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Central Business District, Cincinnati, OH

Apartments in the Central Business District, Cincinnati, OH

Situated on the shores of the Ohio River, the Central Business District, Cincinnati, OH rentals offer a fast-paced environment for young professionals and budding families who are looking to relocate to a burgeoning Midwestern metropolis. In your new abode, you will be surrounded by a variety of local businesses, scenic parks, and convenient modes of transportation. The community is an eclectic mix, comprised of newcomers and long-time residents who have called Cincinnati home their whole lives. 

Outdoor Recreation

On weekends, you can take advantage of the temperate Midwestern climes and journey to one of the local parks. Washington Park is a placid cluster of tall evergreen trees and verdant grass that is tucked amid a bustling urban enclave. There, you and your significant other can unwind from your day by taking a stroll on the paved walking paths as the sun sets to the east. If you have children, they can run about with their new friends at the Spring Street Playground while you hang out and socialize with your fellow parents and neighbors. Also, just a short drive away there's Bellevue Hill Park and Jackson Hill Park on the northern edge of the city. These natural escapes are flanked by quaint suburban streets, making them the ideal places to get a momentary mental vacation from the fast-paced urban environ. 

Easy Access

Your apartment for rent in Central Business District, Cincinnati, Ohio grants you easy access to everything that the city has to offer. If you are an arts and culture enthusiast, then you can check out Cincinnati Art Museum and the American Sign Museum, or you can catch a show at the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. For those who have a penchant for athletics, you'll practically be able to hear the crack of the bat come springtime, with the Reds' Great American Ball Park just a short drive to the south. Also nearby is the Paul Brown Stadium, home to the NFL's Bengals. Some other sites that are worth your weekends include the Eden Park, Krohn Conservatory and the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. 

Education

There are several highly-reputable schools that your children will be able to attend. A notable private institution that has garnered a reputation for excellence within the community is the School for Creative and Performing Arts. There, your child will acquire all of the necessary academic skills but also be able to cultivate a creativity and imagination that will make him or her a more dynamic individual. 

Additional Local Resources

Public Schools

http://www.cps-k12.org

Water/Sewer

City of Cincinnati
http://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/water

Electric Company

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