What to Expect at our Broadway Avenue Location
The Broadway location provides complete general dental services, from cleanings and checkups to mercury-free composite fillings and root canal treatments. Our dentists are skilled and can help you keep your oral health on track. If you have dental anxiety, we also offer a couple of options in dental sedation to help you have an anxiety-free appointment.
5716 Broadway Ave
Cleveland, OH 44127
Business Hours- Broadway Ave. Location:
Monday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
We have two doctors working out of this location:
- Dr. Natalia Katsman, DDS
- Dr. Mitchell Barney, DDS
Broadway Avenue Historic District
Our Broadway Ave location (5716 Broadway Avenue) is located right in the middle of the Historic District. This area is the center of the growing Czech community and commercial district. It was added to the National Register of Historical Places in October of 1988.
Our Broadway Avenue practice is in the same shopping center as the Slavic Villiage Development, the Neighborhood Housing Services, and just a block away from Regent High School. Across the street on the other side of Dolloff Rd. is Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church as well as Broadway Academy.
It’s a beautiful area full of a rich history of emigration and commercial development and has recently made a big revival after some economic decline.
Here are some of the historically significant buildings in the area:
- Broadway Branch, Cleveland Public Library (1902; Neoclassical; Charles Morris, architect)
- Federman Building (1907; style not known; Joseph Linck, architect)
- Hruby Conservatory of Music (1912; Jacobean Revival; Steffens & Steffens, architects)
- Melzer Building (1909; style not known; J.W. Hradek, architect)
- Olympia Theatre (1912; style not known; George Allen Grieble, architect)
- Our Lady of Lourdes Church (1891; Gothic Revival; Emile Ulrich and Bernard Van De Velde, architects)
- Our Lady of Lourdes School (1906; Renaissance Revival; Emile Ulrich and William Jansen, architects)
- Zverina Block (1889; Eastlake Movement of the Queen Anne Style; Andrew Mitermiler, architect)