Seville Village

Easily accessible to I-71, I-76 and I-271, this once sleepy community is located 45 miles south of Cleveland and 20 miles west of Akron. Fully developed acres of land zoned industrial and industrial/commercial are available. With not only land improvements in place, but also Community Reinvestment Areas, designated Foreign Trade Zone benefits, and immediate access to major highways, Seville offers superior building sites. An important advantage Seville offers to businesses in the Village is that it has its own municipal electric and water utilities. These often prove to be beneficial to companies because the rates are lower than those of the standard utility companies.

Located off S.R. 3 and less than one mile from I-76/I-77 with easy access to I-71, Beacon South Industrial Park offers parcels of available, improved industrial sites.

In the gently rolling farmland of southern Medina County, the residents of Seville enjoy all of the advantages of rural-suburban living as well as the benefits offered in nearby Akron and Cleveland. You will find Seville’s New England heritage reflected through much of its architecture, road systems and village government.

Committed to the preservation of an all-American quality of life, Seville practices an active, yet planned and controlled, method of growth and development. A robust industrial area, modern shopping and a variety of housing options make Seville and ideal area to consider when exploring industrial relocation and expansion.

Village of Seville Demographics

Population (2014, est.) 2,517
Unemployment Rate (2012) 6.4%
Median Household Income (2010) $56,481
High school and above 91.2%
Bachelor’s degree and above 18.9%
Master’s degree and above 6.1%
Homeownership Rate 79.8%
Median Home Value $134,603
Travel Time to Work
Less than 15 minutes 28.2%
15 to 30 minutes 45.5%
30 to 45 minutes 18.2%
45 to 60 minutes 5.6%
60 minutes or more 2.4%

*Data above from Profiles of Ohio (Grey House Publishing).

For more information, visit the Village of Seville.