Cincinnati, the third largest city in Ohio, is located on the Ohio River and is know for its scenic beauty. With wooded suburbs, rolling hills and a downtown riverfront, you are sure to find an apartment to rent in a highly desirable area of the city. Cincinnati's larger metropolitan area, commonly called "Greater Cincinnati" covers parts of Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. Cincinnati is home to major-league sports, including the Cincinnati Reds, the Cincinnati Bengals, and the historic Cincinnati Masters.
Apartments in Cincinnati
Cincinnati's cost of living that is 3% below the national average. The median cost of apartment rental is $600. Among all apartments available in the city, the average rent is $550 per month.
Neighborhoods in Cincinnati
Cincinnati's unique geography nestles its neighborhoods in small basins and the hillsides that overlook them. Because of this, many of the city's neighborhoods developed very strong identities, which now give apartment renters many choices when looking for an apartment. Today's outer neighborhoods such as Clifton, Hyde Park, Mount Washington, Westwood, College Hill, and Carthage originally were settled as their own villages, with individual downtown sections of their own. Over-the-Rhine was an important neighborhood in German-American history. Northside also has its own identity. Downtown is a much sought-after area, with many apartments, condos and lofts extremely close to shopping, dining and city activity.