Our Cincinnati office is located in the U.S. Bank building, which is across from Fountain Square in the heart of the downtown business district. Ten Fortune 500 and fourteen Fortune 1000 companies have established headquarters in Cincinnati, putting the city in the nation’s top 10 markets for number of Fortune 500 headquarters per million residents. The city also has a thriving business community of small businesses and entrepreneurs. Cincinnati has a competitive strength in a broad range of industries, including advanced energy, advanced manufacturing, biohealth, consumer products and brand development, food processing and agriculture, finance, insurance and IT.
The beauty of Cincinnati's physical location on the Ohio River and the number of historic neighborhoods located in the hills surrounding the business section of the city make Cincinnati unique. It is a city on the rise — new developments such as The Banks and Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati, as well as revitalization of historic neighborhoods like Over-the-Rhine, are redefining the region.
Edward D. Diller, Partner-in-Charge
Year Founded: 1788
Population of Metro Area: 2 million
Major Corporations: American Financial Group, Cincinnati Bell, Cintas, Convergys, dunnhumby, GE Aircraft Engines, Great American Insuance Group, The Kroger Company, Macy's, Procter & Gamble, TriHealth, Western & Southern Financial Group
Cultural Offerings: Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati Ballet, Cincinnati Opera, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Contemporary Arts Center, Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati, Museum Center at Union Terminal, National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
Professional Sports: Cincinnati Bengals, Cincinnati Cyclones, Cincinnati Reds, Western & Southern Open
Other Attractions of Note: Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, Findlay Market, Kings Island Amusement Park, Newport Aquarium, Riverbend Music Center
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