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Issue Date: June 2008


2008 Rating the Suburbs - #5 Twinsburg

This suburb of more than 17,000 manages to keep its small town feel while bringing in new business. University Hospitals opened a 47,000-square-foot medical office earlier this year while the Cleveland Clinic will build a 170,000-square-foot medical office right across I-480. And the city could see its biggest development so far — the $100 million fashion-only Twinsburg Fashion Place. While plans are still up in the air, the proposed 800,000-square-foot,

two-story shopping center would complement nearby Hudson’s First and Main and the proposed lifestyle center in Solon. A large downtown square full of trees and benches where residents can hear bands play on any given weekend along with its famous Twins Day Festival are just some of the events that makes Twinsburg a close-knit community. Add to that the fourth-lowest property taxes, good schools, plentiful parks and affordable homes and you’ve got a community that can balance out its surge in growth with stability.
 
It’s the only city in the world named Twinsburg.

population: 17,484
square miles: 14
school district: Twinsburg City Schools
percentage parkland: 22%
Comments:
Saturday, September 13, 2008 8:46:22 PM by Anonymous
GO TBURG!
Tuesday, October 28, 2008 5:27:23 PM by Anonymous
Twinsburg is the best...I LOVE IT HERE but iit is geting a alittle too big now. Living here foralmost 40 years it's hard to see it get so congested like Solon, Hudson. Still I love it here and would live no where else.
Sunday, November 30, 2008 9:51:58 PM by Anonymous
I have lived in Twinsburg for eight years. Prior to this town, I have lived in Heath, Ohio Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, Delmar, New York and Ringoes, New Jersey. And I can safely say that Twinsburg, Ohio is the nicest place I have ever lived...maybe even the nicest place I have ever seen. The schools are absolutely top-notch and very competitive for public schools. Downtown is perfectly quaint combining the early 1900s small town look of Hudson and the more practical and convenient amenities of Solon.

The town is also dedicated to preserving nature and its many park are absolutely gorgeous. For anyone looking for a change of scenery, I highly recommend that you pay Twinsburg a visit. It is such a nice place.
Friday, May 28, 2010 11:56:32 PM by montana
Moved to Tburg in 1997 and Love Love Love it ! It is such a pretty suburb, especially when they decorate for the holidays. Nothing like driving down Ravenna Rd after they put up the decorations.

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