With a population of 2.1 million, Cincinnati is part of the 24th largest U.S. metropolitan area and it is growing fast! Dayton and Cincinnati are rapidly coming together in a rush of housing, retail and commercial development across Warren and Butler counties.
The rush to the middle during the past decade has linked Cincinnati and Dayton with subdivisions, industrial parks and shopping centers that have overrun municipal boundaries. According to the Brookings institution, the Cincinnati area is among the nations 25 fastest developing regions and since 1990 Butler County’s population has increased by 14%. The cost of living and the cost of housing are well below the national average making this an affordable and attractive place to live. Cincinnati has a small town feel with all the amenities of a big city. It’s a lively, safe, affordable region with a commuter friendly atmosphere and a work force of 1.5 million within a 50 mile radius of the city center.
Cincinnati is home to the headquarters of 10 Fortune 500 companies and 17 Fortune 1000 companies.
In the Media
"Ranked #5 in “America’s Most Affordable Cities”" - Forbes magazine 2011
"Ranked #1 city in Ohio for “Best Cities For Young Professionals”" -
"Ranked #7 as the “Most Romantic City” in the United States" -
"Ranked #3 for Top US Travel Destinations" - Lonely Planet 2012