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Hyde Park

Hyde Park is a neighborhood on the east side of Cincinnati, Ohio. The population was 13,356 at the 2010 census.[1]

The heart of Hyde Park is Hyde Park Square,[2] which loosely encompasses a 2-block area of Erie Ave primarily bounded by Edwards Rd on the West and Michigan Ave on the East. Map.

The square features a park in the center surrounded by retail shops and restaurants. The Graeter's Ice Cream parlor has been present on Hyde Park Square since 1938.[3]

Withrow High School and The Hyde Park School both serve Hyde Park. Hyde Park is also served by a branch of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.[4]

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Though the city of Cincinnati and Hamilton County consider Ault Park to be in Mount Lookout, both Mount Lookout and Hyde Park consider it to be part of Hyde Park.[2]

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In 2010, Forbes named Hyde Park one of "America's Best Neighborhoods", citing the education levels of its residents and its high concentration of shops and restaurants.[7]

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