Living in Cleveland


     Cleveland offers a great array of opportunities for those interested in living in the city or the suburbs around it. Northeast Ohio’s low cost of living offers affordable housing within the city and the surrounding areas. As some of the oldest and most lively neighborhoods, Ohio City, Coventry and Tremont are ideal for individuals who want to live in a vibrant neighborhood within the city. Attractions such as the Westside Market, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Playhouse Square and many famous food establishments do not disappoint, offering outstanding food, nightlife and entertainment without ever leaving the city. For a weekend getaway, consider Niagara Falls or Cedar Point (one of the top amusement parks in the world) located approximately 3.5 or 2 hours away respectively.

    As the sister city of Brasov, Cleveland is also home to one of the largest and oldest Romanian communities in the country. Multiple Romanian businesses and community establishments call Cleveland home. The city is also home to St. Mary’s Orthodox Church, the oldest Romanian parish in America, founded in 1904. Throughout the year, the Romanian community in northeast Ohio hosts numerous festivals showcasing the country’s culture and cuisine, enabling individuals to feel closer to home and become more connected with their roots.



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A few places to consider:

•          Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum

•          Cleveland Orchestra

•          Playhouse Square

•          Cleveland Museum of Art

•          Cleveland Museum of Natural History

•          Cleveland Botanical Gardens

•          Cleveland Metroparks

•          Cleveland  Public Library

•          Crocker Park & Legacy Village Shopping Centers

•          Edgewater Park

•          Great Lakes Science Center

•          Progressive Field (baseball)

•          Quicken Loans Arena

•          Warehouse District