Cleveland, located in the State of Ohio within Cuyahoga County, is on the southern shore of Lake Erie, part of the Great Lakes Region. It is the 18th largest metro area and 15th largest consumer market in the United States with nearly 3 million residents in Greater Cleveland metro and nearly 400,000 in the City of Cleveland. LifeSavers candy, the modern golf ball and the electric streetlight are all Cleveland firsts invented right here in Cleveland. Cleveland is the home of Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, the creators of Superman. Oscar winners Paul Newman and Halle Berry hail from the region.
The "Best Location in the Nation" is the claim of this world port located on Lake Erie. The 52-story Terminal Tower (center) is a Cleveland landmark. Lakefront Stadium (left) is home of Cleveland's Indians baseball and Browns fooball. Over 2 million people live in metropolitan Cleveland.
The 52-story Terminal Tower splits the Cleveland skyline like a towering cloud buster. It’s rightfully a city symbol. At the tower’s base is the renovated Regional Transit Authority’s light rail system. Inside is the ornate Tower City Center, home to a retail mall, food court, cinema, and a rich selection of hotels and restaurants.