Cincinnati is the third largest city in the State of Ohio and The Cincinnati Metropolitan Area is the largest within the State. Cincinnati is sometimes thought of as the first ‘purely American city’ as it was the first major city founded after the American Revolution. The city itself is known for its large offering of historic architecture, with Over-the-Rhine housing one of the world's most extensive collections of Italian architecture. Over-the-Rhine was the hub for German immigrants for a number of years, and is one of the largest historic districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Cincinnati operates a fantastic park system, which is currently ranked 4th in the nation. It boasts that any city resident is within 1 mile of a park. There are plentiful amenities within the city, including retail outlets, banks, libraries, convenience stores, restaurants and coffee shops.
Setting up your business here
Many major corporations call Cincinnati their home, including Procter & Gamble, Macy's, Inc. (owner of Macy's and Bloomingdale's), Benziger Brothers, American Financial Group, First Group and Fifth Third Bank. Nine Fortune 500 companies and fifteen Fortune 1000 companies have headquarters in the Cincinnati area. The region ranks in the nation's Top 10 markets for number of Fortune 500 headquarters per million residents, higher than Boston, Chicago, New York and Los Angeles. Transportation links in the area are efficient and offer commuters a hassle-free journey to work.
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Things to do in Cincinnati
Findlay Market is Ohio's oldest market and one of Cincinnati's most famous institutions. The market is the last remaining from the many that were once prominent within Cincinnati. The city is home to two major sports teams, the Cincinnati Reds and the Cincinnati Bengals, both of which are well-supported by locals. The Cincinnati Masters is also hosted here, as is the Flying Pig Marathon, the Macy's Music Festival, and the Thanksgiving Day race. Theater has been a popular pass-time in Cincinnati since the 1800’s and is as vibrant as ever. There are various theater companies located in the area and these include Ensemble Theater Cincinnati, Cincinnati Shakespeare Company and the Know Theater of Cincinnati. The Aronoff Center hosts many traveling Broadway shows each year. Cincinnati's German heritage is in evidence by the many eateries that specialize in schnitzels and Bavarian cooking. There are restaurants to suit every palette, with Embers, on Montgomery Road, providing a classic steakhouse venue which offers a variety of food including steaks and chops, sushi, fresh seafood, BBQ ribs and rotisserie chicken.
- Subway: N/A
- Railway: Amtrak Cincinnati
- Nearest freeway: I-71, I-75, I-471
- Nearest airports: Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport
- Other: All major bus routes served nearby