Strongsville is a city located in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States of America. Strongsville is nicknamed "Crossroads of the Nation", because it is situated at the intersection of the Ohio Turnpike and Interstate 71. The city was settled by the the people who moved in the early 19th century in the Connecticut Western Reserve. Strongsville was named to honor the leader of the group, John Stoughton Strong and the streets received the names of the other settlers. Strongsville was incorporated as a township on February 25, 1818, as a village in 1923 and in 1961 was designated as a city. In our times, Strongsville has an area of 25 square miles and a population of 45.000 residents.
Top Attractions within Strongsville
Gardenview Horticultural Park is a botanical garden and arboretum situated on an area of 16 acres in a beautiful area of Strongsville. It was settled in 1949 by Henry Ross and opened to visitors in 1961. In present, this Strongsville attraction is opened to visitors only in weekend afternoons in change of an admission fee.
Westfield South Park, also known as South Park Center is a large shopping mall located in Strongsville. The anchor stores of the mall are Dillard's, Macy's, Dick's Sporting Goods, Sears and JCPenney. The mall, that opened in 1996, occupies an area of 1.626.198 square feet , has more than 7000 parking places and over 160 stores located on two floors. It also includes a large food-court and several restaurants, near to children play areas.
Don's Pomeroy House is an upscale restaurant located in a historical building of Strongsville. The beautiful house that hosts the eatery is on the National Register of Historic Places. The dishes served in this establishment belong to the contemporary American cuisine and include various kinds of steaks and fresh seafood. The serving is excellent and the food is delicious..