Cleveland- Locality.com’s #3 Most Affordable City for Young Professionals in the Country
Howard Hanna’s vibrant Cleveland real estate market is located by Lake Erie, one of the ten largest lakes in the world! Residents and visitors alike enjoy the scenic 200 miles of lakeshore here. The metropolitan area is home to attractions like the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Cleveland Clinic and the century-old West Side Market.
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There is an energetic arts community in the city. The Cleveland Orchestra, highly regarded for its artistic distinction, original programming and community involvement, makes its home here for six months of the year. Additionally, the University Circle neighborhood houses other important cultural institutions like the Cleveland Museum of Art.
Its ethnic diversity makes the city a melting pot of varied backgrounds, which is reflected in a wide assortment of available jobs and economic opportunities. Cleveland contains cultural areas such as Asian Town Center, Little Italy and Slavic Village.
Whether you’re selling a home in Cleveland or looking for homes for sale, we can help you with all of your real estate needs. Real Trends 500 ranked Howard Hanna Real Estate services #1 in Cleveland in 2013 based on closed transaction sides. Our Realtors are ready to help you with all of your real estate listing and sales needs.
In 2013, Howard Hanna Real Estate welcomed their new company Hanna Chartwell that changed the landscape of commercial real estate throughout Northeastern Ohio and the Midwest. Hanna Chartwell offers office, retail, industrial, manufacturing and commercial businesses the opportunity to utilize the dynamic services already offered through Howard Hanna’s residential division.
The city has been a sports haven for generations. The Cleveland Browns, Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Indians and Lake Erie Monsters all call the city home. Cleveland has a year-round sports season and resilient fan base.
With its first-rate health resources, outstanding arts and cultural institutions, as well as its professional sports teams, it’s not difficult to see why so many have chosen to make a life in Cleveland, Ohio.
The City of Cleveland was named after General Moses Cleaveland, who laid out and oversaw land development for the Connecticut Land Company’s Western Reserve in July 1796. The City of Cleveland was chartered in 1836. At one time during this era, Cleveland was the fifth largest city in the United States. Cleveland shares a similar history with other industry-based cities in the United States, in the manner in which it was settled, expanded, and eventually contracted.
Today, Cleveland ranks within the top 35 largest cities in the United States, with the Cleveland-Elyria-Mentor metropolitan area ranking even higher. Cleveland also is the county seat for Cuyahoga County, the most populous within the state of Ohio.