Massive Industrial Building(s) with Rail Access & Yard in Medina

220 N State Rd Medina, OH 44256

220 N State Rd, Medina, OH, 44256
220 N State Rd, Medina, OH, 44256
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Last Verified:
Apr 30, 2021


  • Leased: 41,200 SF
  • Available: 92,534 SF
  • Current $72,000 approximate gross income
  • Lot Size: 13+/- Acres
  • Sale Price / SF: $8.95
  • Power: 3-Phase, 12,000 KVA
  • 2 Drive-in Doors on Main Floor
  • Ceiling Clears from 13' to 25'
  • Zoning: I-1
  • Large Truck Parking Lot
  • 80’ Common Truck Dock Terminal
  • 3 Versatile Accessory Buildings
  • Abandoned Spur; City of Medina Rail
  • Securely Fenced Perimeter


A 4-building property on 13+- acres with two access points. Property includes a total 133,734 SF, with a massive main 122,770 SF industrial building formerly occupied by Hollos Paper Company and Smuckers (pickles). It has huge power of 12,000 KVA and includes transformer (owned by the seller). Has varying ceiling heights, from 13' to 25' ceiling clears throughout. The property includes 5,000 SF of offices that will need to be renovated for use. Also includes 3 out buildings, 2,400 SF, 7,200 SF and 1,764 SF. Has an abandon switch & spur in the back, larger yard, and a 2+/- acres paved truck lot. Rail can be made active if rail siding installed. There is an opportunity to become a part of the Medina Rail Consortium and share in the cost of upkeep. The property is fenced/secure.

This property is on State Road in Medina, just north of the intersection of Route 18 West (West Liberty) and State Rd. Rear rail access.

Year Built: 1940
Building Size: 134134sq ft
Building Class: C
Lot Size: 13.07 acres

Map of 220 N State Rd, Medina, OH, 44256

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