The plateau at the top of North Hill developed rapidly after it was connected with Downtown in 1922 by a viaduct over the Cascade Valley of the Little Cuyahoga River. It is bordered on the west by Cascade Valley Metropark, on the east by Gorge Metropark, and on the north by Cuyahoga Falls. n North Hill is primarily a single-family residential community. n Retail/commercial corridors along North Main Street, East Cuyahoga Falls Avenue, Tallmadge Avenue, and Home Avenue serve North Hill. The age distribution of residents of North Hill is almost identical to that of Akron, Ohio. The dominant age group is 20 – 44-year-olds. North Hill was originally home to European immigrants, primarily from Italy and Poland. Today North Hill is a racially and ethnically diverse community. Almost three-fourths White and almost one-fourth African-American, North Hill continues to attract new immigrants. n North Hill average household income rose more in the 1990s and reached roughly the same level as other City households. At the same time, the poverty rate dropped more in North Hill than in Akron. Bed Bug Exterminator Akron
The dominant educational achievement of North Hill residents is high school graduates. There are lower percentages of persons with college degrees and graduate degrees than in the city. North Hill residents are slightly more likely than other Akronites to be in Production, Transportation, and Material Moving occupations, and less likely to be in Management and Professional occupations.
In 1927, the North Akron Board of Trade’s directors proposed naming the busy intersection of North Main Street and East Cuyahoga Falls Avenue as “Temple Square.” Akron Mayor D.C. Rybolt found the name to be “appropriate and euphonious,” and North Hill residents have been calling it that ever since. Temple Square’s name might baffle some younger folks, but it made perfect sense when it first was applied 90 years ago. It was a tribute to the “most pretentious structure” on North Hill — back when pretentious was considered a good thing. With fraternal organizations enjoying overflow membership, North Hill residents decided to form a new Masonic lodge in 1922. The Rev. John M. Baxter, pastor of North Hill Methodist Episcopal Church.
Restaurants and Pubs
- Farmer Boy Restaurant is located at 610 E Cuyahoga Falls Ave, Akron, OH
- Fred’s Diner is located at 930 Home Ave, Akron, OH
- The Northside Tavern is located at 956 N Howard St, Akron, OH
- North Side Saloon is located at 639 E Cuyahoga Falls Ave, Akron, OH
- NoHi Restaurants and Café is located at 778 N Main St, Akron, OH
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