|Here is a listing of common questions asked by businesses considering relocation into Brooklyn Heights. If you have a question that is not included in this list, please contact Mayor Michael Procuk at firstname.lastname@example.org
Why should we move to Brooklyn Heights?
Brooklyn Heights has a number of business benefits that sets it apart from other cities: including one of the lowest property taxes in Ohio – just 1.74%, a great central location midway between Cleveland’s east and west side neighborhoods, available land for development (a rarity this close to metropolitan downtown area, major utility services of all types are available, excellent safety and security with continuous patrol of industrial and commercial streets (all located within a 1.8 square mile area, a pro-business government and excellent recreational facilities both in and around the community. See the Economic Development home page for more details.
What incentives do you have to offer?What other kinds of incentives are there besides yours if any?
You don’t need special incentives in Brooklyn Heights, we always offer one of the lowest property taxes in the county and state – just 1.74% as noted in the County Commercial Tax comparison chart.
What are your taxes compared to other communities?
Brooklyn Heights offers one of the lowest property taxes in the county and state – just 1.74% as noted in the County Commercial Tax comparison chart.
Do you have high speed internet services available?
Major utility services of all types are conveniently available within the village, including fiber optic internet service (T-1 and T-3) and via our local supplier Cox Communications.
How much land for development do you have and where is it located?
With its close proximity to downtown Cleveland, Brooklyn Heights offers a great selection of undeveloped properties thanks to its agricultural history. Offering quick access to all the major interstates in town plus one of the lowest commercial tax rates in the state, and you have a winning combination for business success.
Major undeveloped properties in the Village include the following:
- 100+ acres north of Schaaf Road and the Granger Road Corridor (under multiple ownership, contact Mayor Michael Procuk for more information)
- 16 acres at corner of Granger & Tuxedo, (contact Geis Companies, 330-528-3500)
- 3 acres of land ready for development on 4363 Van Epps Road (contact Andy Right, GE Capital 610-232-0832)
- 3.8 acres on East Schaaf Road (contact Paul Sciria, Mag Systems Inc., 440-526-5540)
- 3-4 acres of land currently under development on Granger road west of Action Door (at 201 East Granger Road) (contact Dino Mastantuono, Action Door, 216-739-3667)
Are there any other companies like ours in your community?
Our online village directory provides a listing of Brooklyn Heights based business.
Mayor Michael Procuk
Please direct Economic Development inquiries to
Mayor Michael Procuk
345 Tuxedo Ave.
Brooklyn Heights, OH 44131
Office: (216) 749-4300
Mobile: (216) 408-5612
Fax: (216) 741-5713
Monday - Friday
8:00am - 4:30pm