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Bond Hill, Cincinnati, OH

The city of Cincinnati is one of the up and coming metropolitan areas in the U.S., located along the north bank of the Ohio River and within close proximity to the Ohio-Kentucky border. Those looking for a great place to raise a family or simply get a fresh start will find a lot to love about apartments in Bond Hill. This neighborhood is located just north of the downtown center and puts new residents within range of a wide variety of recreational attractions, shopping opportunities and everything else the city has to offer. The following benefits could convince prospective residents to make the move to "The Queen City."

Take in Cincinnati's arts and culture

The city of Cincinnati has a vibrant arts and culture scene that those who live in apartments in Bond Hill can enjoy throughout the year. A must-see attraction for classical music fans is the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, which is the oldest orchestra in the state of Ohio. The group has played a leading role in the cultural life of Greater Cincinnati and plays numerous events throughout the year. Another great option is the Cincinnati Art Museum, which contains more than 100,000 works of art from all over the world.

Get involved in Cincinnati sports

Whether new residents are into professional or minor league sports, Cincinnati's diverse sports market has a little bit of something for everyone. The city is home to the National Football League's Bengals, Major League Baseball's Reds, as well as the Cincinnati Masters, a very important tennis event on the ATP and WTA Tours. For some action on the ice, check out the Cincinnati Cyclones, a minor league hockey team that plays in the East Coast Hockey League.

Explore the American Sign Museum

One of the most popular attractions in downtown Cincinnati is the American Sign Museum, which contains thousands of examples of signage and advertisements throughout American history. With examples dating as far back as 1870 and as recently as 1970, both kids and adults alike can take in the sights and sounds of a bevy of neon, wooden, and hand-carved signs that will be a welcome trip down memory lane.

Additional Local Resources

Public Schools

http://www.cps-k12.org/

Electric

http://www.duke-energy.com/

Water/Sewer

http://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/water/