Cleveland serves as the headquarters for both manufacturing and service companies and is a growing tourism and convention destination. It is the 16th largest metro area and 15th largest consumer market in the United States with 2.9 million residents in Greater Cleveland metro and nearly 500,000 in the city of Cleveland, making it the 30th largest city in the country.
Greater Cleveland offers affordable housing in a number of diverse residential neighborhoods. The city boasts world-class cultural institutions; professional baseball, basketball and football teams; state-of-the-art attractions; great shopping, dining and nightlife; and internationally acclaimed education and health institutions. Cleveland is home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, the Great Lakes Science Center, Jacobs Field, The Quicken Loans Arena ("The Q"), Cleveland Browns Stadium, the Warehouse district and Key Center, home to our offices overlooking the city.
The metropolitan area has abundant parks and resources for sporting and family activities, including the Cleveland Metroparks and its Zoo and RainForest, and the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. A short drive from downtown Cleveland is Cedar Point, a 364-acre amusement park/resort that is the second oldest amusement park in North America and home to more rides and roller coasters than any other park.