Founded in 1788, Cincinnati Ohio is noted for being the first major inland city in the United States. With a population of almost 300,00; Cincinnati is the 3rd largest city in the state. Cincinnati is the county seat of Hamilton County. Cincinnati is home to many major companies including Macy's, Kroger, and Procter and Gamble. Recently, Cincinnati was ranked #1 for residential remodeling in the United States by Remodeling Magazine; the 5th most affordable city in the U.S. by Forbes magazine, and #7 most romantic city by Amazon.com.
Average High - 86, Average Low - 23
Hockey - Cyclones
Baseball - Reds
Football - Bengals
In 2009, Cincinnati was rated the 19th most dangerous city in the United States. Great efforts have been made to cause a reduction in that percentage.
Blue Ash is a quiet and idyllic neighborhood; like the modernized version of a perfect 50ís neighborhood. Blue Ash is neat and clean, has new houses with perfectly manicured lawns, bright shiny office buildings, and great areas of green space and wide lane roads that stretch as far as the eye can see. Blue Ash is considered one of the best places in Ohio to raise a family and become gainfully employed. Blue Ash is picturesque yet simple, There's a wholesomeness about Blue Ash that provides welcome relief from the hustle and bustle of big city life. Although the population of Blue Ash is only about 13,000, the daytime population in Blue Ash almost quadruples in size. Great for families with children, Blue Ash has been named in both editions of the book "50 Fabulous Places to Raise a Family." Blue Ash is favored by families for its safe neighborhoods, ample recreational facilities and good schools
Clifton is filled with tree-lined, walkable streets, historic gaslights and fun, independent shops and eatery. Gaslight Clifton is an eclectic urban village with a mix of living arrangements ranging from college student and young professional rentals to millionaire estates, Clifton residents are a great combination of racial diversity, political affiliations, age, class and background. The main thoroughfare of Ludlow Avenue offers everything you would need from food to shopping. There's a movie theatre and a whole host of non-chain restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques and coffee shops to take advantage of. Clifton is also home to some terrific public green spaces in which to relax, take a walk, and enjoy your natural surroundings
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Downtown is a delightful microcosm of the entire city. Downtown shows off Cincinnati's keen business accoutrement, love for entertainment and fine dining, and its passion for art and culture. There are Fortune 500 companies, world class art organizations, new and attractive urban living, great shopping and fine dining all within the boundaries of downtown. There's an excitement and a buzz from those who work downtown, and a relaxed excitement and buzz for those who celebrate in downtown in the evening. One of the best regional libraries is within walking distance of Downtown. Downtown is truly the heart of Cincinnati. The central Downtown area, roughly spanning Central Parkway to the river, between Plum and Broadway, is easily navigable - you can cross it on foot within twenty minutes.
Glendale is a beautiful, peaceful and quaint village inside the city of Ohio. Unlike a typical sprawling suburb, Glendale is a tiny community, with a population of 2,170 people in an area of 1.7 square miles. Glendale boasts tree-lined streets, and expansive green spaces to enjoy throughout the year. Once a safe haven for runaway slaves and a major stop on the Underground Railroad, Glendale is now an escape for world weary citizens seeking solace from the hustle and bustle of too busy lives. Those who live in Glendale appreciate the old-world feel, the slower pace of life, the ample green space and the safe streets.
Kenwood is best known as the epicenter of Cincinnati shopping. Kenwood has lovely residential areas, and its convenient to I-71. Kenwood is located in close proximity to Downtown and the surrounding suburbs. Kenwood is a nice midway between urban and suburban living. Its close enough to be considered centrally located, but far enough away to avoid the traffic jams, elevated noise levels and crowds associated with being in the city. The Metro service along Montgomery Road and a Park-and-Ride commuter lot behind Kenwood Baptist Church provide additional transportation options. Overall, Kenwood's central location, wonderful shopping, and quiet residential areas make it a desirable place to live.
Northside is hip, progressive and demonstrates an appreciation for music, art, social activism, and overall creativity. The Northside is great for people who enjoy a liberal environment to work and play in. The diverse and inclusive community offers great independent music options, fantastic one of a kind restaurants, and a strong sense of community for everyone who wants to live there. Besides the great entertainment, viable housing market and appreciation for art and culture, there's a tremendous pride in getting things done on the Northside. Residents take ownership for their neighborhood and desire to keep it the best place to live in Ohio.