With the Cleveland industrial market off to a good start in 2013, Weston Inc., one of Northeast Ohio’s largest privately held industrial property owners and managers, is offering 93,000 square feet at its new facility in the Southeast submarket.
The distribution warehouse is located at 9300 Dutton Drive, at the top of a cul-de-sac in a premier industrial area of Twinsburg. It is equipped with 12 docks and a drive-in for efficient loading, and the 25-foot ceilings in the warehouse provide plenty of space. The freestanding facility also includes 6,400 square feet of office space and a 6,200-square-foot walk-in freezer.
The walk-in freezer and its accompanying 900-square-foot cooler are the building’s most unique attributes. The freezer can maintain temperatures as low as 0 degrees, making it perfect for food manufacturers and distributors, but it can also be removed.
“If you are in need of space and are considering a move, now is the time to see this facility,” declared Tim Breckner, business development agent for Weston, in a statement to the press. “With the dynamics of the current industrial real estate market, this facility will not stay vacant for long.”
“As space tightens in Cleveland, facilities like this are going to (be at) a premium,” said Rob Namy, senior vice president for Weston, “especially buildings as well maintained as this one.”
According to CBRE Group Inc., the Cleveland industrial market finished the first quarter of 2013 with just over 843,513 square feet of sales and leasing activity. The overall vacancy rate decreased slightly, from 7 percent to 6.94 percent, while asking lease rates increased slightly, to $4.56 per square foot from $4.52 per square foot.