Considering retiring in Cincinnati? Cincinnati has a lot to offer anyone looking to relocate. From uptown dining to the quieter neighborhoods, Cincinnati is a great place to age on your terms.
Here is what the Queen City has to offer:
Benefits of Retiring in Cincinnati
Low Cost of Living
One practical reason for moving to the Queen City is the low cost of living. Especially compared to other popular retirement areas. In fact, Cincinnati is number ten on U.S. News & World Report’s most affordable cities in the U.S. in 2019. This is based widely on the fact that the average cost of living is 21% lower than the national average. This means a little income can earn you a lot, relatively speaking.
Whether you are a walk-aholic or an avid hiker, you can immerse yourself in the many scenic vistas of Cincinnati’s enormous park system. It is shocking to see the sheer number of green spaces upon moving here. From public dog parks to nature observatories, there are miles upon miles of hiking trails to explore at every level of activity.
Lots of Diverse Neighborhoods to Choose From
Another advantage of living in Cincinnati is the diverse neighborhoods to choose from. Each area in the greater Cincinnati region is its own unique community with a culture of its own. From the Over the Rhine to College Hill, you need not travel to a different state to experience different places.
Cincinnati is a foodies paradise, with a large number of restaurants ranging from the diner-style Skyline to Jeff Ruby’s upscale fine dining experience. In fact, its rated in Open Table’s Top 100 Restaurants in America! So, be sure to bring your appetite when you visit.
Cincinnati has highly rated hospitals and medical clinics. No matter where in the area you reside, you can take care of all your health needs in retirement. The nationally-ranked University of Cincinnati Hospital and Mercy Health is highly rated for knee replacement surgery. Additionally, Cincinnati Children’s is ranked for neonatology, pediatric cancer, cardiology, diabetes, endocrinology, orthopedics, neurology, and pulmonology. There is no shortage of high-quality medical care in the Cincinnati region.
Whatever your reason for considering a move, Cincinnati has something for everyone.
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Twin Towers is a continuing care retirement community in Cincinnati, Ohio, offering patio homes, apartments, rehab services and more. For more information, contact Twin Towers online or at 513-853-2000.