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497 Commercial Real Estate Listings in Cleveland, OH

  • AECOM Building - Cleveland
    1300 East 9th Street, Downtown Cleveland, Cleveland, OH 44114
    For Lease $19 - $25/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 27 Spaces
    • 269,679 Sqft
  • North Point Office Complex - 1001 Lakeside Avenue East - Cleveland
    1001 Lakeside Avenue East, Downtown Cleveland, Cleveland, OH 44114
    For Lease $20 - $22/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 13 Spaces
    • 166,273 Sqft
  • Tyler Village - Buildings 4, 10, 11, 15, 20, 31, 42, 44 & 44A - Cleveland
    3615 Superior Avenue, Goodrich-Kirkland Park, Cleveland, OH 44114
    For Lease $9 - $13.5/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 5 Spaces
    • 19,018 Sqft
  • Centre Place - Building B - Cleveland
    19114 Bella Drive, North Collinwood, Cleveland, OH 44119
    For Lease $14/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 30,000 Sqft
  • Security Federal Building - Cleveland
    1110 Euclid Avenue, Downtown Cleveland, Cleveland, OH 44115
    For Lease $25/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 2 Spaces
    • 17,430 Sqft
  • Yosemite Enterprise Campus - Cleveland
    11201 Shaker Blvd, Woodland Hills, Cleveland, OH 44104
    For Lease $17/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 16 Spaces
    • 22,239 Sqft
  • Van Epps Plaza I & II - Brooklyn Heights
    4770 Van Epps Road, Old Brooklyn, Brooklyn Heights, OH 44131
    For Lease $5 - $10/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Industrial
    Availability
    • 5 Spaces
    • 55,390 Sqft
  • St. Vincent Charity Medical Center - Medical Office Building - Cleveland
    2322 East 22nd Street, Downtown Cleveland, Cleveland, OH 44115
    For Lease $23.5 - $25.5/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 17,987 Sqft
  • Lakeside Place - Cleveland
    323 West Lakeside Avenue, Downtown Cleveland, Cleveland, OH 44113
    For Lease $17.5/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 6 Spaces
    • 59,638 Sqft
  • One Cleveland Center - Cleveland
    1375 East 9th Street, Downtown Cleveland, Cleveland, OH 44114
    For Lease $17 - $22/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 16 Spaces
    • 67,665 Sqft
  • 3500 Lorain Avenue - Cleveland
    3500 Lorain Avenue, Ohio City, Cleveland, OH 44113
    For Lease $18.5 - $19/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 4 Spaces
    • 12,625 Sqft
  • Innerbelt Buildings - Cleveland
    2800 Euclid Avenue, Central Cleveland, Cleveland, OH 44115
    For Lease $15/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 9 Spaces
    • 16,274 Sqft
  • PNC Center - Cleveland
    1900 East 9th Street, Downtown Cleveland, Cleveland, OH 44114
    For Lease $18.5/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 166,000 Sqft
  • Cleveland Business Park - 17909, 18013 & 18029 Cleveland Pkwy - Cleveland
    17909 Cleveland Pkwy, Riverside, Cleveland, OH 44135
    For Lease $12/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Industrial
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 16,001 Sqft
  • 4444 Lee Road - Cleveland
    4444 Lee Road, Lee-Miles, Cleveland, OH 44128
    For Lease $30/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Industrial
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 300,000 Sqft
  • The Halle Building - Cleveland
    1228 Euclid Avenue, Downtown Cleveland, Cleveland, OH 44115
    For Lease $16/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 1,214 Sqft
  • The Utica Building - Cleveland
    2217 East 9th Street, Downtown Cleveland, Cleveland, OH 44115
    For Lease $18/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 1 Space
    • 1,817 Sqft
  • 250 West Huron Building at Tower City Center - Cleveland
    250 West Huron Road, Downtown Cleveland, Cleveland, OH 44113
    For Lease $19.5/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 2 Spaces
    • 49,834 Sqft
  • Robbins Shaker West Professional Building - Cleveland
    11811 Shaker Blvd, Buckeye-Shaker, Cleveland, OH 44120
    For Lease $17/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 5 Spaces
    • 7,932 Sqft
  • 800 Superior Avenue - Cleveland
    800 Superior Avenue, Downtown Cleveland, Cleveland, OH 44114
    For Lease $20/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 7 Spaces
    • 111,929 Sqft
  • MidTown Innovation Center - Cleveland
    4415 Euclid Avenue, Goodrich-Kirkland Park, Cleveland, OH 44103
    For Lease $15 - $16/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 5 Spaces
    • 7,325 Sqft
  • One International Place - Cleveland
    20445 Emerald Pkwy, Riverside, Cleveland, OH 44135
    For Lease $21.5/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 3 Spaces
    • 14,144 Sqft
  • The Ferrum 77 Building - Cleveland
    3100 East 45th Street, Industrial Valley, Cleveland, OH 44127
    For Lease $11 - $13/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 36 Spaces
    • 28,696 Sqft
  • The Higbee Building - Cleveland
    100 Public Square, Downtown Cleveland, Cleveland, OH 44113
    For Lease $21.5/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 4 Spaces
    • 130,842 Sqft
  • 200 Public Square - Cleveland
    200 Public Square, Downtown Cleveland, Cleveland, OH 44114
    For Lease $27.95 - $35/Sqft/Year
    Property
    • Office
    Availability
    • 20 Spaces
    • 213,257 Sqft

Cleveland, OH Commercial Real Estate

There are currently 493 commercial listings available in Cleveland, OH. These listings include 534 commercial spaces that encompass a total of 6,520,875 square feet. Available commercial spaces in Cleveland, OH range in size from 101 square feet to 825,000 square feet. A total of 387 off-market commercial properties located in Cleveland, OH are also available for research.

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Cleveland, OH Economic Overview

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Located on the southern shore of Lake Erie, Cleveland is connected to the upper Midwest by way of canals and railroad lines. Given its easy access to trade by way of water and train, its economic history in manufacturing is unsurprising. Today, the economic backbone of Cleveland has diversified and, while steel and many other manufacturing goods are still leading industries, health care, bio-science, and technology are driving the city forward.

Cleveland underwent a major revitalization process in 2016. According to Forbes, 29 projects with more than $3.5 billion in investment have either opened or are scheduled to open in the city between 2016 and 2018. These improvements aim to create public green spaces and economic development. Greenways are being instituted, as well as landscape gardens. These projects emphasize similar initiatives that have taken place in New York, Washington, and Chicago, which are aiming to become more “green” cities.

Cleveland, OH Commercial Real Estate Market

Finding good real estate in Cleveland is a given, as the city seeks to make major improvements in their commercial developments, most notably in the following neighborhoods:

Downtown Cleveland: Considered to be the central business district of the city, Downtown Cleveland has great potential for businesses in the commercial real estate market. Between 2010 and 2014, Cleveland saw more than $4.5 billion in residential and commercial developments and, in 2012, Forbes mentioned this Cleveland real estate submarket in their list of “15 U.S. Cities’ Emerging Downtown.”

Located in Downtown Cleveland, the Warehouse District has a presence all its own. It is nationally recognized as a historic district and was originally the center of Cleveland’s commercial area in the early 1900s. Those old warehouses have now been rehabilitated to suit various commercial and residential uses. Currently, development in the area is booming because old warehouse buildings are fertile ground for new renovation and development, while still preserving the historic facade of the region making it a popular neighborhood with a vibrant culture.  The West Side Market can be found in Ohio City.

University Circle: As the name implies, University Circle has a strong academic presence and is home to several museums, cultural exhibits, and education institutions. Higher learning is a major part of the neighborhood’s lifestyle and is home to over 13,000 undergraduate, graduate, and professional students. While the resident population is just under 10,000 residents, there are an estimated 30,000 people who work there, making it vital to the local economy. The Case Medical Center is also located in the neighborhood and is considered to be one of America’s top hospitals in 13 medical and surgical specialties. Other notable medical institutions include the Ireland Cancer Center, MacDonald Women’s Hospital, Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital, and the Center for Clinical Research, which is the largest medical research center in the state.

Cleveland, OH Office Sales Volume

Data provided by Yardi Matrix, for properties larger than 50K SF, which sold at over $5M.

Cleveland, OH Office Transactions

Data provided by Yardi Matrix, for properties larger than 50K SF, which sold at over $5M.

Cleveland, OH Commercial Inventory Breakdown

Office Spaces

Total: 26,730,715 SF

Data provided by Yardi Matrix, properties over 50k SF, includes office with retail

By square footage range:

  • 50k to 100k SF: 2,627,940 SF / 9.83% of total office
  • 100k to 500k SF: 11,976,090 SF / 44.8% of total office
  • 500k to 1M SF: 8,591,064 SF / 32.14% of total office
  • > 1M SF: 3,535,621 SF / 13.23% of total office

By class:

  • Class A: 14,432,791 SF / 53.99% of total office
  • Class B: 8,931,639 SF / 33.41% of total office
  • Class C: 305,785 SF / 1.14% of total office

Industrial

Total: 20,280,666 SF

Data provided by Yardi Matrix, properties over 50k SF

By square footage range:

  • 100k to 500k SF: 16,857,341 SF / 83.12% of total industrial
  • 500k to 1M SF: 3,423,325 SF / 16.88% of total industrial

By class:

  • Class A: 1,074,660 SF / 5.3% of total industrial
  • Class B: 14,915,433 SF / 73.55% of total industrial
  • Class C: 3,948,469 SF / 19.47% of total industrial

Employment in Cleveland, OH

Employment

Listed below are the top 5 professions and the percentage of residents in Cleveland who work in that field:

  1. Sales, Office, Administrative Support (23.48%)
  2. Production, Transportation, Material Moving (16.99%)
  3. Management, Business, Finance (9.31%)
  4. Food Preparation, Serving (8.02%)
  5. Building Maintenance (6.23%)

Other notable fields of interest include technology, healthcare, and bio-science as these fields are currently being pursued in academic institutions.

Education in Cleveland, OH

According to the latest census data, 78.7% of Cleveland’s residents have a high school degree and 16.2% have a bachelor’s degree or higher. The percentage of people with higher education is growing particularly among young adults. Education institutions include Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland State University, Cuyahoga Community College, and Bryant & Stratton College. There is a strong presence of medical students and professionals in academics as well given the research centers and hospitals committed to medical advancement.

Commuting Time in Cleveland, OH

The average commute time in Cleveland is 24.9 minutes and the US average is 25.4 minutes making Cleveland better off than most of the country. The city also has a great public transportation system that includes rapid transit trains and buses. The availability of public transportation helps to ease highway congestion and also is part of the city’s efforts to become more environmentally friendly.

Cleveland Demographics

Population

  • Total Population387,398
  • Male Population(48.2 %) 186,844
  • Female Population(51.8 %) 200,554
  • Median Age36.00

Income/Financial

  • Average Household Income$43,920
  • Median Household Income$29,008
  • Median Income Under 25$19,038
  • Median Income 25-44$32,460
  • Median Income 45-64$30,612
  • Median Income Over 65$24,344

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