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Progress and Alameda Drive were established as the City of Strongsville’s first industrial park.  This well established business park is positioned on 325 acres of land between Pearl Road and Westwood Drive. 


The business park, along with Westwood Drive, contains over forty (40) companies, including large manufacturers Atlantic Tool & Die, DeMag Plastics Group, and PPG Industries.  Nearly 2,000 employees work in this area.

Crain's Cleveland Business Magazine (Sept. 2010) ranked Progress Drive Business Park in the top 10 Largest Industrial Parks in Northeast Ohio.


Benefits to locating a business within this area include:

  • The park is near well-planned and attractive residential areas, excellent schools, convenient shopping areas and several golf courses. Numerous hotels and restaurants offer both choice and convenience.
  • A development oriented community focused on industrial users, Strongsville can offer up to 100% tax abatement for ten years to qualified companies.
  • The Strongsville area provides a highly skilled workforce.
  • Fully improved land sites ready for your build-to-suit project.
  • Conveniently located just minutes from major highways (I-71, I-80, I-480)
  • Easy access to all transportation and distribution channels in the area including Cleveland Hopkins Airport, which is just 8 miles away.



Progress Drive Business Park Map.