Cleveland, Ohio - Facts & Figures
Cleveland, OH is located in northeastern Ohio on Lake Erie, about 60 miles from Pennsylvania. Established in 1796 for its location at the mouth of the Cuyahoga River, Cleveland quickly became a manufacturing center. Cleveland is home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and has therefore been called "The Rock 'n' Roll Capital of the World." This city has many nicknames including "The Forest City," "Metropolis of the Western Reserve," "C-Town," "The Cleve," and the "Sixth City." An example of the old-American City Beautiful design, the architecture of City Hall, the County Courthouse, the Cleveland Public Library, and Public Auditorium show early 20th century architecture. During the same time period, The Terminal Tower, on Euclid Avenue, known as "Millionaire's Row," and was home to the wealthy Rockefeller's. Cleveland has been rated one of the most walkable cities, and has tourist attractions such as the Playhouse Square Center, which is the 2nd largest performing arts center nationwide. Aside from tourism, Cleveland's economy includes steel and manufactured goods, financial services, healthcare, and biomedicals.
- Population: 393806
- Industries: Metal and metal products; Construction; Accommodation and food services; Public administration; Administrative and support and waste management services; Health care; Educational services
- Area Codes: 216, 440
- Zip Codes: 44102, 44103, 44104, 44105, 44106, 44108, 44109, 44110, 44111, 44112
- Surrounding Cities: Chicago, IL; Newburgh Heights, OH; Cuyahoga Heights, OH; Brooklyn Heights, OH; Brooklyn, OH; Garfield Heights, OH; East Cleveland, OH; Linndale, OH; Cleveland Heights, OH