Whether you’re starting a new job a few states away or you are moving just for a change of scenery, long distance moving can be a tricky process. Regardless of when or where you make a move within the United States, you’ll need to decide whether or not you’ll move yourself or hire a professional […]
Cleveland rocks – and not just because it’s home to the famed Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Once there were steel mills and shipping facilities along Lake Erie and the Cuyahoga River Valley, but now water sports and waterfront views have replaced factories and loading docks. An urban renewal program cleaned up the industrial zones, created exciting entertainment venues, and brought new sports stadiums to the city. Visitors and residents will find multiple cultural institutions, a variety of restaurants and bars, and abundant green space.
With a population of 388,812, Cleveland is Ohio’s second largest city after Columbus. Cleveland has an urban feel, but still maintains a small-town atmosphere among 23,000 acres of parks and nature preserves. Downtown is home to University Circle, a concentration of educational and cultural institutions including Case Western Reserve University, the Cleveland Botanical Garden, Cleveland Museum of Art, and the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.
Residents love the low cost of living, and all are welcome in one of Ohio’s most diverse cities. Welcome to Cleveland!