A town with culinary zeal.
Cincinnati is the fifth most affordable metropolitan area to live in the United States. Forty-nine other metropolitan areas were compared and figures such as median asking price of homes on the market and median salary pay were considered.
Cincinnati’s Children’s Hospital named the No. 3 Children’s Hospital. Children’s scored in the top 10 in all 10 specialties evaluated for the report.
Cincinnati is the 2nd most cost friendly business location among the 31 largest U.S. metros.
Cincinnati is ranked No. 9 on list of 25 Midsize Cities for Art. Home to the Contemporary Arts Center, the Cincinnati Art Museum and the Taft Museum of Art as well as other museums and galleries, Cincinnati is a top destination for art.
Cincinnati is one of the best places to live in the United States, according to 2014 ranking.
Let’s raise a glass to [Cincinnati's] Over-the-Rhine. It seems only appropriate. From an outsider’s perspective — and no doubt many natives as well — the renovation of Over-the-Rhine is nothing short of amazing.
One of the best cities to start a new career.
Cincinnati strikes me as a drum major for a parade of heartland towns…now marching to a different beat. Their heritage (rich) and their living costs (relatively cheap) have attracted interest, especially from millennials saddled with job expectations (lower) and college debt (higher). But Cincinnati stands out.
Cincinnati is seventh on the top 10 list of “Cities that Rock.” Cities were chosen based on the talent in their music scenes, venues and record stores.