Sidney Ohio Industrial Park
SiteOhio authenticated means construction ready day one. Sidney Ohio Industrial Park, which has been deemed among Ohio’s top sites, is visible and accessible from I-75, has robust sewer and water, and all due diligence studies have been completed with clear findings. Sidney-Shelby Economic Partnership and Dayton Development Coalition collaborated to inventory the site’s compelling features that make it ideal for business.
- is community owned.
- has redundant water.
- is adjacent to Mansfield Lahm Airport.
Overview of Site
|Site Address:||Kuther & Millcreek Roads|
|Ownership:||C.M. Cole and Associates, Inc.|
|Min Size:||10 acres|
|Max Size:||245 acres|
|Price Per Acre:||$30,000/acre|
|Distance to four-lane highway or interstate:||.5 miles to I-75|
Utility capacities are subject to change over time.
Please contact the site representative for the most recent information.
Electric to Park Boundaries
|Excess Electric Capacity:||5 MW|
|Distance to Substation:||3,300 ft|
|Type of Feed:||Single Feed - Single Substation|
Natural Gas to Park Boundaries
|Excess Gas Capacity:||25,001 - 50,000 MCF/Month|
|Available Pressure:||1 PSIG to 60 PSIG|
Water to Park Boundaries
|Excess Water Capacity:||1.4 MGD|
|Total Capacity of System:||1.4 MGD|
Sewer to Park Boundaries
|Excess Sewer Capacity:||2.15 MGD|
|Total Capacity of System:||2.15 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|
All utilities are available on the site with adequate capacities and can be viewed in the map below.