City of Warrensville Heights
Located roughly twenty minutes outside of Downtown Cleveland, the City of Warrensville Heights is home to more than 13,000 residents, nearly 4,000 families, and more than 250 businesses. This emerging first-ring suburb is located minutes from I-271 and I-480, making its location ideal for existing and relocating families, major corporations, developers and retail giants.
The city boasts one of the area’s prime shopping destinations, Harvard Park, and is home to several educational centers, including Cuyahoga Community College Corporate College, I.T.T. Technical Institute, South University and Ashland University. Warrensville Heights is also home to many renowned corporations.
Since its incorporation more than 50 years ago, The Friendly City has continued to promote goodwill and tolerance in the area, while providing an accessible local government, economic development opportunities and education for all.
Total population: 13,542 residents
Housing: 6,743 Housing Units
Area: 4.1 sq miles
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Village of Highland Hills
Since its establishment as a political subdivision in 1990, the Village of Highland Hills has become one of Greater Cleveland's premiere suburbs. Located near Interstate 271, the Village is home to major corporations while retaining the tranquility of residential streets. In a close proximity to restaurants, houses of worship, retail stores and food markets, Highland Hills is truly a great place to work, do business and to raise a family. The Village has come a long way since its founding and it strives to keep up the high standards set by its leadership.
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Village of North Randall
Since it’s establishment as a Village in 1908, North Randall has had a rich and enduring history through many generations of families and business.
This industry driven village is ideally located by major highways I-480, I-271, and U.S. 422 - just minutes from the heart of downtown Cleveland and Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. North Randall shares its boundaries with Warrensville Heights and Bedford Heights.
Throughout the Village of North Randall’s history, its pro-business government and location has made it a strategic choice for business. Since 1925, it has been the home of Thistledown Racetrack and The Ohio Derby. In 2013, owners Rock Ohio Caesars invested over 89 million dollars renovating the facility, now Thistledown Racino, securing the North Randall location. North Randall was once home to one of the largest shopping and commercial complexes in the country. In 2016, IRG, a major industrial park developer, acquired most of the former shopping center which is now being transformed into an Amazon Fulfillment Center, once again bringing thousands of jobs to the Village.
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