Overview of Downtown Cleveland
Situated along the shoreline of Lake Erie, Downtown Cleveland is an ideal place to live. With the fairly low cost of living and abundance of attractive apartments throughout the city, this friendly community welcomes new-comers and Ohio natives alike. Greater Cleveland not only has some of the best municipal parks in the U.S. it is also known for its world-famous orchestra, library, zoos and art museum. From outdoor adventures to endless hours of culture, there are many reasons to make Downtown Cleveland your home.
Downtown Cleveland Apartments
Apartments in Downtown Cleveland are extremely affordable with monthly rates starting around $650 for a one bedroom apartment. There are also many high-rise luxury options available at a higher rate. Whether you’re looking for a budget-friendly apartment or some lavish Downtown digs, there is something for you.
Cleveland Dining & Entertainment
There’s so much to see and do in Cleveland that it’s simply endless. Downtown is renowned for its upscale stores and boutiques. The momentous indoor shopping streets consist of exclusive retail shops and restaurants. The Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum, Sweetie’s Golfland, Edgewater Park, Rocky River Reservation, and Cleveland Metroparks Zoo are all popular with local residents. The 165 acre zoo has more than 3,000 animals of 600 different species from throughout the world. Downtown Cleveland is also home to many terrific bars and nightclubs.
Pet Friendly Apartments
Downtown Cleveland neighborhoods are noted for being pet friendly, and most rental homes and apartments welcome pets. There are 12 restaurants in the city that welcome dogs at their outdoor dining tables, including a nice Italian restaurant on Sixth Street called Johnny's Downtown. Cleveland has numerous veterinarians, pet shops, dog grooming parlors and leash-free dog parks.
Commuting Around Town
Downtown Cleveland is accessible without difficulty by way of Rapid Transit Train from the airport and other parts of the city. There are also shuttles, trolleys, buses, taxis and plenty of places to park your own car if you want to drive your own vehicle. While all of the Downtown Cleveland neighborhoods are easily walkable, if the weather is bad, you can simply use the Waterfront Rail Line to get around town or to the local attractions.