Sandusky's history, renovation lauded in 'Coastal Living'

SANDUSKY The city has made its way onto the pages of "Coastal Living" magazine once again. Describing Sandusky as one
Janet
May 24, 2010

SANDUSKY

The city has made its way onto the pages of "Coastal Living" magazine once again.

Describing Sandusky as one of the state's "most historic Great Lakes cities," this month's issue features the city in an article titled, "So You Want to Live in ... Sandusky."

The nationally-circulated magazine touts Sandusky for its tourist attractions -- "Cedar Point and an expansive marina" -- and its close proximity to Cleveland and Toledo.

The New Sandusky Fish Co., 235 E. Shoreline Drive, was listed in the magazine earlier this year as one of the top 25 favorite seafood dives in the United States. The local eatery was the only restaurant in the Great Lakes region to be featured on the list. Restaurants in Hawaii, California, Florida and Massachusetts were also mentioned in the article.

This month's story also gives a nod to the city's downtown revitalization efforts. "Sandusky's rebirth can be seen in the new condos and apartments that have replaced dilapidated industrial buildings. Residents are in a prime position to enjoy the paved Bayfront Pedestrian Pathway, which, when completed, will span 12 miles."

Read more in Saturday's Register and the ePaper