Cleveland’s Health-Tech Corridor:
A Destination for Health Care and Innovation
The Health-Tech Corridor (HTC) is a prime location for high-tech companies looking to operate in a thriving innovation hub.
The 3-mile, 1600 acre Health-Tech Corridor connects vibrant Cleveland neighborhoods including University Circle, MidTown and Downtown, offering incomparable access to:
World-class research and clinical institutions for technology development, clinical testing and purchasing
A diverse array of specialized facilities to match your exact requirements with reasonable lease rates and terms, laboratory space, fiber optic services and parking
Fast and easy connection to highways and Cleveland Hopkins International Airport
By mid-year 2015, the Health-Tech Corridor will make accessible the first commercially available 100 gigabit network in the nation. With the importance of big data, this will put Cleveland on the cutting edge of new technologies in Medical IT, Telemedicine, Imaging, and other fields.
The Health-Tech Corridor is a result of Cleveland's strategy to use the power of local anchor institutions to attract businesses as well as a successful public private partnership. The Health-Tech Corridor is located along the HealthLine, a world-renowned Bus Rapid Transit system linking Cleveland’s employment centers in Downtown and University Circle. The HealthLine has been praised as one of the most successful BRT system in the country and has been recognized as a powerful catalyst for transit-oriented development that has occurred in and around the Health-Tech Corridor. Read the Health Line Tour Guide which will walk you through our Health-Tech Corridor detailing the 5.8 billion in follow-up development spurred by the Bus Rapid Transit system.
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Development Finance Analyst