Vandalia factory, former Encon home, is sold

A Vandalia manufacturing site just sold for $1 million.

A 61,208-square-foot building at 6161 Ventor Ave. was sold by Gaiser Properties Inc. to MSW RE 1 Inc., Montgomery County property records show. The sale was recorded Monday.

A Loopnet listing describes the site as offering manufacturing, warehouse and office space, with five docks and three drive-in doors. It also has 75 parking spaces and is rail accessible, located just a mile from Interstate 75.

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Chuck McCosh, president and principal of Springboro-based OCRD, was the listing broker in the transaction.

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The site once was home to Encon, which was founded in the early 1970s by William Gaiser and managed later by Karin Gaiser. The production operations of a related company, Eco-Groupe Inc., were sold in 2015.

Though a website for Encon still gives a 6161 Ventor address, it no longer has a working phone number.

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The building was built in the mid-1980s.

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