Corryville is located southeast of Clifton in Cincinnati, Ohio. The area was named after William Corry, an early mayor of Cincinnati who also owned much land in the area. Corryville was settled by German Americans and later annexed as part of Cincinnati in 1870.
Corryville offers many older-style homes since it is an established neighborhood. However, newly constructed town homes, condominiums and apartments can also be found in this neighborhood. Located near the University of Cincinnati, Corryville is “home” to many students while they study there.
Interstates 75 and 71 for north and south travel are 7-minutes away. It isa short 5-minute drive to downtown Cincinnati. Connections to I-74, I-71, and I-275 can be made with 15 minutes of travel. The area is serviced by the Cincinnati Metro Bus system.
Many of Cincinnati’s area hospitals, including Christ, Good Samaritan, Children’s Hospital Medical Center and University hospitals are within 5 minutes of this neighborhood.
“Short Vine” in Corryville is a central hub of many small local businesses, restaurants and shops. Bogart’s is an old-time venue for concert lovers. Mecklenburg Gardens restaurant is located in a 19th century building that is on the National Registry of Historic Places and is a fine example of German-style architecture with timber beams and stained-glass windows. Highland Coffee House has been serving coffee since 1978 – before java was so popular.
The University Medical Campus has a small park area for people to enjoy. The Corryville Recreation Center has an affordable gym and pool.