The Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority has enhanced its relationship with commercial real estate broker Colliers International, listing more than 70 acres of industrial property at 2100 Section Road and 2275 Seymour Ave. for sale with Colliers’ Senior Vice Presidents and Principals Bill Keefer and Chuck Ackerman.
“Due to their extensive knowledge and experience with the industrial real estate market in Cincinnati, Bill and Chuck have been long-term collaborators on our strategy to bring underutilized, vacant and blighted industrial properties back online as new centers of advanced manufacturing that create new jobs in Cincinnati and Hamilton County,” shared Melissa Johnson, Vice President of Industrial Development at The Port.
The Port’s industrial revitalization strategy focuses on addressing Hamilton County’s lack of shovel-ready sites. Without development-ready sites, the region cannot meet site selector demand that is crucial to attracting businesses and new jobs to our region.
The Port remediated and prepared the 56-acre site at 2100 Section Road, one of the largest pad-ready, available sites in Hamilton County, which is now listed for sale with Colliers.
2100 Section Road is a fully redeveloped heritage manufacturing site that offers all of the benefits of an urban manufacturing site; it is publicly owned and de-risked, offers easy access to customers in the Midwest and on the East Coast and is just minutes from primary interstates.
The Colliers team also has two parcels, totaling more than 13 acres, at 2249 and 2275 Seymour Avenue listed for sale. With funding primarily from the City of Cincinnati tax increment financing district and a JobsOhio redevelopment grant, The Port has repositioned the property to bring new businesses and jobs to the neighborhoods of Bond Hill and Roselawn.