CLEVELAND -- There's a pocket of Cleveland that has just about everything, from world-class hospitals to world-class arts and entertainment.

Now, acornerstone of the University Circle neighborhood was completed. The brand new Museum of Contemporary Art will officially open its doors this weekend, but Channel 3 was invited inside Monday.

"It's been a slow but steady growth," says Constantino's General Manager Andrew Revy.

His is the first grocery store in University Circle, but Revy realized there would be a growing need.

"We took a look at (the project) and said this is the perfect spot to open up yet another Constantino's Market in the city of Cleveland."

More people are living and working here. The proof is in the construction cranes flying over head, hotels being built, and apartments filling up.

Now the new home of The Museum of Contemporary Art will open its doors and possibly bring in international crowds.

"We'll have hundreds of thousands of more visitors every year. We've already got 3 million visitors that come to University Circle every year to explore arts and culture," says University Circle Inc. President Chris Ronayne.

"Where else in America do you find a dozen arts and cultural institutions, 3 hospitals, 3 universities all in a square mile and that's what you've got in University Circle."

MOCA opens with an inaugural party Saturday night.

Next Monday, the museum will open its doors for free starting at 1 p.m. through 6 p.m.