Our Cincinnati office is located in the U.S. Bank building in the heart of the downtown business district. In 2009, Taft expanded its Cincinnati presence with the Taft Center at Fountain Square, an innovative, multi-functional conference center overlooking Fountain Square. Taft members, clients and other stakeholders can enjoy “front porch” city views while at meetings, seminars and social events.
Cincinnati's widely diversified economy has produced a remarkably stable local economy during periods of wide fluctuation in the nation's economy, and the cost of living compares favorably with other large cities. 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. The overwhelming majority of these historic neighborhoods are within 20 minutes of the heart of downtown, and transportation is convenient and inexpensive. Not surprisingly, Cincinnati consistently rates as one of North America's "most livable cities" according to Places Rated Almanac.
Edward D. Diller, Partner-in-Charge
Year Founded: 1788
Population of Metro Area: 2 million
Major Corporations: Procter & Gamble, GE Aircraft Engines, Macy's
Cultural Offerings: The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, The Cincinnati Symphony, The Cincinnati Ballet, The Cincinnati Opera, The Cincinnati Art Museum, The Contemporary Arts Center, The Museum Center at Union Terminal
Professional Sports: Cincinnati Bengals, Cincinnati Reds
Other Attractions of Note: The Cincinnati Zoo, Paramount's Kings Island Amusement Park, Riverbend Music Center, The Newport Aquarium, The Taft Center at Fountain Square
Additional Links: Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, Cincinnati USA Partnership
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