The Hudson Advantage

Central to the Cleveland/Akron metropolitan region of 2.9 million people, Hudson has distinct advantages for your business. An upscale community of 22,323 with a median house value of $274,695, Hudson is ranked one of the “Best Places to Live in America” by Money Magazine. Hudson’s highly educated workforce, renowned quality of life, moderate cost environment and prime commercial real estate make it a great place to start or expand your business.

Keys to Hudson’s Success 

Diversity & Synergy
Hudson is central to a five-county region that thrives on a balance of technology, business services, education and government. More than 120 ethnic and cultural communities also flourish in Northeast Ohio.

Workforce Generation
Hudson draws from a labor pool of 2 million people living throughout Northeast Ohio, the 15th largest metropolitan market in the nation. Nearly half of local residents are between ages 20 and 54.

Academic Strength
Hudson is within driving distance of 24 colleges and universities – the second largest concentration of educational resources in the United States – leading the world in bioscience, polymer, liquid crystal, computer and industrial research and technology. Some 68 percent of Hudson adults and 34 percent of adults in the region hold a bachelor’s or advanced degree.

Attractive Location Options
Hudson’s commercial real estate market offers excellent value, with plenty of manufacturing, office, retail and vacant land for relocating or expanding businesses.

Transportation Infrastructure
Hudson is located within one of the nation’s top ten “logistics friendly” regions, according to Logistics Today, with easy access to major interstates, two major airports, rail and waterways. Northeast Ohio also has the largest number of consumers within a 250 mile radius of any metro market in the US.

Quality of Life
A jewel in the National Register of Historic Places, with top-rated schools, shops and restaurants, Hudson is a vibrant city set among the lush woodlands of the Cuyahoga Valley. With easy commutes and a moderate cost of living, Hudson’s Northeast Ohio setting often surprises with its world-class arts, orchestra, museums, universities, metro and national parks, sports and recreational venues.