The new construction will add 521,000 square feet of Class A industrial, production and warehouse space to the developer’s portfolio in the area, Miller-Valentine said in a release Friday.
“NorthPoint has already developed over 3 million square feet in the region,” the Dayton company said. “Its other nearby buildings house manufacturing and distribution centers for a diverse range of companies, including Spectrum Brands, known for its auto care products, Alpla, a plastic packaging manufacturer, and retail brands such Crocs and Chewy.”
“Dayton is an easy place for companies to land,” Dave Dickerson, president, Midwest Business Development for Miller-Valentine Group, said in the company’s statement. “The costs are right, plus we offer easy access to major interstates, railways and airports, and a healthy employment market.”