Welcome to Cincinnati, a city of rich culture, constant growth, and endless entertainment. We do what we love!
P&G has been proud to call Cincinnati, OH home to its World Headquarters since 1837.
The city of just under 300,000 people is filled with opportunities for both young professionals and families, offering affordable living with access to world-class arts, culture, parks, and entertainment. The region has something for everybody, from quiet neighborhoods in the hills of Northern Kentucky to loft apartments in the heart of the Over-the-Rhine nightlife.
For a closer look at the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area and news, check out Soapbox and NKY Thrives.
Vibrant, Friendly, Affordable
Forbes ranked Cincinnati as the fifth-most-affordable city in the US. with cost of living at 11% below national average.
Inviting and Thriving
- Ten Fortune 500 companies with headquarters in Cincinnati - Procter & Gamble, Kroger, Macy's, Fifth Third Bank, Omnicare, General Cable, AK Steel, Ashland Inc., and Western & Southern Financial Group
- Kiplinger named Cincinnati one of the "10 Great Cities for Young Adults"
- 24 minute average commute with two bus systems linking downtown with the suburbs and Northern Kentucky
- All 5 arts are represented – Ballet, Opera, Visual Arts, Symphony and Theater
- Home to the first official baseball team and the country's second-oldest zoo
Costs of Living
When compared to Cincinnati...
|Boston||124% more||38% more||20% more|
|Chicago||71% more||15% more||6% less|
|Dallas||3% less||3% more||4% less|
|NYC||476% more||56% more||15% more|
|Atlanta||8% more||6% more||equal|
|Los Angeles||151% more||12% more||6% more|
|Average||137% more||22% more||5% more|
Pick a Place to Live
Use the interactive map below to explore Cincinnati neighborhoods. Select neighborhoods to view them on the map, and click the icon on the neighborhood to learn more, view photos, and visit the neighborhood website.
Filter each neighborhood by city region by using the buttons below.
- Central & Downtown
Central & Downtown
- Over the Rhine
- Mount Adams
- Mount Lookout
- Hyde Park
- Western Hills
- Price Hill
- Hyde Park
- Mount Lookout
- West Chester
- Colerain Township
- Blue Ash
This is just a sample of entertainment featuring our most popular events in Cincinnati.
Check out Cincinnati.com for other great events and things to do throughout the city!
Ice skating at US Bank Rink on Fountain Square
Mainstrasse Mardi Gras Celebration
Cincinnati Wine Festival
Red's Opening Day and Findlay Market Parade
Taste of Cincinnati
The Flying Pig Marathon
Cincinnati Historical Brewery Tours
Every weekend through Septemberwww.cincinnatibrewerytours.com
Goettafest - Mainstrasse
Party in the Park
Every Wednesday night through August www.party-in-the-park.com
Bundbury Music Festival
Macy's Music Festival
Cincinnati Brew Ha-Ha
P&H Riverfest & WEBN Labor Day Fireworks
Midpoint Music Festival
Halloween Haunt at Kings Island
Holiday Junction and Duke Energy Train Exhibit
At the Cincinnati Museum Center
PNC Festival of Lights
At the Cincinnati Zoo
Here is a sample of popular attractions and points of interest in Cincinnati.
- Fountain Square Downtown
- Findlay Market Downtown
- Horseshoe Casino Downtown
- Over-the-Rhine District
- Sawyer Point
- Mainstrasse Village
- Newport on the Levee
- Great American Ballpark
- Paul Brown Stadium
- US Bank Arena
- Riverbend Music Center
- Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Gardens
- Newport Aquarium
- The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
- Cincinnati Museum Center
- King's Island Amusement Park
- The Beach Waterpark
- Perfect North Slopes