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Euclid OH, 44123
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Euclid OH, 44123
Newly renovated! Affordable one, two and three bedroom homes in Euclid! Washer/Dryer included in all townhomes!
Euclid OH, 44132
Beyond Your Expectations... Lakeside Living At It's Best!
Euclid OH, 44123
Find your home by Lake Erie and Sims Park. Located in the historic and scenic community of Euclid, we offer a carefree lifestyle that lets you relax in our quiet park like setting. The Euclid community offers special events to attract all ages. Call today!
Euclid OH, 44123
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Overview of Euclid
The quiet city of Euclid, Ohio, sits on magnificent Lake Erie in northeastern Ohio. Located within the Cleveland metropolitan area, it has plenty of urban amenities nearby, but the city is not overwhelming in size. As industry has taken over what was once farmland in the area, Euclid has transformed into a small but unique city with old-fashioned charms and lots of local pride.
Those looking for apartments for rent in Euclid will have the opportunity to experience the community's quiet way of life and green initiatives. The city has added solar panels to the rooftops of several public buildings and even allowed wind turbines to provide some of the community's electricity.
Living in Euclid, OH
A Revolutionary War lieutenant is assumed to be the founder of Euclid Township. After building a log cabin in the area, other individuals began to settle around him and establish small wheat and grape farms. Lake Erie provided the groundwork for industry later on, and the town utilized its location on the waterfront to build ships, in addition to developing industries like saltworks, sawmills and gristmills.
Euclid became a city in 1931, and soon after, World War II resulted in huge growth around the area. Remaining farmland was replaced with new industry, and the Euclid's city planner carefully separated the growing commercial plots of land from residential neighborhoods, creating a carefully zoned, livable city.
Euclid has a population of 48,541, according to July 2011 data gathered by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Euclid Work and Study
Those looking to study in the Euclid area will find that Notre Dame College is located just minutes away in the neighboring town of South Euclid. The institution was founded in 1922 as a four-year, Catholic women's university. The college changed throughout the years, and now provides a coeducational environment for nearly 2,000 students. A variety of academic majors and athletics draw many people in the area to this institution. Another option for those looking to attend classes is Lakeland Community College, in nearby Kirtland. Since the school welcomed its first students in 1967, it has grown enormously. It now offers attendees more than 1,000 for-credit courses, many degrees and almost 100 certificates.
Metropolitan Cleveland is only about 20 minutes away, which makes Euclid a perfect commuter city for those working downtown. Large employers in the Euclid area include Notre Dame College, University Suburban Health Center, AeroControlex Group, Rochling-Glastic Composites and Gent Machine. Plenty of local small businesses also employ residents.
Rentals in Euclid, OH, and Cost of Living
Apartments in Euclid typically rent for approximately $600 to $900, according to data gathered by the U.S. Census Bureau. The same source indicates that the median gross rent in Euclid is $706 per month.
Along with reasonable rental costs, the cost of living in northeastern Ohio is lower than in most major cities. This allows residents of Euclid to enjoy fairly low prices on consumer products.
Euclid Attractions and Special Events
Euclid offers plenty of outdoor attractions and activities for those who want to enjoy some time outside. There are multiple parks in the city, and some feature amenities such as tennis courts, skate parks, swimming pools and baseball fields. Those who wish to enjoy Euclid's proximity to the Great Lakes can head over to the public beaches on Lake Erie. Even though swimming is forbidden, visitors can walk along the shore and watch the sunset.
Residents can take advantage of the Shore Cultural Centre, which offers an array of classes in the arts. Dance, drama, cooking, music, pottery and painting classes are available to anyone who wishes to learn at the centre. There's also a farmers market where residents can drop by to pick up locally grown produce, homemade baked goods and plants.
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