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Professional fully furnished and air conditioned office suites are available for rent at this great Cleveland area. The business center offers boardroom access, phone answering services, copy center facilities and an impressive reception area.

Conveniently established in Downtown Cleveland, this multi-story business center is easily accessible via Interstate... More info

Offering superior executive office suites ranging in size from 200 to 26,000 square feet. With communications systems, secretarial services, conference facilities, security and plenty of parking.

This multi-story office center is conveniently located on Superior Avenue in Cleveland. Close to Burke Lakefront... More info

Amenities are excellent, with the following on offer: an on-site designated parking area for your office; and office temperature and interior environment control with excellent air conditioning systems.

Located in East 45th Street, this office is well placed for anyone doing business in this area of Cleveland. More info

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Cleveland is Ohio's second largest city and the Greater Cleveland metropolitan area is the state's most populous with more than two million people. Major attractions in Cleveland include the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Greater Cleveland Aquarium, Horseshoe Casino Cleveland, and the Cleveland Botanical Garden. The city is also home to one of the top hospitals in the country, Cleveland Clinic. Founded in 1796, Cleveland has long been associated with innovation in manufacturing, and has traditionally been a hub for advanced manufacturing. The city's strategic location on the shores of Lake Erie and at the crossroads of several canals and railroads helped make it a major manufacturing centre.

Key industries in Cleveland include automotive manufacturing, banking and finance, electric and lighting, food processing, health technology (including biotech and biomedical), information technology, oil and gas, and paints and coatings. The city's central location and easy access to major markets is a major draw for businesses, and also helps reduce shipping times and costs. With competitive real estate options and relatively lower hourly wages, Cleveland's cost of doing business is also more cost-effective than other major cities in the country.