Northside Market Information
Northside is one of Cincinnati’s oldest suburbs, owing much of its early growth to the Miami-Erie Canal and CH&D railroad. Like many of Cincinnati’s early suburbs, Cumminsville—as it was known then—was a neighborhood for Cincinnatians trying to get away from the city. Today it is favored by people who want to live closer to the city.
Northside is an Urban Village, with dozens of local shops and restaurants walking distance for most residents. The Northside business district is home to shops for everything from vintage clothing to organic food. Many local restaurants attract visitors from outside the neighborhood as well as locals. Part of the business district, with several buildings from the late 1800s and early 1900s, is registered with the National Register of Historic Places as the Hoffner Historic District.
Community involvement is important for Northsiders. The Northside Business Association has been supporting the community and local businesses for over a hundred years. The Northside Community Council, one of the largest and most active community council’s in Cincinnati, works to maintain and improve the neighborhood through community events and projects.
Northside is minutes from downtown and its wide variety of shopping and entertainment options, while the proximity to I-74 and I-75 provides easy access to the region’s larger shopping malls. For those who prefer public transportation, Northside is the second largest hub for Cincinnati’s Metro system.
Home prices in Northside range from $50,000 to $400,000, with the average home price around $80,000 with rehab opportunities at very affordable prices.
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