The city of Miamisburg is taking steps to prepare for the sale of the Mound Advanced Technology Center at Mound Business Park. NICK BLIZZARD/STAFF

Miamisburg could sell Mound Business Park building to lure jobs

Miamisburg is preparing for the sale of a building at Mound Business Park.

A company is interested in buying the Mound Advanced Technology Center, a multi-story building on 4.26 acres off Capstone Drive at the business park, city records show.

The city is looking to replat the land as a firm called Patriot Communications is “interested in purchasing the property,” according to Miamisburg records.

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Calls seeking more information about the company, the possible sale and how many jobs would be involved were not immediately returned.

The city council is scheduled to consider the issue today when it meets at 6 p.m. in council chambers of the Miamisburg Civic Center, 10 N. First St.

The move comes as the city is laying the groundwork to create a zoning district for the business park. The 306-acre site is transitioning from public oversight with the city and the Mound Development Corp. to private ownership.

The business park has about 15 businesses with nearly 300 jobs.



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