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If you are looking for Ohio office space, you’ve come to the right place. OfficeFinder’s Ohio office space professionals assist business owners in locating office space that fits their requirements and preferences – and the service is FREE. Ohio OfficeFinder’s professionals make the task of securing the Ohio office space you need fast and easy using professional tools not available to the public. Whether you prefer to buy, lease or rent Ohio office space, our highly-trained, experienced team of office space experts can help you.

OfficeFinder’s Ohio professionals serve all the major markets in Ohio and most submarkets as well. You will work with a LOCAL representative of OfficeFinder, one who is an expert in office space in the city or town you select. Our experts help businesses both large and small, each client receiving the same level of caring attention to detail. We also assist you in avoiding potential pitfalls involved in negotiating an agreement with a property owner, potentially saving you thousands.

To begin, complete and submit the simple form on this page with a basic info. A LOCAL OfficeFinder Ohio office space expert will contact you and learn full details. Your representative will locate matching properties, assisting you all the way through closing the deal on the property you desire in the city or town of your choice.

Why Office Space in Ohio?

Ohio is a great place to live and conduct business for numerous reasons. The total population is over 11 million and growing and the state’s GDP is over $466.3 billion. It is industrialized but continues to draw economic wealth from its mineral resources. The rich soil continues to make agriculture one of the economic drivers for the state; after all who doesn’t love Georgia peaches, just one of the many to name just one agricultural product, well known for the best peaches anywhere. Most of the state’s economy is driven by commerce and manufacturing, metals, transportation equipment, plastics and machinery but recently the service industry has begun growing quickly.

Located on the southern shore of Lake Erie and with an extensive network of interstate and state highways, intermodal and over-the-road transportation makes it easy to ship products out and obtain materials needed by businesses. In fact, the easy of transporting products earned Ohio the Number 10 spot in the Small Business and Entrepreneurship Counsel in a recent study. 27 Fortune 500 companies are based in Ohio, and some of the best universities are located here, including Case Western Reserve University and Ohio State University. Startup businesses are as major industry in Ohio as well. It has the largest bioscience sector in the entire Midwest. It is also notable that Ohio rated 4th for green economic growth recently and was 2nd in a recent Business Week study of the top cities for new college graduates. The cost of living and doing business in Ohio is low, ranking 8th lowest in the nation, in part due to the low cost of housing and business properties

Here are a few of the major economic and metropolitan population centers in Ohio:

Cincinnati metropolitan area is home to about 2.2 million and was recently ranked by KPMG as the least costly city in the US in which to conduct business. . It was listed as one of the top 100 places to live in the US in a recent study.

Columbus metro area is home to around 2 million people. It is the 15th largest city in the US and encompasses 10 counties. Major economic drivers include government services, education, banking, healthcare and medical research, as well as many others. Columbus welcomes new businesses of every type, especially innovative and technology-based businesses.

Cleveland metro is home to approximately 2 million and growing. It is well known for the fine healthcare institution, Cleveland Clinic, which began there and has spread branches as far as the Middle East. Located directly on the southern shores of Lake Erie, it is a major point of intermodal transportation.

Were you to choose one of these great cities to locate your business, or another city or town in Ohio, you will find Ohio a great place to live and conduct business. Ohio office space is plentiful, including alternative space such as virtual office space and shared executive suites, so you are sure to find the right place for your business in Ohio.

Useful Statistics for businesses looking for office space in Ohio
2020 Estimated Population 11,675,275
Median Age 39.5
Occupied 3,128,172
Owned 7,793,347
Rented 3,433,414
Average Household Size 2.41
Rental Vacancies 85,978
Homeowner Vacancies 40,234
Median Home Value $151,400
Median Monthly Rental Cost $825
Median Household Income $31,078
Individuals below poverty level 1,012,577
Educational Attainment: High school graduate 2,629,870
Educational Attainment: Some College 2,330,787
Educational Attainment: Bachelor degree or higher 1,438,177
Commute 4,899,302
Commute by car, truck or other vehicle - Drive Alone 4,481,335
Commute by car, truck or other vehicle - Carpool 417,967
Use Public Transportation 79,191
Work from Home 332,962
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