Ohio Crossroads Industrial Center
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Ohio Crossroads Industrial Center, which has been deemed among Ohio’s top sites, is adjacent to a four-lane divided highway connecting to I-71 and I-75. All utilities reach the park boundaries and all due diligence studies have been completed with clear findings. Crawford County Education & Economic Development Partnership and the Regional Growth Partnership collaborated to inventory the site’s compelling features that make it ideal for business.
- is community owned.
- is visible from US Route 30.
- has access to a large regional labor force.
Overview of Site
|Site Address:||149 Holmes Court South|
|Ownership:||Crawford County Development Board, Inc|
|Min Size:||22.2 acres|
|Max Size:||44.8 acres|
|Price Per Acre:||$10,000/acre|
|Distance to four-lane highway or interstate:||Adjacent|
Electric to Park Boundaries
|Excess Electric Capacity:||2.5 MW|
|Distance to Substation:||1.16 miles|
|Type of Feed:||Single Feed - Single Substation|
Natural Gas to Park Boundaries
|Excess Gas Capacity:||6-60 MCF/hour|
|Available Pressure:||40 PSI|
Water to Park Boundaries
|Water Service:||City of Bucyrus|
|Excess Water Capacity:||1.7 MGD|
|Total Capacity of System:||3 MGD|
Sewer to Park Boundaries
|Excess Sewer Capacity:||1.4 MGD|
|Total Capacity of System:||3.5 MGD|
Fiber/Telecom Service to Park Boundaries
|Fiber/Telecom Service to Park Boundaries:||Yes|
Due Diligence Studies and Reports
|Phase I Environmental Report:||Yes|
|Army Corps of Engineers Jurisdictional Determination:||Yes|
|Phase I Cultural Resources Study:||Yes|
|State Historic Preservation Office Concurrence:||Yes|
|Endangered Species Analysis:||Yes|
|U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Concurrence:||Yes|