By Roxana Baiceanu
The most recent facilities part of Port Union Commerce Park in Fairfield, Ohio—Buildings 1 and 3—have found two new tenants: O’Gara-Hess & Eisenhardt Armoring Co., a manufacturer of armored vehicles, and ProFill Fulfillment, a supplier of licensed apparel. The two companies will occupy the remaining 235,000 square feet of industrial space and will close the tenant roster, which includes four other firms. CBRE’s First Vice President Doug Whitten and Senior Vice President Mike Lowe led the leasing efforts on behalf of the owner, Founders Properties LLC.
“The industrial market in the area is thriving and we are pleased that the space allows tenants to pursue growth opportunities, while bringing jobs and investment to the community,” said Kevan O’Connor, senior manager with developer Opus, in prepared remarks.
Part of Port Union Commerce Park since 2015, the two Opus developments expand the existent space with an additional 807,000 square feet. The buildings feature 60-foot deep trailer storage in the truck courts, ESFR sprinklers and T-5 fluorescent lighting.
- Building 1 has 260,000 square feet and includes 28-foot clear heights, 40-foot by 44-foot structural bays, 25 dock doors and two drive-in doors;
- Building 3 offers 547,000 square feet of industrial space and includes 32-foot clear heights, 50-foot by 50-foot structural bays, 60 dock doors and four drive-in doors.
The facilities are situated on 46 acres near the intersection of State Route 747 and Port Union Road, an area which is also home to several retailers. The buildings also offer access to interstates 275 and 75.
Image courtesy of Opus