Each day, 18,000 employees are hard at work in MidTown’s businesses, nonprofits, and institutions.
Our factory workers turn out an array of innovative products three shifts a day. Our professional services firms engage with clients across the globe. Our nonprofits serve thousands each day and improve the community around them. Our startups teach, code, and create. Our Health-Tech Corridor is Northeast Ohio’s hub for innovation and creativity.
Company Spotlight: Dealer Tire
Dealer Tire is one of the fastest growing companies in Midtown. With a long history in our neighborhood, we're proud of the remarkable work more than 500 employees do together from this centerpiece headquarters.
We grew up in retail tires and changed our course by taking a bet on a market opportunity. We focused all of our efforts on the growing needs of the automotive dealer channel — and evolved from a single store to an international distributor of tires and parts.
But it’s not what we do that makes us different — it’s why we do it. We believe in creating win-win scenarios for everyone we work with. Because we know when our customers succeed, we will, too.
MidTown Job Board
- Dealer Tire
- The Cleveland Restoration Society
- Central Cadillac
- Applied Industrial Technologies
- Revenue Group
- Positive Education Program
- Abeona Therapeutics
- Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District
- City Mission
- American Red Cross
- AM Higley
- Harrington Electric
- Tech Elevator
- Jump Start
- Gary M. Burlin & Company
- Willo Security Inc.
- City Architecture
- Franchise Operations Inc.
- Karpinski Engineering
Please contact Nick Kearney if you would like MidTown to post any job listings for your organization.
Move your Company to MidTown
More than 60 companies have moved to MidTown in the last year. Convenient locations, spectacular properties, reasonable prices, ample parking, and myriad dining options make MidTown a compelling option for many growing companies and organizations.
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WORKING IN MIDTOWN MEANS MORE THAN JUST WORKING
MidTown is at the center of the Cleveland Health-Tech Corridor (“HTC”), a prime location for biomedical, healthcare and technology companies looking to take advantage of close proximity to four world-class healthcare institutions including the Cleveland Clinic and University Hospitals, six business incubators, four academic centers, and more than 170 high-tech and health-tech companies engaged in the business of innovation.
TRANSIT SERVICES & GETTING AROUND MIDTOWN
MidTown is centrally located in Cleveland, just a few minutes from Downtown Cleveland. MidTown is:
- Less than eight minutes from the Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals, and Case Western Reserve University
- Twenty minutes from Hopkins International Airport
- Easy to access from east, west, and south, with eight major access points to the interstate highway system (I-71, I-77, I-90 and the East 55th Street link to I-490)
- Eight minutes from the Public Square hub for RTA’s HealthLine bus and train system.
Several major thoroughfares run through MidTown, connecting it to both Downtown and University Circle. Prominently, RTA's HealthLine, a state-of-the art bus-rapid transit (BRT) system, offers rail-like convenience with the flexibility of a bus. It connects Public Square to the Louis Stokes Station at Windermere in East Cleveland.
Free and paid street parking is widely available in MidTown, and bike lanes run prominently along Euclid the entire stretch of the neighborhood, both into Downtown and through University Circle.
COMMITMENT TO SAFETY & SECURITY
Home to the Cleveland Police Department’s Third District, MidTown prides itself on being a safe place to work and live. MidTown is an urban neighborhood, and safety and security is a community obligation – it is important that employees and residents are watchful and use common sense by not leaving valuables in their cars and paying attention to their surroundings. We abide by the tenet “If you see something, say something.”
For emergencies or life threatening situations, dial 9-1-1.
To report non-emergency suspicious or criminal activity, contact the Third District at 216-621-1234.
You can also notify Carm Kelly in our office at 216-391-5080 x100.