BPDC is committed to maintaining and enhancing the full diversity of its residential, commercial, industrial communities, and providing the planning necessary to ensure the vitality of the neighborhood into the future. We were incorporated into a nonprofit since 1991.
Bellaire-Puritas Development Corporation primarily serves the Bellaire-Puritas, Jefferson, & Hopkins areas of Cleveland – Ward 16, which is the heart of the historic West Park neighborhood, named after an early settler, named John West, who lived on what is now W. 138th St.
In addition to residential, retail, ecological, and institutional areas of Ward 16, our service area also includes Enterprise Parkway, West Industrial Parkway, Puritas Industrial Park, Cleveland Business Park, and Emerald Corporate Park.
As the neighborhood lead agency for the MyCom youth development initiative for West Park, we also serve all the K-12 youth who live, work, or study no matter what school youth attend. The entire West Park area which stretches from Halloran Park on W. 117th St. on the east side to the Fairview Hospital on the West side and encompasses all of Cleveland’s Ward 19 and parts of Cleveland’s Ward 11.
Find out more online information about our neighborhoods by:
1.) Taking virtual “Neighborhood Walks” in our City of Cleveland Statistical Planning Areas (SPA’s) on the NHLink site:
2.) Finding the right school, right now for your child.
3.) Viewing a profile of the neighborhood on the Live! Cleveland’s site.
4.) Reading our neighborhood newsletter, the Bellaire-Puritas Community Post, which is archived here online.
4.) Checking out our other neighbors, our wildlife, with this interactive “Map of Life” that locates the biodiversity here.5
6.) Consider “buying into Cleveland” here.
We are a proud member of the community development industry. See what community development is all about here:
For more information, call 216-671-2710 and register for our e-newsletter here.
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