UNION— Balboa Real Estate Partners, LLC and The Opus Group announced plans to build a 213,000-square-foot warehouse distribution center, Crossroads Logistics Park, in Union.
Logistics and Distribution
RUSSIA— Cemleb Properties, LTD will begin development of a 12,000 square foot speculative expandable building in Russia, Ohio. This building will catalyze future development at Commerce Drive Industrial Park in the Village of Russia, Shelby County. This is the first development at the Industrial Park.
DAYTON—A&M Cold Storage and Trailer Leasing announced it will expand its New Bremen facility, creating 10 new jobs. The company has already begun construction on a 10,000 square foot building project at 715 Streine Drive in New Bremen.
A&M Cold Storage and Trailer Leasing rents and leases refrigerated semi-trailers and portable walk-in coolers/freezers for the transport and storage of food, beverage, pharmaceuticals, composite materials, chemicals, and other materials that require climate control.
JobsOhio approved an Ohio Site Inventory Program (OSIP) grant for the construction of a 500,000-square-foot industrial facility by NorthPoint Development at 251 North Dixie Drive in Dayton.
Established 2012, NorthPoint Development is a privately held real estate development firm specializing in the development of Class A Real Estate facilities. NorthPoint offers a combination of market knowledge, engineering and construction expertise, logistics, labor and incentive knowledge.
One of the largest, most recognizable footwear brands in the world, Crocs, Inc., moved a major distribution center from California to western Ohio in order to better serve a growing worldwide customer base.
Crocs brought its first products to market in 2002. Today, Crocs is one of the 10 largest non-athletic shoe brands in the world, known for its flexible, soft and comfortable clogs and sandals. The company has sold more than 600 million pairs of shoes to date.
Chewy announced in October 2018 its plans to build a fulfillment center near the Dayton International Airport, which will employ 600 new workers.
Hematite Inc., a Canadian Tier 1 automotive supplier and manufacturer, is investing $18 million to build a 106,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Englewood. The new site, which will also serve as the company’s U.S. headquarters, will employ 100 full-time workers over the next three years.