Located on the shores of Lake Erie, Cleveland is where rock-and-roll got its name. It’s the home of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as well as Playhouse Square Center, the second-largest performing-arts center in the United States. Here you can experience the Opera Cleveland, the Cleveland Orchestra, and the Cleveland Pops.
Theater and art are an important part of life in Cleveland. University Circle is one square mile of art, culture, education, and health institutions. The city has two main museums, the Cleveland Museum of Art and the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland. Several playhouses are located throughout the area.
Cleveland is fast gaining a reputation as a culinary hotspot. In addition to the various ethnic cuisines found around the city, creative chefs like Michael Symon have brought international attention and acclaim to the city’s restaurant scene.
Sports rule here, with many professional teams calling Cleveland home. The Cleveland Indians, the Cleveland Browns. and the Cleveland Cavaliers all play here, as do the Lake Erie Monsters of the American Hockey League and the Cleveland Gladiators arena football team.
Cleveland apartments average between $600-$700 a month for a one-bedroom unit.