Youngstown, Ohio is a city with a rich history and an exciting future.
Youngstown is known for being the third largest steel producing city in
the country during the early to mid-twentieth century. The City had the
highest household income per capita in the United States around that same
period (see Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley 1933, p. 45, published by The
Youngstown Chamber of Commerce). Youngstown was on the same level as places
like New York City and Chicago with its packed downtown streets, night life
and booming economy. Entertainers like Frank Sinatra would make it a point
to bring their performances to Youngstown.
Today, Youngstown is a smaller city of only 66,000 people but still
retains many of the cultural institutions, parks and beautiful architecture
from its past. Many retirees, families, couples and singles are
rediscovering Youngstown. With over 100 neighborhoods to choose from, you
might find more than one neighborhood you want to call home. And no, those
are not typos regarding home prices. Youngstown enjoys the most affordable
housing market in the country (see "What’s Next for Home Prices", Money
Magazine, June 2006). The price and quality of Youngstown’s housing stock
will leave you speechless. The secret's out!
Neighborhood Maps by District
(maps include street names)
Historic District Maps
Discover Youngstown's neighborhoods!
(Click a link from the neighborhood list shown below.)