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Cincinnati's Great Neighborhoods

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Blue Ash

Blue Ash, located about 20 minutes north of Downtown, is like the modernized version of a perfect 50' neighborhood – that offers a simple, wholesome lifestyle with contemporary conveniences.
Blue Ash is second to Cincinnati as the largest employer in the area, helping to support about 2,000 businesses.

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Clifton

Tree-lined, walkable streets, historic gaslights and fun, independent shops and eateries make the neighborhood of Gaslight Clifton an eclectic urban village.
The main street offers all the basic amenities, including a pharmacy, grocery store, library and movie theater, as well as non-chain restaurants, neighborhood bars, coffee shops and boutiques.

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Downtown

Downtown is a microcosm of the entire city - and one that reveals Cincinnati's keen business ethic, love for dining and entertainment and passion for the arts. Fortune 500 corporations, attractive urban living, world class arts organizations, exquisite dining, fun shopping and one of the region's best libraries all co-exist within easy walking distance from one another. Downtown is truly the heart of Cincinnati.

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Hyde Park/Oakley

A trendy meeting place, a thriving business district, Hyde Park and Oakley are upscale neighborhoods with a good balance between offering a cozy, village feel while at the same time supplying all the amenities of a modern commercial area.
Popular with professionals looking for classy hangouts and romantic dinners, these neighborhoods offers something for everyone.

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Kenwood

Kenwood is best known for its shopping, boasting what is widely considered to be the most upscale mall in the city, Kenwood Towne Centre. It also contains lovely residential areas, and its convenient location provides quick and easy access to Downtown and surrounding suburbs. Kenwood embodies a happy medium between urban and suburban living. 

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Mason

Mason is known as a place to have fun; Mason boasts the region's best known theme park, Kings Island, as well as the newer Beach Water Park and Great Wolf Lodge and Conference Center. Recreation is also a top priority in Mason; the Tennis Masters Series draws world class men's and women's professional tennis every summer. 
  

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Montgomery

The key to Montgomery is convenience. It is within close driving distance of Downtown and surrounding suburbs. Montgomery provides its own array of dining, shopping and nightlife options, but also benefits from its close proximity to Kenwood Towne Centre, Cincinnati's most upscale shopping mall.
 

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Mount Adams

Known for its stunning views of the city, Mt. Adams is a small, pristine neighborhood reminiscent of a London borough. Full of independent shops and restaurants, as well as beautiful parks, Mt. Adams is one of the best places in the city to take a romantic stroll or catch a sunset.
Mt. Adams is home to Krohn Conservatory, Eden Park and Cincinnati Art Museum.

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Mount Lookout

Home to Cincinnati's only astronomical observatory and to one of the city's largest parks, Mt. Lookout is a trendy, affluent neighborhood. Only a short, scenic drive along the river from Downtown, Mt Lookout's upscale homes are also within walking distance of Mt. Lookout Square, the neighborhood's mini-business district full of restaurants, bars, and independent retailers.

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Northside

Hip, alternative and progressive, Northside is where artists, musicians, social activists and creative types of all kinds flock to live, work and play. Some Cincinnati' most unique eateries and music venues have their home in Northside. 
Northside is one of Cincinnati's quiet treasures, well worth visiting.

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Over-The-Rhine

Over-the-Rhine is home to the Cincinnati Symphony, Music Hall, the Cincinnati Opera, School for Creative and Performing Arts, Know Theatre, New Stage Collective and Ensemble Theatre. It is also where you can find Cincinnati's oldest public market, Findlay Market. Full of specialty retail shops and boutiques, Over-the-Rhine makes a great place to visit - it's centrally located and within walking distance to all of Downtown.

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Price Hill

Price Hill covers over 6 square miles and is one of the oldest outlying settlements of Cincinnati.
Mount Echo Park has astounding views of the Ohio River Valley and has a Pavilion that sits at 825 feet above sea level.
The Incline Public House, a popular restaurant in Price Hill, is so named because of the famous Cincinnati Incline that traveled to Price Hill.  

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Sharonville

About 15 minutes from Downtown, Sharonville captures both the density of the city and the tranquility of a suburb. 
Sharonville has become a destination spot for families and special events, with its new CoCo Keys Water Resort and Hotel and the Sharonville Convention Center, which hosts private and public events year-round.

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West Chester

West Chester is the perfect weekend destination for families, groups of friends, and group tours. 
West Chester has the world's largest indoor train-themed entertainment center, EnterTRAINment Junction. 
Don't forget to stop by the IKEA in West Chester, the only IKEA in Ohio!
Visit West Chester for fun and exciting shopping, dining, and entertainment.