Overview of Cincinnati
Now that you're going out into the world on your own, you'll want a cheap apartment in Cincinnati that's close enough to the city to commute to work. But you'll also want your neighborhood to have its own vibe and culture - something fun and unique, just like your lifestyle. When you move into Northside, you'll quickly realize how great the atmosphere is for a young professional.
Embrace the neighborhood
Northside boasts a proud and tight-knit community that's liberal and progressive. There's no need to hold back in your new neighborhood - it's all for LGBT rights, locally-owned stores and restaurants, independent music and all kinds of visual arts.
Residents of the cheap apartments for rent in Northside will never want to leave their area on weekends. Why get in the car and drive into the city when you can bike around town? Enjoy its many cafes and restaurants, drop into the many art galleries to admire the work of local artists, check out hard-to-find albums at small music stores, shop for groceries at the farmers' markets and take up any number of activities involving the eclectic local businesses.
If you're looking for a quiet day away from the old buildings of the Northside and the towering skyscrapers of Cincinnati, the Buttercup Valley Preserve sits right outside your new neighborhood, to the north. Swing by for a hike and decide whether you'd prefer a paved trail or a woodland one. The natural trail will be sure to make you forget all about the city.
Want to enjoy some marvelous architecture with a scenic backdrop? That's not an issue, thanks to Mount Storm Park, located south of your cheap Cincinnati apartment. Architecture buffs and nature lovers alike will want to drink in the grandeur of the structures standing among the lush greenery.
Getting around won't be an issue. Cincinnati lies a mere fourteen minutes away by car. No car? No problem. Utilizing public transportation will only take forty-eight minutes. Meanwhile, if you're an avid biker, you'll want to take advantage of Northside's Mo-Bo Bicycle Co-Op before embarking on the thirty-seven minute ride to the city.
Don't be bored
With the plethora of local activities your new neighborhood offers, you probably won't be leaving very often. If you're hands-on and passionate about biking, spend your weekends at the MoBo Bicycle Co-Op to keep your bike in top condition. The non-profit organization is run by volunteers who look to provide assistance to bike-enthusiasts. Members have access to the shop and all its tools. Additionally, it serves as a sort of bicycle hospital, where vehicles are rescued and recycled.
Supporters of the arts will feel right at home in Northside's cheap apartments. Be sure to visit the many galleries in the area. Keep an eye out for local art sales to help furnish your new home. If you're itching for live music, swing by the numerous venues that host startup musicians and show your support.
The healthy-minded will want to drop into the Northside Farmers Market, which is held year-round. Local farmers from the tri-state area sell their goods at this gathering. There are over a dozen vendors featured at the Market, with several occasional sellers as well. You won't have to worry about running low on locally-grown food when you're living in Northside.
Your neighborhood should be as exciting as your life is. Northside boasts one of the most unique and progressive neighborhoods in the Cincinnati area that will be sure to draw you out of your new abode. For an affordable home with plenty to do outside of the city, look no further than Northside's cheap apartments.
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