Two Delaware County Commercial Properties Change Hands This Week

SOLD Commercial Real Estate

According to the Delaware County Auditor’s Office, there were two valid sales involving commercially zoned properties this week in Delaware County.

Garrett Development Group LLC purchased 1460 Manning Parkway in Powell, Ohio, for $1,180,000. The building is an office condominium that was built in 1996 and has 3,919 square feet. Manning Parkway is located off State Route 315 just north of Worthington Hills in southern Delaware County.

EBJT Holdings LLC purchased 6351 State Route 656 in Sunbury, Ohio, for $61,800. The property is essentially 0.81 acres of land with an old structure on it. It sits in “downtown” Olive Green just north of the State Routes 521 and 656 intersection.

A valid sale is one in which the parties are not related and the purchase is considered an “arm’s length” transaction.

Flores Landscaping Purchases Five Acres

Flores Landscaping and Patio has purchased five acres along US 42 in southern Delaware, Ohio, according to the Delaware County Auditor this week.

The company purchased a five-acre parcel located adjacent to the diaper factory (Domtar Personal Care) between Slack and London Roads. The Auditor’s office reports the purchase price as $200,000.

Flores Landscaping and Patio, owned by Sergio Flores, covers most of Central Ohio according to its Web site. They build about anything outdoors, according to its Web site that includes:

  • Patios
  • Kitchens
  • Fire pits
  • Fireplaces
  • Pathways
  • Pergolas
  • Mulch bed walls
  • Lighting
  • Landscaping
  • Pools

Delaware Completes Purchase of New Fire Station

New Fire Station Delaware Ohio

The city of Delaware completed the purchase of the former American Freight retail and corporate headquarters at 680 Sunbury Road in Delaware, Ohio, this past week according to the Delaware County Auditor’s office.

The city paid $3,995,000 for the parcel which is expected to become the city’s fifth fire station. The city will repurpose and renovate the current space rather than having to build an entirely new station. According to the Delaware Gazette story from about a month ago, that is estimated to save the city $13,000,000.

The station is expected to be completed in late 2023.