Just twelve miles from downtown Cleveland is the historic community of Berea. The city’s history is tied to a superior variety of sandstone known as “Berea Stone” all over the world. Most residents here are within walking or biking distance to parks and shopping. The Cuyahoga County Fair is held in Berea as well as the Grindstone Festival, the Berea Summer Theater, and the Cleveland Browns training camp.
Broadview Heights prides itself on its country-like atmosphere, good neighborhoods, and convenient location just fifteen miles from Cleveland and twenty miles from Akron. The city has consistently earned top ratings in Cleveland Magazine’s rankings of sixty-six northeastern Ohio suburbs based on schools, housing, recreation, taxes, and crime rates.
Named as one of the "top 100 places to live in America" by Relocate America as well as Cleveland’s number-one suburb by Cleveland Magazine, Westlake is one of northeast Ohio’s top communities and just a fifteen-minute drive from downtown Cleveland. Major employers here include the Bonnie Bell Company and Energizer.
Apartments in Southwest Cleveland range from one-bedroom to three-bedroom units. Rents are higher than average for the greater Cleveland area.