Where We Build
The Greco Building Group serves the Lorain, Medina, Cuyahoga and Summit county areas.
We keep a number of building lots in our corporate inventory. In addition, we have a vast inventory of available building sites through our network of Builders, Developers, Land Owners and Realtors. Chances are, no matter where you want to live, we can accommodate you. Contact us today to receive a detailed listing of available lots.
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Some of our most popular locations include the following:
A historic city located in central Lorain county just a short distance from Lake Erie, Amherst boasts a population of approximately 12,000 and encompasses seven square miles. Amherst has wonderful residential districts and excellent schools.
Bainbridge Township boasts easy access to the Cleveland metropolitan area and yet retains the semi-rural flavor loved by its approximately 11,000 residents. In its 25.9 square miles, you will find charming subdivisions, township parks, expansive rural living, and working farms. Bainbridge Township is truly a national jewel in the Chagrin Valley.
"Charming" is a word that is often used to describe Bath. It truly has a small-town feel yet is conveniently located. Residents enjoy recreational activities including parks, bike trails, and activity center. Their schools are among the highest-rated in the state.
Beautifully nestled along five miles of Lake Erie's wooded southern shore, the City of Bay Village blends the convenience of its west side location with the tranquility of an almost totally residential community. Residents are fortunate to have a community rich in recreational and cultural opportunities.
Well situated between Cleveland and Akron, at the crossroads of Ohio's east/west and north/south highways, Broadview Heights boasts of its award-winning schools, fine recreation programs, and great city services.
Grafton is a place that you can call home. The village has several parks which offer various recreational activities. There are also several annual events held in the village, such as the Memorial Day parade and Firemen's Festival, Trash to Treasure - Village - Wide garage sale, Farmers Market, and Old-Fashioned Christmas.
Granger Township is located on the eastern portion of Medina County and became an officially organized township in February 1820. Granger is named in honor of its former owner, Gideon Granger, who had been a legislator in Connecticut and served as the Postmaster General for George Washington. Award-winning schools and affordable living make Granger a wonderful place to live.
LaGrange is a growing, rural community in Lorain County. It is highly desirable because of its fantastic schools, recreation, and proximity to Cleveland and Elyria. LaGrange is approximately 20 minutes from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, and 35 minutes from downtown Cleveland.
Money Magazine has listed Medina in its top 100 best places to live. Medina residents and businesses have long known this is a great place to live, work and raise a family. The City is ranked high due to its low crime rate, excellent schools, affordable housing, generally low cost of living, and a tremendous local and regional health care system.
Richfield was founded on an agricultural basis. However, as times have changed, they are moving toward a mixed community of residential and commercial development. As with their forefathers, it is the hope of the community to allow for growth but to maintain the rural character and nature that makes the Village of Richfield so unique.
Bordered by Lake Erie on the north and the Rocky River and Cleveland Metroparks on the east, the City’s location is unique. Residents can boat, fish, and swim on Lake Erie and take advantage of nine City parks and the Metroparks for woods, playground equipment, picnicking, fishing, and countless other activities.
Strongsville exudes a small-town atmosphere with a quality of life consisting of soothing green space, excellent city services, and a school system second to none. Business and civic organizations work together hand-in-hand to project a community spirit that is evident to all.
Vermilion is the crowning jewel of the south shore of Lake Erie. From quaint shops to fine dining, the arts, entertainment, and unmatched festivities, Vermilion truly has it all. Be reminded of a simpler time when an afternoon at the beach, a hand-dipped ice cream cone, and a stroll along Main Street.