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Furnished Corporate Housing in Cleveland Ohio

Utilities, TV, High-Speed Internet, Linens, & Kitchenware Included in Every Rental!

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3 Months or Longer – from $83/night

Cleveland Ohio

Cleveland, Ohio is a large city on the shores of Lake Erie, northwest of Pittsburgh and southeast of Detroit. Originally founded for autos and manufacturing, the city has retained that industrial base while diversifying into financial services, biotechnology and medicine.

The city is very culturally diverse and has many galleries, museums and events going on all year round. Despite what Florida may lead you to believe, there are more golf courses here per head than anywhere else in the country!

Corporate housing in Cleveland is mainly comprised of furnished apartments and condominiums. Each will be fully furnished and equipped and contain all utilities.

Employment in Cleveland

Cleveland was settled because of its position on Lake Erie and being at the mouth of the Cuyahoga River. The addition of the Ohio and Erie Canal and railroad links added transportation to that. The modern Cleveland has increased the breadth of industry here though.

Major employers in Cleveland include Group Management Services Inc., U.S. Office of Personnel Management, Progressive Corp., Giant Eagle Inc., City of Cleveland, The MetroHealth System, Summa Health, KeyCorp, FirstEnergy Corp., Kent State University, Sherwin-Williams Co., Swagelok Co., Case Western Reserve University, Aultman Health Foundation, Huntington National Bank, Ford Motor Co., Lincoln Electric, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., General Motors Co., TimkenSteel Corp., Howard Hanna Real Estate Services, Nestle, Signet Jewelers, Discount Drug Mart Inc., The Lubrizol Corp., ArcelorMittal, Lake Health, Cleveland State University and the University of Akron.

Medical centers in Cleveland include Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals, Akron Children’s Hospital, Mercy Medical Center, Mercy Health – Lorain Hospital and UH Cleveland Medical Center.

Getting around Cleveland

Flying into Cleveland will see you at either Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) or Akron-Canton Airport (CAK). Cleveland Hopkins is 13 miles southwest and Akron-Canton 50 miles south.

Cleveland Lakefront Station handles Amtrak routes while the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority, also known as “RTA” run local light rail across the entire city.

Greyhound and Megabus both have routes to and from Cleveland.

Road is mainly how we get around and Cleveland has lots of them including I-71, I-77, I-80, I-90, I-271, I-480, I-490, The West Shoreway, The Jennings Freeway, The Berea Freeway and US 422. Driving around Cleveland is probably easier than in most other cities despite the volume of traffic.

Living in Cleveland

There is a lot more to Cleveland than cars and production lines. It has a huge cultural significance and because of its size and diversity, has a lot to see and do.

Neighborhoods of Cleveland include Kamm’s Corner, University District, Edgewater, Tremont, Old Brooklyn, Jefferson, Downtown, Ohio City-West Side, Goodrich-Kirkland, Saint Claire-Superior, Old Brooklyn, Puritas Longmead, West Boulevard, South Broadway, Mt Pleasant, Glenville and Lee Miles.

Things to see and do in Cleveland include Lake Erie, Forest City, Cleveland Metropark, Ohio & Erie Canal, Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Goodtime III, Lolly the Trolley, the Cleveland Theater District, Cleveland Play House, Cleveland State University Department of Theatre and Dance, The Cleveland Orchestra and The Cleveland Museum of Art.

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Cleveland, Ohio