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Jackson Building

479 Industrial Park Drive, Waverly, Ohio 45690

Site Overview

This one-million square foot building, built in 1998, was formerly used for assembly and distribution and is situated on 84 acres of land.  The cross dock distribution/manufacturing area with high clearances and 96 docks offers opportunity for manufacturing or distribution.  This site is easily accessible to major roads and highways.  The building has an ESFR sprinkler, abundant utility capacity, potential for rail access, and 550 auto parking spaces and 390 trailer parking spaces.  The Jackson building is located in a Foreign Trade Zone through Rickenbacker Intermodal Connector and is immediately available for lease or purchase. The building is divisible and expandable.

Transportation

  • 4-lane Highway: 1.6 miles to US 32
  • Interstate: 63 miles to Interstate 71
  • Nearest Port: 29 miles to Port of South Point
  • Rail: 0.2 miles to CSX
  • Airport: 70 miles to John Glenn International Airport

Utilities

  • Gas: Pike Natural Gas
  • Electric: AEP Ohio
  • Water: Pike Water
  • Sewer: Pike County Sewer District
  • For Sale or Lease

  • Price:

    For Sale: $11,500,000; For Lease $2.50/sf NNN
  • Building Info
  • Square footage:

    1,021,404
  • Ceiling Height:

    23'-28'
  • Divisible:

    yes
  • Loading Dock(s):

    96
  • Drive In Door(s):

    4
  • Building Features:

    ESFR sprinkler, abundant parking (550 auto, 390 trailer spaces)
  • Land Info
  • Acres:

    84.09
  • Additional acreage:

    128 AEP Quality Site certified acreage adjacent to the north at Zahn's Corner Industrial park and 159 acres adjacent to the south at CBRE South Central Ohio Site
  • Zoning:

    No zoning
  • Lat/Lon:

    39.08108, -82.96980
  • County:

    Pike

Interactive Maps

GIS Map image thumbnail Site and Region View site on interactive GIS-map website

Zoom in and out to see site in relation to surrounding area. Change basemap to see imagery, roads, topography, etc. Turn layers on and off to view site features and community demographics.

Engineer's GIS Map image thumbnail Site Detail View engineer's map(s)

Map is printable, and layers can be turned on and off to view site features. To utilize layer features, download the document and open on your desktop (not in browser). At the far left, click on the icon with two squares, then view the list of layers by clicking on the + sign next to "layers." Turn layers on and off by clicking on the eye icon at the left of each layer.

Land Information

Topography

Ohio River Site topography map thumbnail Topographic Map

The topography at the site is generally flat with an average elevation of 665 feet above sea level.

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Floodplain

Ohio River Site floodplain map thumbnail Floodplain Map

According to the two FEMA FIRMs for the Jackson Building, 39131C0228C and 39131C0229C, the site is located within Zone X. Zone X is determined to be outside the 0.2% chance flood plain.

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Wetland

Ohio River Site wetland map thumbnail National Wetland Map

The USFWS NWI map for the Jackson Building shows two wetlands located near the southwest portion of the site.  These wetlands are labeled as PEM1A (Palustrine, Emergent, Persistent, Temporary Flooding) a Freshwater Emergent Wetland measuring 0.28 and 1.10 acres in size.

View National Wetlands Inventory map

Soil Information

Ohio River Site wetland map thumbnail Soil Map

According to the USDA NRCS, there are three soil types mapped for the site.  The two dominant soil types shown are Doles silt loam, 0 to 2% slopes (Dol1A1 – 46.8 acres, 54.7% of the site) and Omulga silt loam, 2 to 6% slopes (Omu1B1 – 27.2 acres, 31.8% of the site).

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Transportation (For maps, see Interactive Maps above)

Rail Access

The CSX Transportation railway runs just east of the eastern site boundary.

Vehicular Access

The primary vehicular access to the buildings is from Industrial Park Drive.  Industrial Park Drive is a two-lane road and there is good visibility for motorists turning into or out of the site. State Route 220 is located just south down Industrial Park Drive and also has good infrastructure and visibility.

Industrial Park Drive is approximately 1.5 miles from four-lane highway State Route 32, which runs east-west and connects to four-lane highway US-23, which runs north-south, just 3.5 miles from the SR-220/SR-32 intersection.

Airport

The Jackson Building is located 60 miles from the Rickenbacker International Airport, which has cargo-dedicated flights to global destinations including Hong Kong, Brussels, Luxembourg, and Dubai.  In addition, the John Glenn International Airport is located 75 miles from the industrial park.  The Pike Regional Airport is located approximately 9 miles north of the property off of Alma Omega Road, north of downtown Waverly.

Utilities (For maps, see engineer's map(s) above)

Gas

Pike Natural Gas currently provides natural gas to the site via 6” gas main.  The gas capacity at the site is 696,000 MCF/ year.

Electric

Electrical service is currently provided by AEP Ohio to the Jackson Building.   Current capacity is 223 MW; current demand is 173 MW, and available capacity is 50 MW.

Water

Potable water service is provided by Pike Water.  Total Capacity for the site each site is approximately 450,000 gpd, and with minimal adjustments it can be increased to 480,000 gpd.  Water service is available in 8 inch lines. Teays Aquifer is located at site, and wells can be drilled on site to supplement water.

Sewer

Wastewater and sewer lines for the site run in 8 inch lines and are available to the site from Pike County Sewer District.   Current available capacity is 250,000 per day, but upgrades are already underway to increase capacity with an additional 500,000 gpd.  Improvements will be completed by Q1, 2018.

Telecommunications / Fiber

Telecommunications is provided by Horizon.  Horizon can provide point to point, point to multipoint and dedicated internet access at bandwidth levels from 5Mb to 10 Gb.  The fiber backbone can carry 440 Gb of traffic and is built in rings to protect service from fiber cuts and guarantee customer service level agreements.