You might be looking for an apartment in Ohio to be near one of the state’s large colleges such as Ohio State University, Kent State University or the University of Cincinnati. If you are in the working crowd, perhaps you have a job at one of the top employers here such as Honda Motor, General Electric, Proctor and Gamble, GM and Ford. In the financial sector, JP Morgan Chase, PNC and Nationwide Mutual Insurance have a big presence in Ohio. The state is also home to Wright Patterson Air Force Base.
Many renters will want to visit the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, one of the most popular attractions in Ohio. There are many other things to do in Cleveland such as the Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Natural History and the Children's Museum of Cleveland.
In other areas of the state, a renter can visit the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium in Powell, Ohio, the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, the Great Lakes Science Center or Historic Lyme Village in Bellevue. Ohio also boasts more than 70 state parks for outdoor lovers to take in sightseeing, fishing, hiking and more.
Kids will enjoy Cleveland Metroparks Zoo with the largest collection of primates in the North America, Cedar Point Amusement Park, Challenge Park and Castaway Bay in Sandusky. Also, starting annually in August is the Ohio State fair.
Sports fans will want to see the NHL Football Hall of Fame in Canton, or perhaps catch a Cleveland Indians game. The Ohio State Buckeyes play in Columbus and renters want to see a car race at Mid Ohio Raceway in Longaberger, one of the most competitive road courses in the US.