Overview of Cleveland
Never be bored
When you move into your new area, you'll notice that there's a little bit of everything, ensuring that everybody's interests can be fulfilled nearby.
Working in downtown may force you to deal with a lot of congestion and noise, but your walk to the office will take you through the Cleveland Public Square, which features interesting architecture and sculptures among plenty of lush greenery. It can be a great place to go on the weekends for some exercise or to read a book borrowed from the Cleveland Public Library right down the street from the square. Alternatively, you can also move your routine to other nearby parks, including the Fort Huntington Park and Willard Park.
Of course the expanded living space of your new Cleveland townhouse will require some great new furniture and decor. This can purchased at the Galleria at Erieview, which is a short 12-minute drive away.
Architecture buffs will want to swing by the historic Arcade, where the Victorian designs will be sure to amaze. Grab a bite and have a seat while you're there. Additionally, there are a number of services available at the venue that could come in handy someday.
Progressive Field, home to the Cleveland Indians, is right in your backyard. It's a short 4-minute walk away and will be sure to keep you busy on game nights. If you're a lover of all sports, FirstEnergy Stadium is only a 16-minute walk.
The famous House of Blues' Cleveland branch sits right outside your new residence and has featured artists such as the Dropkick Murphys, Zedd and many more. If you ever feel like taking up the stage, the venue is also available for hosting private parties and special events.
With so many different attractions nearby, you won't have to worry about boring nights or having anyone over whose interests won't be satisfied by everything your townhouse in the Entertainment District has to offer.
Never go hungry
Your daily meals will be as exciting and fun as you are when you're dining in the hometown of Iron Chef, Michael Symon, who owns two restaurants in the area. Travel Channel's "No Reservations" star Anthony Bourdain filmed an episode in the area as well. Additionally, Cleveland's cuisine has been recognized by a number of publications, from Gourmet Magazine to Food & Wine. Some food critics have compared Cleveland's restaurant offerings to some of the best spots in Chicago and New York.
Your meal options range from cafe items to ethnic cuisine to traditional American fare and more. To top it off, there are plenty of dessert shops and pubs around. The short walk home will ensure that you can enjoy a great night out with friends and still have plenty of time to prepare for work the next day.
When you move into your new townhouse in the Entertainment District, you won't have to sacrifice any of your favorite activities. It's more likely that you'll be picking up new hobbies and adding more restaurants to your weekly roster. With its prime location, you won't have to worry about cramming all everything into a single night because you'll be living in the heart of it all.