Cleveland is a great place to live and work. Today, this metro area on the banks of Lake Erie is experiencing growth and revitalization. Here’s just a few things that make Cleveland great.
Cleveland is home to many nationally-acclaimed museums, sports, restaurants and music and arts programs. Here are just a few:
Want to know more? Visit This is Cleveland to learn about more attractions and events
Cleveland is very affordable compared to other major cities in America. Our housing prices and monthly rent are lower than what you see in other US metro areas.
Cleveland Clinic’s Student Housing Program can help find housing accommodations that best fit your needs.
Lower traffic congestion rates in Cleveland lead to shorter commute times compared to other major cities.
The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) provides transportation services across Cleveland. Postdoctoral Fellows at Cleveland Clinic are eligible for the RTA’s Commuter Advantage Program, which provides discounts on transit fares.
Cleveland sits on the shores of Lake Erie, part of the Great Lakes. A number of parks and sandy beaches dot the Lake Erie shore, offering opportunities for running, swimming, fishing, boating and picnicking.
Check out Edgewater Park, less than a 15-minute drive from Cleveland Clinic Main Campus, for one of the best views of downtown Cleveland.
Cleveland’s thriving food scene offers a variety of options for all tastes, from traditional pierogis and kielbasa, trendy street food and bars, to upscale, New-American spots from famous chefs.
Here are just a few local favorites: