Furnished Corporate Housing in Cincinnati
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Cincinnati, Ohio is the third largest city in the state with a population of around 300,000 people. Located on the Licking and Ohio rivers, the city is northeast of Louisville, southeast of Indianapolis and southwest of Columbus.
Cincinnati has a wide and diverse economy and is the largest growing economy in the Midwest. It is home to several Fortune 500 companies and has a strong automotive, banking and manufacturing base. Employment is high, as is the quality of life and opportunities are plenty if you have the right skills.
Temporary Housing in Cincinnati is made up of upscale furnished apartments within private developments. All are fully equipped, come with TV and internet and rent is fully inclusive of everything.
Employment in Cincinnati
The local economy is a mixture of headquarters, corporations, small and medium sized businesses. With a range of strong economic drivers, the city is well positioned to survive and thrive no matter what the wider economic situation might be.
Major employers in Cincinnati include Kroger Co., University of Cincinnati, The Procter & Gamble Company, Health Alliance of Greater Cincinnati, TriHealth Inc, Archdiocese of Cincinnati, Walmart Stores, Mercy Health Partners, Fifth Third Bank, GE Aviation, St. Elizabeth Healthcare, U.S. Postal Service, Hamilton County, Internal Revenue Service, City of Cincinnati, Staffmark, Frisch’s Restaurants Inc., Cincinnati Public Schools, Macy’s Inc., Cincinnati Financial, Mitsubishi Automotive Electric America, Toyota Boshoku America, First Financial Bank, Citigroup, Fidelity Investments, Huntington Bancshares, PNC Bank, US Bank, Ashland Global Specialty Chemicals Inc., LyondellBasell and Rohm and Haas.
Medical centers in Cincinnati include Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Good Samaritan Hospital, University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Mercy Health – West Hospital, The Christ Hospital, Shriners Hospitals for Children and Select Specialty Hospital.
Getting around Cincinnati
Fly into Cincinnati and you will likely use Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) which is a major hub located across the river. It’s a short drive and handles most domestic carriers and some international.
Buses are run by Greyhound, Megabus, Megabus UC and Baron’s Bus. Local bus serves are the main public transit option and are run by The Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority (Sorta) and Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (Tank).
The Cincinnati Bell Connector is the local streetcar service that covers the center of town.
Arrive by car and you can use I-71, I-74, I-75, I-471, I-275, US-50 and local routes. Getting around by car can be a challenge due to the historical nature of the city but the center uses the grid system.
Living in Cincinnati
Cincinnati is a well established city with a strong German influence. That means beer and pork are strong cultural influences also, which has added a real European flavor that resonates well with residents and tourists. The city has undergone a lot of renovation which has imbued a real sense of positivity around town too.
Neighborhoods in Cincinnati include Downtown, The Banks (Riverfront), Central Business District, East Fourth Street District, East Manufacturing & Warehouse District, Fort Washington, Lytle Park District, Ninth Street District, Race Street District, West Fourth Street District, Mount Adams, Over-the-Rhine, Brewery District, Gateway Quarter, Mohawk District, Northern Liberties, Schwartz’s Point, Sycamore-13th Street District, Pendleton, Queensgate, West End, Betts-Longworth District, Brighton, City West (Lincoln Court), Dayton Street District, Frenchman’s Corner, Laurel Homes, California, Columbia-Tusculum, Fulton, East End, East Walnut Hills, DeSales Corner, Edgecliff, Evanston, Idlewild, O’Bryonville, Hyde Park, Observatory District, Dutchtown, Kennedy Heights, Linwood, Madisonville, Mount Lookout, Mount Washington, Oakley, Eastwood, Pleasant Ridge and Dallman’s Corner.
Things to see and do in Cincinnati include Carew Tower & Observation Deck, Cincinnati Observatory Center, Fountain Square, John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge, Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum, Dayton Street Historic District, Merchantile Library, Holy Cross-Immaculata Catholic Church, Isaac M. Wise Temple, American Classical Music Hall of Fame, Cincinnati Art Museum, The Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education, Cincinnati Fire Museum, William Howard Taft National Historic Site and Betts House.
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