CLEVELAND HEALTH-TECH CORRIDOR INTRODUCTION + GOALS • Establish the Corridor as a globally competitive environment for attracting and growing biomedical, health-care and medical supply chain businesses • Build on the $3.8 billion in investments within the Corridor and leverage the public transportation infrastructure improvement made to Euclid Avenue • Demonstrate that focused, community-wide collaboration rooted in market fundamentals can redevelop the urban core CONCEPT • Collaboration: • City, County and State Government • Business Community • Anchor Institutions • Foundations • Incubators • Focus: • Targeted Industry Cluster Attraction • Defined Physical Location NETWORK OF COLLABORATORS HEALTH-TECH CORRIDOR ASSETS • 50,000 employed at health care and educational campuses • 50,000 students enrolled in corridor educational institutions • 10 million sq. ft. of health care and educational space • 80 biomedical companies • 45 technology companies • $450 million in annual research • Opportunities for collaboration • Access to business resources • Diverse array of facilities with flexible lease rates • Convenient HealthLine transportation PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT INVESTMENT Incubators think [box] REDEVELOPMENT OF AGORA, 5000 EUCLID AVE 5 ACRE SITE, 54,000 SF of Office Donation to Midtown Cleveland, Development Agreement with Geis Completed in 2012 – 90% Leased MIDTOWN TECH PARK, 6700 EUCLID AVE 128,000 square feet, 90% Leased REDEVELOPMENT OF 7000 EUCLID AVE Western Building Razed (6900 Euclid) 7000 Building Prepared and Now Available 6,000 square feet still available Victory Building, 7012 EUCLID AVE $25 million dollar project 165,000 square feet Plenty of available parking Existing Fiber Network in Cleveland First Energy – Brown Cavtel – Light Blue CCI – Blue TDS – Red Forest City Fiber - White Projects to be Connected to 100 Gigabit Fiber Land Available in Corridor Non-Bank Funding in the Corridor •Over $83 million City financing since 2008 •$800,000 development grant to BioEnterprise from The Cleveland Foundation in 2011 •$250,000 grant from the Ohio DOD in 2010 •$200M in State Third Frontier funding for Health Line •Federal funding totals: $31.6 million HUD 108, $1.8 million Other HUD, $3 million BEDI, $1.7 million EPA, $500,000 EDA Example Projects with alternative funding sources: •Midtown Tech Park: $3.5 million State of Ohio job ready sites grant, $10.7 million federal loan •Victory Building: $2.6 million in tax increment financing, federal and state historic tax credits, and a $1 million State of Ohio job ready sites grant Two New Medical Schools Case Western Reserve University Medical School and the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine: • New construction to be built on Cleveland Clinic’s campus DeVry’s Chamberlin College of Nursing: • Located in heart of the Corridor at Midtown Tech Park • Grand opening October 2013 • Nursing skills laboratories, simulation lab, coronary care unit, general skills and health assessments lab Data Centers 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Byte Grid/Cleveland Technology Center: serves as a secure place to put backup systems and electronic records for heavy data users -1425 Rockwell Ave Bluebridge: work group recovery, virtualization, cloud computing, disaster recovery and managed storage and services - 1255 Euclid Ave FiberMedia: suite of managed IT services that include device management, monitoring, storage, back-up and cloud infrastructure as a service (IaaS) - 200 West Prospect Ave Cogent: dedicated internet access, IP transit, Ethernet point-topoint, colocation services – 1621 Euclid Ave Cuyahoga County Data Center: to relocate to renovated 8,000 SF 2nd floor of County Medical Examiner building - 11001 Cedar Ave Companies of Note IT: 1. 2. 3. 4. CGI Information Technologies: IT outsourcing, application management, systems integration and consulting, infrastructure services Solar Systems Networking: IT design, virtual environments, installation and support, data wiring, VoIP phone systems, and wireless implementation MCPc: customer-centric IT solutions provider that drives positive business results through practical problem solving eCollect: utilizes modern banking regulations and payments laws to electronically recover returned checks for clients thus preventing the need for collections activity Web Development: 1. 2. Wiselime/Tackk: provides a Web-publishing service for single-use and disposable content Hyland Software: developer of the enterprise content management (ECM) and process management software suite called OnBase Companies of Note (contd.) Marketing: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. BrandMuscle: helps national companies localize their advertising campaigns Rosetta: interactive digital marketing agency Renters BOOM: specializes in designing, building and running contests and promotions for property management companies using social media Insivia: developer of marketing solutions through strategy and design DigiKnow: digital marketing agency - develops campaigns, systems, and tools to connect people with clients' ideas and products Medical Technology: 1. Talis Clinical: developer of anesthesia information management systems 2. Explorys Medical: has developed the worlds most scalable platform for Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) and one of the largest healthcare databases in the world Utilities • Cleveland Public Power: • • • • 4 substations in the Corridor – enables CPP to provide dual feed from 2 substations Flexible rates, based on consumption + fixed power cost, more power consumed will lower rate Demand charge rates: $.0115 KWH - $.0309 KWH First Energy: • • Rates based on type of business not consumption High availability of 20MW power fed via underground lines from two separate substations A place where little companies and large institutions work together to challenge the impossible. That’s a big idea . Try + Fail + Try + Fail + Try + Fail + Try Change the world.