Ohio Office Rental & Leasing
Offices.net offers fully furnished executive suites, professionally equipped office space and cost effective corporate real estate in Ohio. The office space for rent includes a wide range of essential services, making setting up a business in Ohio faster and easier than ever.
- 3100 E 45th St
- Gemini Towers
- 2529 Detroit Avenue
- Enterprise Place
- Superior Building
- City Club Building
- 3214 Prospect Ave E
- Crown Centre
- One Independence Place
- Superior Building
- Fifth Third Center
- 33 North Third St.
- 470 Olde Worthington Rd
- 1900 Polaris Pkwy
- 341 S 3rd St
- 20 S Third Street
- 175 On The Park
- 4889 Sawmill Rd
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Ohio for Business: Why Companies Rent Offices in Ohio
Ohio is the seventh most populous state and the thirty-fourth largest by area (2018 data). Home to six former Presidents of the United States, the state is often called 'The Mother of Presidents'. Also known as 'The Buckeye State' for the Ohio buckeye tree, Ohio's capital and largest city is Columbus. Other major cities include Cleveland and Cincinnati. The largest industries in Ohio are financial services and manufacturing, with the state producing the most plastics, rubber, electrical equipment, appliances, and fabricated metals than anywhere else in the country. Ohio is also a leader in the green economy and has the largest bioscience sector in the Midwest.
Ohio is often considered one of the best places to do business in the United States thanks to business-friendly policies and regulations, as well as one of the best and largest university and college systems. The state has no corporate profits tax and no inventory tax, as well as no tax on gross receipts under $1 million and on machinery and equipment investments. Its central location and excellent transportation infrastructure also ensures businesses are within 600 miles of 60 per cent of all American and Canadian manufacturing and major North American markets.