Olmsted Township Welcomes Your Business

Olmsted Township offers great opportunities for businesses to build and grow. Our population and housing has risen approximately 27% since 2010 with four new planned developments already approved and breaking ground. Our current median household income is between $66,000 & $70,000 yearly which is well above the median national average.

Olmsted Township has about 800+ acres of developable land which is the most developable land in Cuyahoga County. Our Town Center Planned Development has a trade area of approximately 32,000 people. The estimated household expenditure is $837M/year. 108,000 people live within a five-mile radius of our Town Center planned development and a 2016 retail marketplace analysis shows a potential retail (trade, food & drink) demand of $152,936,900 within a five-mile drive of this site.

We are within one mile of I-480 & I-80 (the Ohio Turnpike), five miles from I-71 and Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and eight miles from I-90.

We are geographically located within 500 miles of 43% of the population of the United States and Canada. Norfolk Southern rail access is within our boarders.

Olmsted Township’s geographic location, demographic profile, community setting, rail access and large land development opportunities make our area a prime location for office, lite industrial, retail and specialty business investment.

Come Grow With Us...

image001Olmsted Township has a total population of approximately 14,000 and encompasses 10 square miles. Our population and housing have risen 27% since 2010 and continue to grow with four additional planned developments currently approved to begin building.

Housing options are available to suit a variety of lifestyles including single-family homes ranging from an average price of $125,000 to over $600,000. Median household income is between $66,000 and $70,000 yearly, well about the median national average.

Businesses enjoy amenities including the Cleveland Metroparks, which is a three-time NRPA Gold Medal Award winner.  The Cleveland Metroparks have 18 park reservations, (one located directly off Lewis Road in Olmsted Township) spanning more than 23,000 acres. With over 100 trails, eight golf courses, five swimming areas, more than 2,500 picnic tables, four miles of Lakefront, 700-foot toboggan chutes and a nationally acclaimed zoo, there is something for everyone!   The largest library system, Cuyahoga County Public Library, (one branch shared with City of Olmsted Falls on Mapleway Drive), is the nation’s largest library system in per capita circulation and number of visitors.  Numerous hospitals including Southwest General Health Center, University Hospitals and the Cleveland Clinic are just a few of the options available.

The largest employer in Olmsted Township is Vitamix Corporation with approximately 900 employees. The second largest employer is the Olmsted Falls City Schools, which boasts over 400 employees. Other featured businesses include: American Wire & Cable, Arbors of Olmsted, Eliza Jennings, First Federal of Lakewood and the Cleveland Clinic Express.

Olmsted Township is a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio and is situated on the southwest corner of Cuyahoga County. It is 20 minutes from downtown Cleveland; 30 minutes from Medina, Ohio, 5 minutes from Lorain County and two hours from Columbus, Ohio.

Olmsted Township is located approximately ¾ of a mile from I-480, 1 mile from I-80 (Ohio turnpike) 5 miles from I-71 & the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and 8 miles from I-90. These major highways and I-80 the Ohio Turnpike provide easy access to Cleveland, East to Solon & Beachwood and west to Columbus and Cincinnati Ohio.

airplaneCleveland Hopkins International Airport is Ohio’s busiest airport, serving more than 9 million passengers annually. It’s positioned within 500 miles of 43 percent of the U.S. population. For Northeast Ohio travelers, the airport is close—just 12 miles away from downtown Cleveland. Travelers also have the option to take the rail to CLE, a connection that, when added in 1968, was another first in the country.

Olmsted Township is within the Olmsted Falls City School District. Specialized programs include extended Kindergarten and preschool programs as well as Honors/Gifted classes are some of the many programs provided. Olmsted Falls School District is committed to providing students with a comprehensive “Triple A” experience which develops and fosters student’s Academic, Artistic and Athletic growth. Our school district believes in and takes great pride in the academic and extra-curricular performances of their students, and is committed to the development of the whole child. Our school district is one of the top districts in the State of Ohio.

Olmsted Township also offers students the opportunity to study at the Polaris Career Center. The center offers career-path programs for 11th and 12th grade high school students, career-technical and special interest courses for adults and on-site corporate training and consulting services for business and industry. A modern facility coupled with a convenient location and state-of-the-art equipment and technology are just some of the reason why Polaris is a recognized leader in career-technical skill training.

Numerous universities and learning institutions within easy commute to Olmsted Township include:

For student enrollment forms, please log onto www.ofcs.org

Olmsted Township, located in Cuyahoga County, Ohio has over 800 acres of developable land for both commercial and residential use.  In fact, Olmsted Township has the most developable land in Cuyahoga County.

The following are a listing of some, not all, of the potential land and retail space available for business use.  Please contact our Building Department at (440) 235-4225 for additional information about the parcel you are interested in.

Vacant Properties

OTHER COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITIES - FOR SALE

Razzles Bar & Grill

Work 27128 Bagley Road
Categories: Restaurants / Bar
Updated 7 months ago.

Olmsted Township • Cuyahoga County, Ohio

Olmsted Township and the City of Olmsted Falls created a Joint Economic Development District (JEDD) in 2001.  This District is viewed by both parties as an economic development tool that promotes local cooperation and fosters development activities without annexation. Infrastructure services have been completed by Cuyahoga County and the developable land is in Olmsted Township. Income tax from the developed land is collected to benefit both parties.

Ideal For:

  • Mixed-Use Opportunities.
  • Largest undeveloped tract in the County.
  • Surrounded by established, affluent communities with many amenities.
  • Excellent major highway access.
  • Investment incentives available through the Township, County and State.
+ Our Community

Come Grow With Us...

image001Olmsted Township has a total population of approximately 14,000 and encompasses 10 square miles. Our population and housing have risen 27% since 2010 and continue to grow with four additional planned developments currently approved to begin building.

Housing options are available to suit a variety of lifestyles including single-family homes ranging from an average price of $125,000 to over $600,000. Median household income is between $66,000 and $70,000 yearly, well about the median national average.

Businesses enjoy amenities including the Cleveland Metroparks, which is a three-time NRPA Gold Medal Award winner.  The Cleveland Metroparks have 18 park reservations, (one located directly off Lewis Road in Olmsted Township) spanning more than 23,000 acres. With over 100 trails, eight golf courses, five swimming areas, more than 2,500 picnic tables, four miles of Lakefront, 700-foot toboggan chutes and a nationally acclaimed zoo, there is something for everyone!   The largest library system, Cuyahoga County Public Library, (one branch shared with City of Olmsted Falls on Mapleway Drive), is the nation’s largest library system in per capita circulation and number of visitors.  Numerous hospitals including Southwest General Health Center, University Hospitals and the Cleveland Clinic are just a few of the options available.

The largest employer in Olmsted Township is Vitamix Corporation with approximately 900 employees. The second largest employer is the Olmsted Falls City Schools, which boasts over 400 employees. Other featured businesses include: American Wire & Cable, Arbors of Olmsted, Eliza Jennings, First Federal of Lakewood and the Cleveland Clinic Express.

+ Geographic Location

Olmsted Township is a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio and is situated on the southwest corner of Cuyahoga County. It is 20 minutes from downtown Cleveland; 30 minutes from Medina, Ohio, 5 minutes from Lorain County and two hours from Columbus, Ohio.

Olmsted Township is located approximately ¾ of a mile from I-480, 1 mile from I-80 (Ohio turnpike) 5 miles from I-71 & the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and 8 miles from I-90. These major highways and I-80 the Ohio Turnpike provide easy access to Cleveland, East to Solon & Beachwood and west to Columbus and Cincinnati Ohio.

airplaneCleveland Hopkins International Airport is Ohio’s busiest airport, serving more than 9 million passengers annually. It’s positioned within 500 miles of 43 percent of the U.S. population. For Northeast Ohio travelers, the airport is close—just 12 miles away from downtown Cleveland. Travelers also have the option to take the rail to CLE, a connection that, when added in 1968, was another first in the country.

+ Education

Olmsted Township is within the Olmsted Falls City School District. Specialized programs include extended Kindergarten and preschool programs as well as Honors/Gifted classes are some of the many programs provided. Olmsted Falls School District is committed to providing students with a comprehensive “Triple A” experience which develops and fosters student’s Academic, Artistic and Athletic growth. Our school district believes in and takes great pride in the academic and extra-curricular performances of their students, and is committed to the development of the whole child. Our school district is one of the top districts in the State of Ohio.

Olmsted Township also offers students the opportunity to study at the Polaris Career Center. The center offers career-path programs for 11th and 12th grade high school students, career-technical and special interest courses for adults and on-site corporate training and consulting services for business and industry. A modern facility coupled with a convenient location and state-of-the-art equipment and technology are just some of the reason why Polaris is a recognized leader in career-technical skill training.

Numerous universities and learning institutions within easy commute to Olmsted Township include:

For student enrollment forms, please log onto www.ofcs.org

+ Commercial Properties

Olmsted Township, located in Cuyahoga County, Ohio has over 800 acres of developable land for both commercial and residential use.  In fact, Olmsted Township has the most developable land in Cuyahoga County.

The following are a listing of some, not all, of the potential land and retail space available for business use.  Please contact our Building Department at (440) 235-4225 for additional information about the parcel you are interested in.

Vacant Properties

OTHER COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITIES - FOR SALE

+ Business List

Razzles Bar & Grill

Work 27128 Bagley Road
Categories: Restaurants / Bar
Updated 7 months ago.
+ Joint Economic Development District

Olmsted Township • Cuyahoga County, Ohio

Olmsted Township and the City of Olmsted Falls created a Joint Economic Development District (JEDD) in 2001.  This District is viewed by both parties as an economic development tool that promotes local cooperation and fosters development activities without annexation. Infrastructure services have been completed by Cuyahoga County and the developable land is in Olmsted Township. Income tax from the developed land is collected to benefit both parties.

Ideal For:

  • Mixed-Use Opportunities.
  • Largest undeveloped tract in the County.
  • Surrounded by established, affluent communities with many amenities.
  • Excellent major highway access.
  • Investment incentives available through the Township, County and State.