Washington Court House Industrial Park
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Washington Court House Industrial Park, which has been deemed among Ohio’s top sites, has all utilities reaching to the park boundaries, all due diligence studies completed with clear findings, and access to a large regional labor force. Washington Court House Economic Development and the Dayton Development Coalition collaborated to inventory the site’s compelling features that make it ideal for business.
- is rail served.
- is within an hour drive of Columbus and Dayton.
- has large excess water, sewer, and electric capacities.
Overview of Site
|Site Address:||Lowes Boulevard|
|City:||Washington Court House|
|Ownership:||KDT Farms and Oak Tree Properties (under option by the community)|
|Min Size:||5 acres|
|Max Size:||287 acres|
|Price Per Acre:||$15,000 - $35,000/acre|
|Distance to four-lane highway or interstate:||Adjacent|
Electric to Park Boundaries
|Excess Electric Capacity:||63 MW|
|Distance to Substation:||.5 miles|
|Type of Feed:||Dual Feed - Single Substation|
Natural Gas to Park Boundaries
|Excess Gas Capacity:||10,000 MCF/month|
|Available Pressure:||40 PSI|
Water to Park Boundaries
|Water Service:||City of Washington Court House|
|Excess Water Capacity:||1.73 MGD|
|Total Capacity of System:||1.77 MGD|
Sewer to Park Boundaries
|Excess Sewer Capacity:||.7 MGD|
|Total Capacity of System:||.74 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|