Owner Occupier Flex Building For Sale

1793 N. Main Street Orrville, OH 44230

1793 N. Main Street, Orrville, OH, 44230
1793 N. Main Street, Orrville, OH, 44230
Property Type:
Multi Tenant Office
Last Verified:
Apr 30, 2021


  • Total SF: 12,080 | Price Per SF: $140.31
  • 2 Unit Flex Building | Built in 2017
  • Left Side Suite has 1510 SF Service Repair Garage and 4530 SF of Office for Owner Occupier
  • Right Side Suite Rented by Fastenal until January 1st, 2023 (5-Year Option to Renew)
  • Total Annual Rent Collected: $45,000.00
  • Fastenal responsible for their own utilities
  • 60 Park Spaces
  • Annual Real Estate Taxes: $15,208.58
  • 10 year 50% Tax Abatement with 6 years remaining


1793 N Main Street is a nicely located 2-unit flex building in Orrville built in 2017. This building is currently half occupied by Fastenal and the other half consists of 4,530 SF of office and 1,510 SF service repair garage. The office layout has a vestibule, waiting area with two reception desks, large and medium conference rooms, 4 private offices and a bullpen with 7-8 workstations. The garage layout has 3 (12x14 FT) drive-in doors, radiant tube heat, 2 floor drains and 16 FT ceiling clear. There is 1 restroom in the warehouse, 1 restroom in the waiting area and 2 restrooms in the office. The space is currently owner occupied, but ownership will move depending on the space required. Well maintained and clean throughout.

1793 N Main Street is located on SR-57 just North of Orrville. The property is 3 minutes (1.5 miles) away from downtown Orrville and 5 minutes away from Route 585.

Year Built: 2017
Building Size: 12080sq ft
Building Class: A
Lot Size: 1.37 acres

Map of 1793 N. Main Street, Orrville, OH, 44230

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