Broadview Heights Real Estate
Broadview Heights is approx. 16 miles south of downtown Cleveland via I -77 S.
Broadview Heights was officially incorporated as a village on December 17, 1926 after a petition and an election among residents of the western portion of Brecksville Township. In 1927, Floyd C. Harris took office as the first mayor of Broadview Heights. In 1960, it became a city as a result of its population growth.
- University Hospitals opened a new outpatient health center and freestanding emergency department in Broadview Heights in 2016, accessible from Ohio 82 and the Interstate 77 interchange. Construction on the $28 million, 52,000-square-foot project began in 2014; the structures sits on more than six acres, one block east of the interchange.
- In 2015, 27 Brecksville-Broadview Heights middle and high school art students received a total of 36 regional awards through the 35th Annual Scholastic Art & Writing Awards competition. Five students who have been awarded Gold Keys had their artwork judged on the national level in New York.
- Broadview Heights students attend two school districts: Brecksville-Broadview Heights (shared with its neighboring city, Brecksville) and North Royalton (shared with neighbor North Royalton). There are three elementary schools, an intermediate school, a junior high school, and a high school in the Brecksville-Broadview Heights system. There are three elementary schools, a middle school, and a high school in the North Royalton system. The division is roughly the north half of the city going to Brecksville-Broadview Heights and the south to North Royalton. The city is also the home of Assumption Academy, a Catholic elementary school, and Lawrence School, a school for children with learning differences
- Population of over 19,000 per 2010 census
For more information on the city of Broadview Heights, visit https://www.broadview-heights.org/