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DAYTON (HIGH TECH FLEX BLDG)

  • The High Tech Flex Building is 43,800 sq.ft., multi-tenant industrial/flex building located at 3500-3560 Park Center Drive in Dayton, Ohio, located less than one mile from access to Interstate 75 and 1.6 miles south of the intersection of Interstate 70 and 75, major east-west and north-south highway arteries for the United States.

  • The building is currently 100% leased to a mix of national and regional tenants which include:

    Laird Plastics: with 49 locations throughout the U.S. and Canada, Laird Plastics has been successfully distributing plastic sheets, rods, and films for over 70 years.  With a large network of service centers and inventories with an extensive product range, Laird Plastics provides comprehensive supply chain coordination to the industry’s leading manufacturers, including product representation on performance and selection, transportation, storage, and delivery.

    Perry proTECH: is a leading provider of business technology solutions and products throughout northern and western Ohio, northeastern Indiana, and southern Michigan.  Founded in 1965, the firm offers a number of services including multifunction printers and office products, document storage and retrieval, networked systems and managed print services to clients in a wide range of industries.  PERRY proTECH has six locations in Columbus, Dayton, Findlay, Mansfield, Toledo, OH, and Fort Wayne, IN, as well as their corporate headquarters in Lima, OH.

    Vinebrook Homes: is an internally managed real estate company specializing in acquiring, renovating and leasing single family homes.  Founded in 2007, the company focuses on providing quality homes in a variety of options in Dayton, Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Memphis, and Kansas City.

  • The property enjoys excellent access to several major US highway systems: I-75 which runs north-south; I-70 which runs east-west; US Route 35 which runs southeast and northwest; and State Route 4 which runs north and west.  The property is just 13 minutes from downtown Dayton.

  • The intersection of Interstates 70 and 75 see 80,166 Average Daily Traffic (“ADT”) on I-70 and 102,023 ADT on I-75.

  • The building sits on 4.007 acres zoned IOP – Industrial Office Park.

  • The building was built in 1985 of tilt-up, load bearing concrete panels with steel beams, bar joists and pipe columns connecting the opposing panels and supporting the roof deck.  The roof is 45 Mil EPDM.

  • The building features five (5) dock doors and one (1) drive-in door on the south end of the building in the Lair Plastics space.

  • The building is served by 115 asphalt, striped parking spaces with 112 regular spaces and 3 handicapped spaces.

  • The building is served by 85 asphalt, striped parking space.  The parking lot has two ingress/egress points from Park Center Drive.

  • Situated in southwestern Ohio, Dayton is the county seat and the largest city in Montgomery County.  Dayton is a part of several other communities called the Greater Dayton Area which includes the cities of Vandalia, Trotwood, Kettering, Centerville, Beavercreek, Fairborn, West Carrollton, Huber Heights, Troy and Miamisburg.  The Dayton Metro Area is often referred to as the birthplace of aviation as it was the home of the Wright brothers and where they researched and experimented with heavier-than-air flight.  Composed of Greene, Montgomery and Miami Counties, it is the fourth largest metropolitan area in Ohio.  Defense and aerospace industries comprise a large section of the regions economy.  Healthcare also accounts for a sizable portion of the area’s employment with several key hospitals, institutes and centers located in Dayton and employing an estimated combined total of nearly 32,000 and a yearly economic impact of $6.8 billion.  Wright-Patterson US Air Force Base is just east of Dayton.  The base employs 27,500 military, civilian and contract employees and has a $4.3 billion annual economic impact.  The rise of e-commerce has fueled a strong growth in the Dayton area in recent years with demand for warehousing and distribution facilities and Dayton’s logistics sector is expected to add an additional 2,200 jobs by 2023.

  • For more information, please contact:
    David Marks
    Tower Investments, LLC
    250 W. Main St., Suite 101
    Woodland, CA 95695
    (530) 668-1000 – telephone
    (530) 666-5574 – facsimile
    davidmarks@towerinv.com
    www.towerinv.com

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