6480 Doubletree Ave

6480 Doubletree Ave Columbus, OH 43229

6480 Doubletree Ave, Columbus, OH, 43229
6480 Doubletree Ave, Columbus, OH, 43229
Property Type:
Multi Tenant Office
Last Verified:
Mar 07, 2019


  • 22,080 SF Single-Story Office/Warehouse/Lab Building
  • Drive-In Door
  • 100 Parking Spaces (4.53 / 1,000 SF Ratio)
  • Outdoor Storage Available
  • Constructed in 1972
  • Located in the Worthington Sub-Market
  • Situated on 2.06 Acres
  • Building Overlooks a Pond with Easy Access to Nearby Jogging Trail
  • Zoned Manufacturing (M)
  • Freeway Visibility
  • Convenient Access to I-270, I-71, and SR-161
  • Located in an Opportunity Zone


6480 Doubletree Ave is a 22,080 SF single-story office/warehouse/lab building constructed in 1972 and is located in the Worthington sub-market. Situated on 2.06 acres, the building is positioned near the corner of Doubletree Ave and Crupper Ave with convenient access to I-270, I-71, and SR-161. The building overlooks a pond with easy access to nearby jogging trail. The general area includes restaurants, hotels, office, and industrial.

Building overlooks a pond with easy access to nearby jogging trail.

Year Built: 1972
Building Size: 22080.0sq ft
Building Class: C
Lot Size: 2.06 acres

Map of 6480 Doubletree Ave, Columbus, OH, 43229

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