This is your one-stop portal for everything you need to know about living and working in Greater Cleveland.

You'll find growing industries, diverse communities, a great cost of living and award-winning schools. Your world starts here - with a world of opportunities.

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  • Heinen's opens downtown

    The center of the beautiful, historic Rotunda, is the perfect spot to grab a bite-to-eat or sit and savor the flavors of a gourmet meal. Read More
  • Public Square Springing Forward

    Click this link to learn about the exciting changes and timing. Read More
  • Republican Convention coming to Cleveland

    Enid Mickelsen, chairwoman of the RNC's site selection committee, said in a written statement: "Cleveland is a phenomenal city, and I can't think of a better place to showcase our party and our nominee in 2016 ... Cleveland has demonstrated they have the commitment, energy, and terrific facilities to help us deliver a history-making Republican convention.” Read More
  • CLEVELAND, A WORLD OF POSSIBILITIES

    An incredible place to live and work! Read More
  • HIGH-POWERED CAREERS

    Find a job in industries like Healthcare and Biotechnology, Advanced Manufacturing, Aerospace and Information Technology. Read More
  • Cleveland Anthem

    This is CLEVELAND! Read More
  • SUCCESSFUL ENTREPRENEURS

    Join our booming Entrepreneur community supported by local universities, incubators and investors. Read More
  • AWARD-WINNING COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES

    Find more than 30 distinct College and University programs, many regionally and nationally renowned. Read More
  • INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITIES

    Be a part of one of the 117 different ethnic and international communities that call Cleveland home. Read More
  • BIG CITY ASSETS

    Access over 70 percent of Fortune 500 companies, world-renowned arts institutions and national-league sports. Read More
  • SMALL TOWN ATMOSPHERE

    Live at a pace that is manageable, with people who are friendly in communities that are accessible. Read More
  • QUALITY LIFESTYLE

    Live the life you dream of, in walkable neighborhoods with great schools. Read More
  • AFFORDABLE LIFESTYLE

    Live in your dream house or apartment which might cost $427,500 in Chicago or $500,000 in NYC - but just $250,000 here! Read More
  • People who like to have fun

    Make friends who bike, hike and yes, have fun. Read More
  • THREE NATIONAL TEAMS

    Cheer the Cleveland Browns Football, Cavaliers Basketball and Cleveland Indians Baseball teams.
  • THEATER, MUSEUMS AND FESTIVALS

    Experience the #2 performing arts center next to NYC, a world-renowned Orchestra & Art Museum and so much more.
  • Tons to do outdoors

    Explore the Emerald Necklace Metro Parks with golf courses, gorgeous wooded areas and water front beaches.
  • CELEBRITY CHEFS

    Check out our food scene topped with celebrity chefs like Michael Symon, Zach Bruell and Chris Hodgson.
  • HOPPING NIGHTLIFE

    Sip a martini, throw down some dice and dance all night! We’ve got it all!
  • Don't take our word for it

    Check us out. You’ll fall in love!
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Gordon Square Arts District looks to future after completing $30m capital campaign
Improvements being planned for Gordon Square include a $2 million streetscape extension, redevelopment of Detroit Avenue as an arts corridor, and greater connectivity to the lake and surrounding neighborhoods. 
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Ridesharing -- a hassle-free way to enjoy the city -- on the rise
With the click of an app, a car from Lyft or Uber can be at your door in minutes. Despite controversy, ridesharing services are making it easier to get around Cleveland without worrying about parking and driving.  
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Baby boomers are flocking to downtown for amenities, community
It's not just millennials who are looking to ditch the suburban doldrums and get in on the urban excitement. Baby boomers have become the fastest-growing group of people migrating to downtown.
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This weekend in Cleveland: Roadkill Comedy Tour and more
This weekend, laugh with the women of Roadkill Comedy Tour, go for a ride with Critical Mass, embrace your inner animal lover at Alley Cat Project’s fundraiser, boogie with Secret Soul Club and attend a conference at CIA on art and community.
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Amidst the blight, organizations, citizens fight for future of East Cleveland
News stories about the once prosperous inner-ring suburb and home of Rockefeller have focused on the city’s financial struggles. As it continues to grapple with a reduced revenue stream and funding shortfalls, people and organizations are filling a void. 
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The Region

Greater Cleveland is part of the  "Northeast Ohio/Cleveland Plus" region boasting a $170 billion dollar economy. In addition to Greater Cleveland, the region has several other metropolitan cities bustling with business, arts & culture and great places to live - and where over 70% of the Fortune 500 companies have a presence.

   

Greater Cleveland

Entrepreneurship is booming here. Greater Cleveland, encompassing five counties - Cuyahoga, Lorain, Lake, Geauga and Medina, has entrepreneurial incubators, education and funding programs that are fast becoming the national model. We were recognized as one of the hottest regions for entrepreneurs by Entrepreneur magazine – ranking higher than San Francisco, Boston, Seattle and New York. And the Intelligent Community Forum (ICF) also listed us as one of only seven cities in the world (and the only city in the United States) to be named a “Top 7 Intelligent Community.”  

 

   

Akron

Go straight down Interstate 77 from downtown Cleveland and you get to Akron. It is so easy a drive it is not uncommon for people to commute between these communities. Akron is home to more than 21,000 businesses, including more than 150 Fortune 500 companies that have operations in the region. Some of the largest employers include The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, FedEx Custom Critical, GoJo Industries, First Energy Corporation, Bridgestone and Time Warner Cable. 

   

Canton

Just a bit farther down the road is Canton. Canton and Stark County has become the business headquarters for the Utica Shale, seen as one of the richest sources of shale oil, gas and natural gas liquids in the US. Billions of dollars are going into the development of business and infrastructure to support this booming industry. If you don’t know about Shale, perhaps you’ve heard of Shearer’s Pretzels and Chips or Heinz Frozen foods, or maybe Frito-Lay’s? There is a lot going on in Canton. 

   

Youngstown

Head a bit more east towards Pittsburgh and you get to Youngstown. Youngstown has lots to boast about! Brookings listed them as a top 20 city for economic recovery and named the area as one of the top US metros in export growth. It’s no wondering with this success the US Bureau of Labor Statistics named it the third highest in US job growth. Forbes honored it with 4th Best Place to find a job and as the 5th Highest in Manufacturing Job growth. And talk about entrepreneurial; the Youngstown Business Incubator is constantly in the press with its new business’ successes.