A downtown Dayton office building near the federal building sold for just over $2.8 million today, according to local property records.
Titan Loan Investment Fund L.P. is identified as both the buyer and the seller for the May 1 transaction at 130 W. Second St. in downtown Dayton, according to Montgomery County property records.
The transaction is a sale to an investor named Brian Lash, a new owner coming into the market for this building, said Katie Doup, a Columbus-area spokeswoman with real estate firm CBRE. She said a fuller press release was being prepared now on Lash’s investment in Dayton and his plans.
Doup also said a second announcement on the sale of another Dayton building may be forthcoming in the near future.
The 22-story building at 130 W. Second was on sale with an asking price of $4.25 million, according to a LoopNet real estate listing. It offered a rentable building area of just over 326,000 square feet and was built in 1972.
Acadia, the Table 33 restaurant, IT firm DataYard and County Corp. are some of the building’s most notable tenants.
Acadia moved to the building last year from Kettering. The company moved to 4,800-square-feet of offices in that building.