Hyde Park, about 5 miles northwest of downtown Cincinnati, was voted one of America’s best neighborhoods by Forbes. And when you see its inviting tree-lined streets, you’ll know why. The fine landscaping adds a lovely touch to this neighborhood, which is highly walkable, especially near the intersection of Erie and Edwards where shops and restaurants abound. Hyde Park has an active business district, making it a haven for shopping, working, and living, especially if you want to live in an educated, quiet community of young professionals. Considering that the neighborhood is highly residential, with mostly single-family homes, apartments in Hyde Park can be difficult — but not impossible — to find. Start early if you’d like to live in this quiet Cincy neighborhood.
If you're not sure how much an apartment will cost, the table below shows the average price by size.