-do list.
Blarney Irish Pub
The Blarney Irish Pub delivers a truly authentic experience. Furnished entirely by items bought in Ireland and shipped to Toledo, and featuring a menu inspired by classic Irish fare, the Blarney is as close as you can get to Ireland this side of a Guinness.
Art Supply Depo
In a city fueled by the creative spirit, the Art Supply Depo gives artists a place to drive their genius. Stocking high quality tools at affordable prices, offering art workshops and hosting exhibitions, they have everything you need to express yourself.
After transforming the Standart-Simmons Hardware Warehouse into the Standart Lofts, downtown now has a luxury apartment building that blends historical accuracy with contemporary aesthetics––large windows, 14 foot ceilings and exposed brick and ductwork.
Located on N. St Clair Street, Hensville represents a new and exciting chapter for the transformation of Toledo's Warehouse District, as three historic properties have been brought back to life next to Fifth Third Field, home of the "world famous" Toledo Mud Hens.
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