Cleveland Health-Tech Corridor
The Cleveland Health-Tech Corridor (HTC), designated a hub for opportunity and innovation by the State of Ohio, is an innovation district situated in the heart of Cleveland’s East Side. The three-mile (1600 acre) corridor connects multiple vibrant neighborhoods, stretching from Cleveland State University to University Circle, home to many medical and educational institutions. Take a tour of the Health-Tech Corridor by viewing our Health Line Tour Guide.
Part of a public-private initiative, the HTC is a prime location for innovation. Cleveland being a leading biomedical, health-care and technology region, the HTC offers incomparable access to human capital and premier assets and cultural amenities. Driven by significant public and private investment, the HTC is home to four world-class healthcare institutions, including the Cleveland Clinic and University Hospitals, multiple business incubators, four academic centers, hundreds of high-tech companies engaged in the business of innovation, and the HealthLine-a first-class bus rapid transit line connecting University Circle, Midtown and Downtown Cleveland. Moreover, by fourth quarter 2015, the HTC will be home to the nation's first commercially-available, 100 gigabit fiber network.