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Originally named Palmira, Mason was renamed in 1835 after Revolutionary War veteran William Mason who founded the settlement. It remained a small farming community until 1971 when it was officially incorporated as the City of Mason.
Mason is home to many large businesses, including Cintas, Mitsubishi, Procter & Gamble, and Luxottica. As a business-friendly community, the city promotes its work with developers to create a community that serves both its residents and businesses.
Several of Southwest Ohio’s premier entertainment venues are also located in Mason. Kings Island Amusement Park is one of the most popular amusement parks in the country. The Lindner Family Tennis Center is home to the world-renown Western & Southern Open tennis tournament. Other attractions include the Great Wolf Lodge and Conference Center and The Beach Waterpark.
A combination of small-town charm and growing corporate infrastructure provides a vibrant yet charming town in the northern suburbs of the Greater Cincinnati area. Conveniently located along Interstate 71, residents have easy access to other nearby amenities such as the Deerfield Towne Center, Liberty Center, and Kenwood Towne Center.
Named 7th on Money Magazine’s “Best Places to Live” in 2013, Mason is considered one of the most desirable communities in the Greater Cincinnati area.