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774 apartments for rent near Hamilton, OH

One Rookwood
Cincinnati, OH 45209
$910 - $2,140
1 - 2 Beds
One Rookwood
Cincinnati, OH 45209
$910 - $2,140
1 - 2 Beds
Avalon at the Pointe
Cincinnati, OH 45245
$885 - $1,295
1 - 2 Beds
West Hills Apartments
Cincinnati, OH 45248
$605 - $810
1 - 2 Beds

Apartments in Hamilton, OH

One Rookwood
Cincinnati, OH 45209
$910 - $2,140
1 - 2 Beds
BRAND NEW COMMUNITY! NEAR UNIV. OF CINCINNATI, GREAT AMERICAN BALLPARK...
Montgomery Plaza
Cincinnati, OH 45236
$500 - $600
1 Bed
Save with Affordable Rents!
Mills Run Apartments
Cincinnati, OH 45240
$627 - $990
1 - 2 Beds
DISCOVER LUXURY LIVING AT MILLS RUN APARTMENTS!!!
Charleston at Blue Ash
Blue Ash, OH 45242
$1,029 - $1,399
1 - 3 Beds
NOW UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT!
West Hills Apartments
Cincinnati, OH 45248
$605 - $810
1 - 2 Beds
Shiloh Adventist Garden Apartments
Cincinnati, OH 45239
Call for rates
1 - 2 Beds
55+
From $945
1 Bed
Short-Term
Furnished Studio - Tri-County Mall
Springdale, OH 45246
From $943
1 Bed
Short-Term
From $1,122
1 Bed
Short-Term
Shaker Point Apartment Homes
Harrison, OH 45030
Call for rates
2 - 3 Beds
From $1,275
1 Bed
Short-Term
Delshire Square
Cincinnati, OH 45238
$525 - $665
2 - 3 Beds
Furnished Studio - Blue Ash
Blue Ash, OH 45242
From $1,260
1 Bed
Short-Term
From $1,147
1 Bed
Short-Term
The Kenwood by Senior Star
Cincinnati, OH 45227
From $2,500
1 Bed
55+
Lake of the Woods
Cincinnati, OH 45231
$590 - $915
1 - 3 Beds
Brookdale Place at Kenwood
Cincinnati, OH 45242
Call for rates
1 Bed
55+
Atria Northgate Park
Cincinnati, OH 45251
From $2,500
1 Bed
55+
Park Lane Apartments
Cincinnati, OH 45229
$625 - $1,200
1 - 4 Beds
East 8 Lofts
Cincinnati, OH 45202
$1,070 - $1,650
Studio - 2 Beds
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Hamilton County, located in the southwest corner of Ohio, enjoys a booming population of 802,374; in fact, Hamilton is the third most-populous county in Ohio.

Early settlers traveled down the Ohio River to this area by flatboat and in 1788 founded Losantiville, soon renamed Cincinnati. Hamilton County, established in 1790, was named for Alexander Hamilton and predated Ohio statehood by over 12 years.

Development of Hamilton County took place mainly in Cincinnati, which became a booming river town nicknamed “the Queen City of the West” as river barges and steamboats brought in new settlers. They soon branched out from the crowded riverfront area to form new towns, many of which later became part of Cincinnati.

Why the name “Queen City?” These early citizens, proud of their city, referred to Cincinnati as such; in 1819, Ed. B. Cooke wrote in the Inquisitor and Cincinnati Advertiser, “The City is, indeed, justly styled the fair Queen of the West: distinguished for order, enterprise, public spirit, and liberality, she stands the wonder of an admiring world.” Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s poem, Catawba Wine, also echoes the nickname, as he memorializes the city’s vineyards. It reads, in part:

And this Song of the Vine,
This greeting of mine,
The winds and the birds shall deliver,
To the Queen of the West,
In her garlands dressed,
On the banks of the Beautiful River.

Hamilton County lies in a region of gentle hills formed by the slopes of the Ohio River valley. The county’s national protected area is William Howard Taft National Historic Site. It operates 21 parks, spanning more than 16,000 acres of green space, which offer golf, fishing, camping, paddling, picnicking and hiking.

The Hamilton County Parks Foundation, a charitable organization, assists in protecting and enhancing regional parkland and providing outstanding outdoor recreation and nature education services. It also offers scheduled events, including Murder Mystery Dinners at the golf course banquet hall, featuring outrageous storylines, plenty of laughs and audience participation as guests try to guess the identity of the murderer.

In just a few short years, the Foundation has raised funds to support educational presentations, scholarships for underprivileged youth to attend Park District programs, and is currently raising money to construct the largest dog park in the region at Miami Whitewater Forest.