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Madisonville, Cincinnati, OH

Apartments in Madisonville, Cincinnati, OH

Lying on the eastern edge of the downtown center of Cincinnati, Ohio, lies the beautiful neighborhood of Madisonville. The area was named for the newly-elected James Madison in 1809 and its name was changed to Madisonville after several decades before it was incorporated into the city of Cincinnati in 1911. Since then, the neighborhood has undergone many changes and has become a highly sought-after place to live for those moving to the area. Individuals who are thinking about renting apartments in Madisonville will find a locale that's brimming with opportunities and within close range of many of the city's best hotspots.

Beat the heat at Coney Island

The state of Ohio is known for its fantastic amusement parks, and those residing in apartments in Madisonville will have plenty to enjoy at Coney Island Amusement Park. With a full-scale water park, roller coasters, Ferris wheels and live shows, there's a little bit of something for everyone. Other attractions include mini golf, games of skill and bungee jumping domes and gift shops that can enrich the overall experience.

Beautiful public parks

The Madisonville neighborhood is just a short walk or drive away from many of the city's best public parks, and one that's right in many Madisonville residents' backyards is Mariemont Gardens Park. This gorgeous area offers stunning views of the Ohio River, walking trails, picnic areas, freshwater fishing and myriad other outdoor activities. The riverfront area is also home to a number of historic houses and breathtaking scenery, so it could be the ideal spot for a post dinner walk or a morning jog.

Explore Cincinnati's landmarks

The city of Cincinnati is brimming with a slew of landmarks and points of interest, and they are great places to go after moving into an apartment in Madisonville. Take a trip down to Fountain Square to check out the gorgeous public fountains, outdoor seating areas and the hive of activity that takes place each day. For a much more extensive view of the city, take a trip to Carew Tower's observation deck located between 4th and 5th streets for an amazing view of the surrounding landscape. Last but not least, explore the local sports scene during spring through fall by stopping by Great American Ballpark to see the Cincinnati Reds in action. 

Additional Local Resources

Public Schools

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

Electric

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

Water/Sewer

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