With its signature blue screening cap adorning the top of the building, 110 N. Main is an iconic landmark within the Dayton CBD and a short walk to popular destinations including RiverScape Metro Park along the Great Miami River, Day Air Ballpark (home of the Dayton Dragons minor league baseball franchise), Courthouse Square, and the Benjamin & Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center
2 . SPECIAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT
110 N. Main benefits from being located within the Downtown Dayton Special Improvement District which partners with Downtown Dayton Partnership (DDP) to implement its service plan approved by a majority of downtown property owners. The DDP serves these property owners by working on five agreedupon areas: strategic planning and advocacy, economic development, marketing & communication, street vibrancy & creative placemaking, and clean and safe services.
3. OPPORTUNITY ZONE
110 N. Main is located within an Opportunity Zone. Added to the US tax code as part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in December 2017, the goal of the Opportunity Zone program is to incentivize long-term capital investment in designated areas to promote economic development and job creation, specifically through the reallocation of capital gains
4. PREMIER HEALTH TENANCY
Anchored by Premier Health Partners (Moody’s A3), the dominant health system in the Greater Dayton region, the cash flow provided by their tenancy is predictable and secure.
The property’s location within the Dayton Central BusinessDistrict has nearly immediate access to I-75, providing quick and convenient access for tenants and guests
6. REPLACEMENT COST
The opportunity exists to acquire a Class A office tower at substantially below replace cost. Based on the expected occupancy of approximately 104,000 RSF and with the majority of the available space on the upper floors, the ability to acquire the property at a fraction of replacement cost gives an investor the flexibility to increase cash flow through the lease up of the available space or to convert a large portion to an alternative use, or some combination thereof.
7. UNIVERSITY IMPACT
With the University of Dayton a few miles to the south, Wright State University approximately 10 miles to the northeast and Sinclair College within the CBD, the proximity of each of the universities to the Dayton CBD has benefited both the city and a variety of companies in the region.
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The property’s inclusion on the National Register of Historical Places provides an opportunity for an adaptive reuse investor to seek tax credits, in addition to other available programs and abatements. The owner can apply for a variety of incentive programs,
2. ICONIC CBD PROPERTY
On the National Register of Historic Places since 1986, 19 Garfield Place was designed by Tietig and Lee and constructed in 1923. Terracotta tiles cover the eightstory façade with elements of metal and marble. The building has earned ENERGY STAR certification for the last seven years
3. URBAN OASIS
With Piatt Park, the oldest park in Cincinnati, at the front door of 19 Garfield Place and stretching two blocks from Vine Street to Elm Street, tenants and guests alike can take advantage of its shaded beauty. Immediately to the Northeast, the recently revitalized Court Street Plaza, a $5.5 million project, is not only a great public gathering space featuring wide, pedestrian-friendly sidewalks and community artwork, it’s also situated at the center of many unique small businesses.
4. DOMINANT OHIO MSA
At more than 2.2 million residents, the Greater Cincinnati MSA, comprised of 16 counties in three states, is the largest within the State of Ohio and the 30th largest in the United States. Five Fortune 500 companies are headquartered in the Greater Cincinnati MSA including 4 located in the CBD.
5. WALKABLE AND TRANSIT-ORIENTED LOCATION 19 Garfield Place is located within a block and a half of the Seventh & Walnut stop for The Connector, a 3.6-mile streetcar line operating throughout the city’s urban core and connecting The Banks with Over-the-Rhine. Cincinnati is also one of the most walkable downtown areas in the country with a walkability index of 18.6 out of 20 and a walk-score of 95%. Whether it’s the gentrified old-world charm of the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood a few blocks to the north or the more modern amenities located within the CBD and at The Banks to the south, 19 Garfield Place is a short walk or streetcar ride to both of Downtown’s vibrant social scenes.
6. STRONG MARKET FUNDAMENTALS FOR NEW MULTI-FAMILY CONSTRUCTION
New Class-A multi-family product in the downtown Cincinnati market has recently outperformed the rest of the Cincinnati MSA. Pairing an average of 95% occupancy with an impressive $2.26/SF, these fundamentals present an exciting opportunity to redevelop 19 Garfield Place into apartments.
7. OUTSTANDING RENT GROWTH IN DOWNTOWN MARKET In the Cincinnati downtown market, rent growth for Class-A properties in the last 5 years has been over 13%. The remaining downtown properties experienced rent growth around 8% in that same time period. The average asking rent for Class A properties downtown is $2,102/month.
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The building features sleek and timeless glass lines bringing excellent natural light into the space with incredible 360 views of Downtown Cincinnati, including views of the Ohio River, Paycor Stadium, and The Banks. The open floor plans are ideal for a traditional office user or adaptive reuse, providing a multitude of options for configuration of the space.
2. UPSIDE PARKING POTENTIAL
The 266-space parking garage on the first four levels of the building providing users convenient, onsite parking and an opportunity to enhance cash-flow potential through public-facing parking options for transient visitors.
3. CREDITS, INCENTIVES, AND ABATEMENTS
The owner of 312 Plum Street can apply for a variety of incentive programs, including but not limited to state and federal tax incentives, sales tax exemptions for construction materials, and real estate tax abatements on the improved value.
4. SOUTHWEST CBD MOMENTUM
With multiple conversions and recently completed new construction, the southwest quadrant continues to evolve into a vibrant residential and hospitality corridor within Downtown Cincinnati. 312 Plum Street’s proximity to The Banks, a preeminent mixed-use development along the Ohio River, and Fountain Square, the social heart of Downtown, positions it well for either a residential or hospitality adaptive reuse.
5. WALKABLE AND TRANSIT-ORIENTED LOCATION Cincinnati is one of the most walkable downtown areas in the country with a walkability index of 18.6 out of 20 and a walk-score of 95%. Holding true to this high index, 312 Plum Street is within a 10-minute walk of numerous amenities and points of interest.
6. STRONG MARKET FUNDAMENTALS FOR NEW MULTI-FAMILY CONSTRUCTION New Class-A multi-family product in the downtown Cincinnati market has recently outperformed the rest of the Cincinnati MSA. Pairing an average of 97% occupancy with an impressive $2.26/sf, these fundamentals present an exciting opportunity to redevelop 312 Plum Street into market-rate apartments.
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AUCTION DATES: MAY 1 - MAY 3
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1. CREDITS, INCENTIVES AND ABATEMENTS
The owner of Fourth & Walnut Centre can apply for a variety of incentive programs, including but not limited to state and federal tax incentives, sales tax exemptions for construction materials, and real estate tax abatements on the improved value. A summary of some of these programs and the property’s status is on page 8.
2. FOURTH STREET MOMENTUM
With multiple conversions and recently completed new construction, Fourth Street continues to evolve into a vibrant residential and hospitality corridor within Downtown Cincinnati. Fourth & Walnut Centre’s proximity to The Banks, a preeminent mixed-use development along the Ohio River, and Fountain Square, the social heart of Downtown, positions it well for either a residential or hospitality adaptive reuse.
3. WALKABLE AND TRANSIT-ORIENTED LOCATION
Fourth & Walnut Centre is located within a half-block of the Fountain Square Station for The Connector, a 3.6-mile streetcar line operating throughout the city’s urban core and connecting The Banks with Over-the-Rhine. Cincinnati is also one of the most walkable downtown areas in the country with a walkability index of 18.6 out of 20 and a walk-score of 95%.
4. DOMINANT OHIO MSA
At more than 2.2 million residents, the Greater Cincinnati MSA, comprised of 16 counties in three states, is the largest within the State of Ohio and the 30th largest in the United States. 7 Fortune 500 companies are headquartered in the Greater Cincinnati MSA including 5 located in the CBD.
5. OVER 11,000 CINCINNATIANS CALL DOWNTOWN HOME Downtown Cincinnati supports a richly compact community with abundant amenities. With increased demand to live in the area and new housing options under construction or planned, this number is expected to grow for the foreseeable future. Downtown's population balloons several times over during and after work hours. When work is over, the entertainment corridors light up with residents and visitors alike.
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This 10+/- land site is zoned for up to 266 residential units and up to a 4-story product. The site offers a developer the opportunity design & develop a variety of potential products including market rate apartments, townhomes, single family rentals or a for sale product. Along with the existing 84-unit senior living and memory care facility and senior villas, Vision Development & Elmington Capital are under construction with 839 apartment units which include Class A+ market rate, workforce and 55+ age restricted units.
2. LOCATED IN DYNAMIC GROWING COMMUNITY
Union Township is a thriving community just on the outskirts of Cincinnati and is the 9th largest township in the State of OH. Located just minutes from I–275 the development site is nestled between abundant retail amenities and tree lined rapidly growing residential communities
3. PROXIMITY TO LARGE EMPLOYERS
Being known as a well-managed local municipality, Union Township is known as a business-friendly community. Union Township has emerged as a major employment center on the east side of Cincinnati. Home to Total Quality Logistics, the 2nd largest freight brokerage company in the US who is currently expanding their Headquarters which will create 600 new jobs. Nearby employers also include American Modern Insurance and Tata Consultancy Services who each have over 1,000 employees.
4. EASY ACCESS TO RETAIL, ENTERTAINMENT & COMMERCE
Union Commons Development location will not only provide residents access just minutes away to local retail, restaurant and entertainment amenities but also easy access to Downtown Cincinnati & Greater Cincinnati/N KY International Airport.
5. ESTABLISHED + IMPROVING AREA DEMOGRAPHICS – TRAFFIC COUNTS
2 new traffic circle will highlight the entrance to Union Commons from Bach Buxton Rd & Glen-Este Withamsville Rd. These improvements along with the Clepper Lane extension to Bach Buxton Rd. the current 13,375 cars per day will increase significantly. Union Commons is also surrounded by desirable demographics with average household incomes of $95,000 and significantly rising home values.
6. OPPORTUNITY ZONE
Union Commons development site is located within a Designated Opportunity Zone, one of only two located in Clermont County. Investors in a multi-family development will have the ability to defer existing capital gains and take advantage of the significant long-term hold tax benefits available to investors in projects located in Opportunity Zones.
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1. Three Oaks Master Development
The senior living site is located within Neyer Properties planned Three Oaks mixed-use 30-acre development. Along with Senior Living this new and exciting neighborhood will have a mix of new-urbanism single family residential homes, townhomes and 393 Class A+ apartments..
2 . Fully Entitled Delivered Site
The site is zoned for up to 200 senior units and is fully entitled with a 30% real estate tax abatement for 15 years. The master developer will begin construction on infrastructure in Spring 2022 with anticipated delivery of a pad-ready site, including new public utilities and public roadways in Fall 2022.
3. On Site Amenities
Three Oaks will have numerous on-site amenities including a public park and a multitude green spaces throughout the development along with dog parks and a ½ mile walking trail.
4. Eclectic Urban Neighborhood
The property is centrally located in the Cincinnati market and adjacent to numerous affluent communities. Oakley Station, a 74-acre retail, entertainment and office development is just minutes away and a pedestrian tunnel to provide direct access to Oakley Station is being planned. In addition to Oakley Station there are numerous unique neighborhood establishments.
5. Strong Senior Demographics
Since 2010, the senior population has increased by 9%. The population age 75 and older between 2019 & 2024 is projected to increase by over 13%. In addition, the average household income within a 5-mile radius is over $80,000 per year.
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• 226 Class A student housing apartment units (608 beds) in three of the five buildings
• 42,225 of Class A medical/clinical office space in one, 2-story office building
• 34,916 SF of retail space: 4,500 SF in a free-standing building and 30,416 on the first floor of one of the three student apartment buildings
• 13.86 total acres and 906 total parking spaces
In addition to the five buildings, the opportunity includes development rights for approximately 3.7 acres that adjoin University Station. Details included in the ground lease summary located in the appendix.
1. COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
University Station is the only fully amenitized, purpose-built student housing community serving Xavier students. With high-end finishes, including granite counter tops and stainless-steel appliances, in-unit laundry and separate bedrooms and bathrooms, University Station is also the only Class A student housing complex serving the student population. The asset is newly constructed with Phase I developed in 2014 and Phase II constructed in 2020. Current amenities include swimming pool, study areas, workout facility, game room and theatre room.
Student Housing is pre-leased at 70% as of January 2023 for the 2023/24 school year which is significantly above the preceding school year (54%).
3 HIGH QUALITY OFFICE TENANCY
With TriHealth, an A+ rated health system, and CTI Clinical Trial and Consulting Services, a globally recognized Contract Research Organization, the office tenancy provides secure and stable cash flow.
4. VALUE CREATION
New ownership will be able to significantly upgrade the ‘curb appeal’ of the student housing apartments by upgrading the existing facilities and adding additional amenities. There is also the opportunity to add value through the lease up of vacancy within the retail component of the asset, which is anchored by the Xavier University Bookstore and Starbucks.
5. EXCELLENT LOCATION
University Station is seamlessly integrated with Xavier University’s campus, providing students with immediate access to all the University’s educational facilities. Xavier currently has its "All for One Shop" Bookstore in one of University Station’s retail suites and Xavier recently opened its Health United Building, an on-campus health and wellness facility located across the street from University Station.
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