Riverfront development opportunity in Downtown Troy Ohio

21 W Water St Troy, OH 45373

21 W Water St, Troy, OH, 45373
21 W Water St, Troy, OH, 45373
Property Type:
Street Retail
Last Verified:
Mar 08, 2021


  • $475,000
  • 1/3 Acre site in Downtown Troy
  • Ideal for development of restaurants, retail, condos, apartments or a mixed use building
  • Located across the street from the proposed parking garage
  • Fantastic views of the River, Downtown and Troy Stadium


Great opportunity for a variety of development. This 1/3 Acre lot features views of the Great Miami River, Troy Stadium and Downtown. Ideally located just feet off of the Downtown square which has retail, restaurant and is the site of the Troy Strawberry Festival every year. Troy is the County seat for Miami County and has a historic past with ties to the Hobart Corporation and many more. Visit https://troyohio.gov/ and https://troymainstreet.org/ to learn more about the city and its downtown. PLEASE do not approach any tenants at the property.

One of a kind location overlooking the Great Miami River in Downtown Troy Ohio.

Year Built: 1920
Building Size: 3455sq ft
Building Class: B
Lot Size: 0.33 acres

Map of 21 W Water St, Troy, OH, 45373

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