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The Economic Development Department serves to attract new businesses to South Euclid while helping current businesses prosper and grow. Please explore the resources below to learn more about South Euclid and our diverse business community. Please contact us for further information on starting or expanding your business in our city.

For the latest information on our current development projects, including the planned revitalization of downtown South Euclid, please Click Here.


Interested in locating your business in South Euclid?

Please visit our available properties database by Clicking Here for a complete list of commercial and industrial properties that may suit your needs.

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Economic Development Update:

Business owners continue to find South Euclid to be an ideal location. Over the past year, 25 new businesses have opened in the city and more are on the way. Each of our commercial corridors continue to grow. 
Opening soon at Cedar Center will be Nothing Bundt Cakes Bakery and Boiler 65 restaurant. Boiler 65 is currently located in the Detroit Shoreway neighborhood of Cleveland and they have decided to open a second location. Boiler 65 specializes in seafood and will offer a full-service restaurant and bar at Cedar Center. Waterway Auto Wash is in process of opening in the former Al Paul location. Chase Bank is constructing a new branch on the land at Cedar and Miramar Roads. Milky Way restaurant will be opening on Warrensville Center Road in the former J&M Mart location. Milky Way specializes in kosher dining options and is currently located in Pittsburgh. This will be their second location. 
Mayfield Corridor: 
We have partnered with our Community Development Corporation to develop a new vision for downtown South Euclid. The vision includes pedestrian friendly development with new housing and retail options. The first step is to showcase downtown South Euclid as a place people want to be. This year, the new INTERSECTION event series was created to offer happy hours and entertainment in the district. Public art has also been added. There is much more to come. Please Click Here to view our vision for downtown in full. 
Monticello/Green Corridor: 
Rochling-Glastic Composites has announced plans for a 60,000sf expansion to their manufacturing facility which will result in the addition of 25 new jobs. We are very excited Rochling has made this commitment to their South Euclid facility, and we look forward to its continued growth. Construction on the new facility is now underway. 

South Euclid New Business Guide:
If you are new to South Euclid, please click here to view our “Guide to Starting a Business in South Euclid.” It offers many valuable tips and resources for opening your business. Current business owners are also encouraged to explore the guide for programs and resources available to assist.

City of South Euclid Comprehensive Plan Update:
We have recently updated our Comprehensive Land Use Plan, a process undertaken once every ten years. Please Click Here to view the plan. 

Greenfield Community Garden:
Greenfield Community Gardens
The city, in partnership with its affiliate organization, One South Euclid, has completed a streetscape beautification project in the downtown South Euclid business district, at Mayfield & Green. This project includes new bike racks, banners, public art, a guitar from “Guitar Mania”, seating areas, and community garden plots right on the public street. The project has helped attract new businesses to the area and also served as one of the driving forces in the redevelopment of the northeast section of the district. Please Click Here for more information on the Greenfield Community Garden Project.

Business Districts:

South Euclid has five distinct business districts, each offering unique attributes. 

Cedar-Green Business District:
Home to a variety of small businesses and restaurants, this district sits at our busiest intersection and serves as the gateway to South Euclid, at the point where Beachwood, University Heights, and South Euclid meet.

Cedar-Warrensville Business District:
Home to our newest retail centers, Cedar Center North and Oakwood Commons, this district has become a destination for diners and shoppers. 

Mayfield Road Corridor:
The Mayfield Corridor stretches from Warrensville Center Road to the West to Brush High School to the East and is home to Downtown South Euclid at Mayfield & Green. In partnership with One South Euclid, a new vision has been developed for Downtown South Euclid, please Click Here to learn more. In addition, the Mayfield Corridor features the Museum of American Porcelain Art, located in the Historic Telling Mansion. 

Monticello-Green Manufacturing and Industrial District:
This intersection serves as the City’s industrial and manufacturing corridor and is home to a variety of industrial businesses from large manufacturing plants such as Aerocontrolex and Rochling-Glastic to lawn care businesses and auto repair shops. 

South Green Road Medical-Educational Corridor:
This area encompasses South Green Road from Mayfield to Cedar and is designed to accommodate medical and professional offices and educational institutions. It is currently home to:
University Suburban Health Center
Notre Dame College
Senders Pediatrics
Langerdale Urban Marsh & Wetland 
Sanctuary on Green Sculpture Studio & Tea House
South Euclid-Lyndhurst Branch of the Cuyahoga County Public Library

Business Directory:
Click Here for a complete, user-friendly and updated listing of all businesses in South Euclid
Click Here for the South Euclid Dining Directory

Business Incentive Programs:
The Economic Development Department offers a wide-range of incentive programs for current and new businesses through the help of our partners at the Heights-Hillcrest Regional Chamber of Commerce, Cuyahoga County Department of Development, the State of Ohio, and many others.

Please Click Here for a complete listing of incentive programs.

One South Euclid:
The City has created a community development corporation known as One South Euclid. One South Euclid is led by a board of volunteer community, business, and civic leaders and works closely with the Economic Development Department. For more information on One South Euclid, please Click Here.

Partnership with Notre Dame College:
The City continues to work closely with its largest employer Notre Dame College. As a “College Town for All Ages”, the City works with Notre Dame to attract businesses which appeal to college students, young professionals, families, and people of all ages. Here are some examples of how the Economic Development Department has worked with Notre Dame to improve South Euclid:

October 2010 Sun Messenger Article: South Euclid Making Itself into a “College Town for All Ages”
December 2010 Tri-County Business Journal Article:  South Euclid ponders keys to future success

Employment Opportunities:
To assist residents with finding their next career opportunity, there is an employment section on the website which lists employment opportunities in South Euclid and around the region, please Click Here to view current opportunities. The Employment Opportunities Page also provides an ideal outlet for South Euclid businesses to find qualified employees. All South Euclid businesses receive preferred listing on the Employment Opportunities Page.

The City is also proud to partner with Ohio Means Jobs, Cuyahoga County’s Workforce Development Agency, please Click Here to learn more.