Contrary to national perception, Cleveland is a fantastic place to live, and the greater Cleveland area has quite a lot to offer! Check out some of our favorite things that prove that “Cleveland Rocks” (and don’t you forget it!).
Greater Cleveland is very affordable compared to other major cities in America. Cleveland is also a city without the major urban sprawl of places like Dallas, TX. Visit This Is Cleveland’s website to learn more.
Food and Brews
Boasting a Top 10 food scene in the nation, Cleveland is home to nationally renowned chefs Michael Symon and Jonathon Sawyer. Downtown Cleveland and the surrounding neighborhoods offer an endless supply of food to tempt even the most discerning foodie.
Cleveland Health Care
People come from all over the world to be treated at Cleveland hospitals. The Cleveland Clinic is in the Top 4 hospitals in the nation, and nearby University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center is rated among the Top 25 U.S. cancer centers. University Hospitals Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital is also among the Top 10 children’s hospitals in the country.
Neighborhoods like Tremont, Ohio City, Gordon Square, and Lakewood (among many others) offer a unique blend of old and new and are a trendy feature as Cleveland reemerges as a great place to live. With Downtown just minutes away, these remain their own vibrant, walkable communities.
The Cleveland Metroparks
Explore 18 nature preserves spanning more than 23,000 acres with more than 300 miles of trails, eight golf courses, eight lakefront parks, and a nationally-acclaimed zoo. These beautiful parks offer recreation and nature education programs like hiking, mountain biking, stand up paddle-boarding, kayaking, snowshoeing, cross country skiing.
Cleveland pretty much invented Rock & Roll and is, of course, home of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Cleveland hosts music festivals throughout the year and is home to iconic music venues like Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica, Blossom Music Center, The Agora, and the Grog Shop on Coventry.
Playhouse Square is the second largest theater district in the United States and attracts more than one million guests per year to its 1,000+ annual events. The recently renovated, over 100-year-old Cleveland Museum of Art, which is free, houses a permanent collection of more than 45,000 works of art from around the world. Cleveland is also home to the world-renowned Cleveland Orchestra, which plays locally in between its world tours.
Experience the joy of all four, actual seasons! While not perfect, three-month seasons, Cleveland experiences distinct seasons: Snow lovers will love all Lake Erie dishes out, our springs are mild and full of flowers, hot summer days are a great time to sit by the Lake or visit nearby Cedar Point, and those who love to see the leaves change won’t be disappointed by autumn in The Land.
In the interest of not overwhelming you with the awesomeness of Cleveland, we have left many things off this list, and we hope you’ll come see for yourself why we’ve chosen Cleveland as Inedo’s home.