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Canadian investor picks up Vandalia buildings for $3.5M

A Canadian real estate investor has paid $3.5 million for a pair of office buildings on Poe Avenue.

Local property records identify the buyer of 6640 and 6680 Poe as Olymbec USA LLC, a limited liability corporation with ties to the same Canadian company that owns the PNC building in downtown Dayton.

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Olymbec is also known in Dayton for having bought the 11-story 111 W. First St. office tower in 2016, renovating it as a home for Taylor Communications.

Records identify the seller as Poe Park Center. The transaction was dated Monday.

On its web site, Olymbec says each Poe Avenue building is four stories, with more than 42,000 square feet divisible to suit tenants.

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The two buildings are connected by a skybridge.

Olymbec owns some 13 million square feet of office, industrial and commercial space in the United States.

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