Situated right below Lake Erie in northeastern Ohio, the city of Cleveland is home to a culturally diverse population of nearly 400,000 residents who enjoy the lovely seasonal climate, outstanding quality of life, and exceptionally low cost of living for which the city is known. With more than 59% of the civilian work force employed at some 26,000 businesses scattered across the city, the 24-minute commute time is a huge draw, as well.
Residents and visitors alike will find a wealth of cultural, recreational, and educational resources just waiting to be explored! Cleveland is home to a number of professional sports teams, including the Cleveland Indians, Cleveland Browns, and Cleveland Cavaliers, as well as popular landmarks such as the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and West Side Market, Cleveland’s oldest public market featuring over 100 vendors offering daily fare of fresh meats and seafood, dairy products, fresh vegetables, and fresh-cut flowers. For families, the Cedar Point Amusement Park and Cleveland Aquarium offer fun for all ages, while adults can enjoy a night on the town at any number of after-hours venues like the Hard Rock Rocksino, Velvet Tango Room, and Playhouse Square. The city boasts numerous celebrated eateries, as well. The Diamond Grille, Aldo’s, and L'Albatros Brasserie and Bar are just a few of the excellent dining choices available to patrons seeking the ultimate experience in food, service, and atmosphere.
Cleveland boasts several colleges and universities, as well as numerous venues of cultural interest such as the Cleveland Museum of Art, famous for its collection of the old masters, and Severance Hall, home to the Cleveland Orchestra.
Whether you’re just visiting or planning to stay awhile, the beautiful city of Cleveland has something to offer everyone!