Broadview Heights is the ideal location to situate your company. We are within 500 miles of over half the U.S. and Canadian population, and within a six hour drive of Pittsburg, Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Buffalo, Rochester and Toronto Canada. Broadview Heights is bisected by the Ohio Turnpike and Interstate 77, and five minutes from I-71, I-480 and I-271. Broadview Heights is 15 miles from Cleveland International Airport (CLE). CLE offers more than 260 daily nonstop flights to over 80 destinations. CLE also offers direct international air service to England, Mexico and Canada and is a hub for Continental Airlines.
Broadview Heights is blessed with available land for development. We have taken a cautious approach throughout the years which gives us great opportunity with available land now. The current administration is focused on making Broadview Heights companies successful by working with them as they desire, and being good partners in progress.
The average commute time in Northeast Ohio is only 24 minutes, which means you can get where you need to go and get there quickly. Our cost of living is almost 4% lower than the national average. Northeast Ohio has more than 19,000 acres of parks, rivers, streams and lakes with many located throughout and in close proximity to Broadview Heights.
Northeast Ohio’s region is anchored by the City of Cleveland with the subsidiary major metros of Akron-Canton and Youngstown. The region’s strength in advanced manufacturing, combined with cutting-edge research and technology sectors, maximizes the region's leadership in bioscience, polymers, aerospace and other technology-driven fields including IT.
Premiere institutions such as the NASA Glenn Research Center and Wright Center for Innovation’s Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine are located minutes from Broadview Heights, along with the University of Akron's world-class polymers programs. The region is the longtime hub of the Ohio's polymer industry due to historic ties with Goodyear Tire & Rubber in Akron.
Northeast Ohio has become a global hub for biomedical business and one of the world’s foremost research locations. Home to the Cleveland Clinic, the region’s foundation of world-renowned healthcare is creating bioscience research and commercialized technologies used globally. The Cleveland region’s bioscience industry is growing on average by 7.4% annually, and today is home to more than 600 biomedical businesses has grown by 34% in 5 years.
30 colleges and universities are located in Northeast Ohio, developing next generation technologies and 175,000 degree-seeking innovative minds. The region contains a highly productive workforce of 2 million with a Midwestern work ethic and a fundamental ability to produce and distribute products worldwide cost-effectively. Broadview Heights offers a robust transportation infrastructure. Interstates 71, 76, 77, 80, and 90 run through the region. Moreover, Broadview heights is locates within an easy drive of Cleveland Hopkins Airport, Akron-Canton Airport and nine other satellite airports, 16 Long Distance Northeast Ohio Freight Companies, three Class 1 Northeast Ohio Railroad Carriers and the largest seaports on the Great Lakes and Ohio River. Northeast Ohio ports are also Foreign Trade Zones, providing substantial savings for international shippers.
Cleveland is home to one of the "Big Five" major orchestras in the world, the Cleveland Orchestra. The Playhouse Square Center in Cleveland is the second-largest performing arts center in the country behind New York's Lincoln Center. In addition to Broadway musicals, The Cleveland Opera, Ohio Ballet and the Great Lakes Theater Festival all perform there. The Cleveland region also has dozens of art and cultural museums throughout the region including the Akron Art Museum, the Canton Museum of Art, the Butler Art Institute and the world renowned Cleveland Museum of Art. In addition, the, Cleveland Museum of Natural History, the National Inventors Hall of Fame, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and more mean that you will always have something new to see here.
Cuyahoga Valley National Park, located next to Broadview Heights, is the third most visited national park in the country. In the summer, the region offers Lake Erie boating and beaches, while in the winter there is plenty of local skiing, snowboarding, and ice skating. Cleveland is home to three professional sports teams, the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Cleveland Browns, and the Cleveland Indians, with many other minor league teams and world class events such as the Bridgestone Invitational at Firestone Country Club.