Negotiations underway to lease newly-built warehouses in Butler County

Construction was finished in the fall on new speculative industrial buildings at Port Union Commerce Park near the intersection of Ohio 747 and Port Union Road, according to the developer and builder The Opus Group.

The 100-acre business park consisting now of four total warehouse buildings is partly located in West Chester Twp. and partly in Fairfield.

Two previously existing buildings on site were fully leased and include tenants such as Martin Brower and

The two newly-built facilities now available for lease include 4250 Port Union Road in Fairfield, with about 260,000-square-feet of floorspace for rent with 25 dock doors and two drive-in doors, according to Opus. The second newly-constructed building at 4350 Port Union Road in West Chester Twp. is about 547,000-square-feet with 60 dock doors and four drive-in doors.

“We are actively negotiating agreements with potential tenants for the facilities and look forward to sharing updates as they become available,” said Douglas Swain, vice president and general manager for Opus Development Company, in a written statement.

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All four buildings are owned by Founders Properties.

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