Cincinnati is known for having some of the most affordable real estate for LGBT residents and there are many gay real estate agents in the city who are more than willing to help you locate the perfect home. This beautiful older American city is situated on the north bank of the Ohio River opposite the mouth of the Licking River. The city has a metro area of 79.4 square miles spread out over gently rolling hills, ridges and bluffs.
Cincinnati is a big sports town but it is also known for its progressive attitudes and activism. It is home to two major sports teams, the Cincinnati Reds and the Cincinnati Bengals and it also holds an annual tennis tournament called the Cincinnati Masters.
If you are an architecture buff you will love it here. The Over-The-Rhine neighborhoods just to the north of the gay-friendly area of downtown Cincinnati boasts rare Italianate architecture that is only seen in huge older cities like New York City, Munich and Vienna. Cincinnati was a spectacular social hub in the 1020s when it used to be called the “Paris of America.” It has an unusual large city square that is the pride and joy of the residents. Famous heritage buildings include the Carew Tower, the Cripps Center, the Ingalls Building and the Isaac M. Wise Temple The European flair to the look of the city is partly due to the influx of German immigrants that influenced the culture of the city between the 1850s and 1950s.
Cincinnati is a visually stunning mix of the old and the new. In the past few years it has been going through some significant redevelopment, which is revitalizing neighborhoods between the Great American Ball Park to Paul Brown stadium.
This city is also known for its many unique cuisines. It is both a chili and a sausage capital of the world. A specialty of the street cuisine is Goetta which is a breakfast of fried oatmeal and sausage.
This is a city with a lot of opportunity. It is home to big corporations such as Procter & Gamble, The Kroger Company, Macy’s and scores of technology, banking and insurance industries. It has consistently made top ten lists on best places to live by Forbes, Lonely Planet, Esquire, and Aol magazines.
Then entire city is gay-positive but the LGBT enclave is generally considered to be Northside. This is a hip, liberal part of time with many interesting independently owned cafes and boutiques where everybody knows everyone else. The neighboring communities of Clifton, Spring Grove Village and College Hill are also very gay-friendly. For more information about where to find the best places to live in Cincinnati contact a resident gay real-estate agent. You can also read more about Cincinnati’s many attractions and businesses at http://www.cincinnatiusa.com.