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Groesbeck is a Cincinnati CDP (census-designated place) located only a few miles north of downtown. Not an incorporated town itself, Groesbeck is a crucial part of Colerain Township, the northwest connection to Cincinnati. Groesbeck was picked as the number one location in the Newsweek list of the top 50 locations to raise children in November 2007. Newsweek’s evaluation of the Groesbeck community found an overall atmosphere for the growth and prosperity of children in the school district and acquired households. With an easy commute downtown and a lively community atmosphere, Groesbeck is considered an ideal location to thrive in the Cincinnati life.

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Rent Trends

As of September 2017, the average apartment rent in Cincinnati, OH is $627 for one bedroom, $668 for two bedrooms, and $794 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Cincinnati has increased by 3.5% in the past year.

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672
$627
2 BR
911
$668
3 BR
207
$794
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Ratings

45 Walk Score® Car-Dependent
33 Transit Score® Some Transit
0 Bike Score® Somewhat Bikeable

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Restaurants

Independent diners, specializing in many national cuisines, abound in the Groesbeck community and are located within a short commute. Mad Mike’s Burgers is a local spot on Cheviot Road well-known for incredible burgers, traditional American cuisine and friendly atmosphere with the bar open late. There is also Los Panchos Mexican restaurant on Colerain Avenue, known for its fresh chips and salsa and amazing margaritas. There are also plenty of other local restaurants with low prices and incredible customer service available.

Central Groesbeck is not the highlight for nightlife, but there are local pubs with either happy-hour food and drinks or the drinks and entertainment to be had for a good night out. Tavern on the Bend is down on North Bend Road with special dishes to suit your taste with great drinks still available late at night. Just to the southwest corner of Groesbeck is the Knotty Pine Bar on Cheviot Road, with a great selection of draft beers and cocktails with live music almost every night.

History

Originally named West Union, the development of a community post office in 1857 found another West Union in Ohio changing the name to Groesbeck after Ohio historical figure William Groesbeck, a great legal and political mind. As of 1894, the town Groesbeck had only two hotels, one blacksmith shop and a church. The following 120 years have provided intense development in this community. The land has developed residentially and commercially as a benefit to its residents and growing into a CDP for Cincinnati.

Tied in with the history and culture of Cincinnati located downtown, there is a close commute to many of the locations representing the area, including the Museum of Natural History and Science and the Cincinnati Museum Center and Union Terminal among many others. Groesbeck locals can enjoy free concerts and movies at Colerain Park in the summer. The St. Ann’s Festival is held every summer for the entire community.

Transportation

Groesbeck is typically traveled by independent vehicles, with public transportation available through the local Metro bus line. It is an advantage that Groesbeck businesses have their own parking lots or are located within access to parking of a public center, avoiding payment for street or garage parking. With vast sidewalks along the streets of Groesbeck, it is comfortable for walking, though no bike lanes are available on the street and sidewalks are often used by bikers. Taxis, shuttles and other travel services are available for routes all over the city to be scheduled by telephone. With a variety of local taxi and shuttle services, including Uber and Riverfront Taxi Services, the commute to the airport and other main events is convenient. The main street through Groesbeck is Colerain Avenue, accessing two of the local interstates and the highway that crosses all of Hamilton County.

Cost

Groesbeck is considered affordable for its housing rates that are about 42 percent below the national average, and which remain lower than those in downtown Cincinnati as well. Access to public transportation into and around the city makes this savings comfortable, with the Metro bus line available for $2.65 each way or a monthly unlimited pass for $106. The average rent is $550 for a one-bedroom apartment, and there are plenty of affordable housing offers in the Groesbeck community as well. In the local restaurants and pubs, meals can be found below $10, and a beer at the bar costs around $4, considerably less than during a night out downtown. Recent drops have brought the Cincinnati average gasoline price to $2.34 per gallon, with Groesbeck stations running near the local average.

Shopping

Groesbeck holds a broad variety of chain stores for groceries, pharmaceuticals and general needs. Outside of Kroger, Target and Walgreens, there are plenty of local boutiques close by for artwork, clothing and accessories. NVISION is a local boutique on Hamilton Avenue that offers a unique selection of vintage clothing, furniture, toys and more.

Geraci Fine Jewelry is another well-known company that has been serving the local area since 1982, making custom pieces for satisfied customers.

Locals shop at big-chain grocery stores, such as Meijer and Aldi, but they also frequent small neighborhood stores for fresh produce.

Parks

Colerain Township has a Parks and Services Department that serves to upgrade the current parks and purchase pieces of land to increase township park property. Over previous decades, a great deal of renovation has been done to Colerain Park, and the Wilhelm Park was added to the department. With the 2002 completion of Colerain Park renovation, there is now a great deal of increased activity and beauty for local residents. The park boasts four improved shelters, Megaland for children, an amphitheater for local summer movies and concerts, basketball and sand volleyball courts, increased parking and improved baseball fields with concession stands. There was the 2006 addition of Heritage Park with its NCAA size baseball fields and canoe access to the Great Miami River along with other incredible benefits to the community. The township was able to build Groesbeck Park in 2007 upon acquiring a piece of land from the local St. Anne’s Church, where playgrounds, baseball fields and other updates continued through 2011 with anticipation of resident enjoyment. With many small local parks available for a walk with the family and pets along with a beautiful view, the township has done a great deal for local activity in the Groesbeck area.

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Apartments for Rent in Groesbeck, Cincinnati, OH

Groesbeck is a Cincinnati CDP (census-designated place) located only a few miles north of downtown. Not an incorporated town itself, Groesbeck is a crucial part of Colerain Township, the northwest connection to Cincinnati. Groesbeck was picked as the number one location in the Newsweek list of the top 50 locations to raise children in November 2007. Newsweek’s evaluation of the Groesbeck community found an overall atmosphere for the growth and prosperity of children in the school district and acquired households. With an easy commute downtown and a lively community atmosphere, Groesbeck is considered an ideal location to thrive in the Cincinnati life.

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