A prime location to support heavy industry along the Great Miami River.

Frontier Group of Companies, a company specializing in brownfield reuse and redevelopment, purchased the Hutchings Industrial Park site from Dayton Power & Light. After sitting vacant for a half-decade, Frontier decided to buy the plant and associated land in December 2020. Now, the company plans to transform the property into a mixed-use commercial development centered around manufacturing/industrial, residential and recreational uses. Solar energy also will be a big component of the site as it transforms from an industrial brownfield into a green energy facility.

Hutchings Industrial Park is strategically situation south of Miamsburg. Large-scale industrial and commercial facility reuse, repurposing and redevelopment is at the core of what Frontier does, which made the Hutchings site appealing to the company. This will be the third property Frontier has redeveloped in Ohio, joining other projects in Mingo Junction and Conesville.

Hutchings Industrial Park will tap renewable energy sources with the installation of the Hutchings Green Energy solar farm. This 2400 megawatt solar array is expected to generate enough electricity to power residential and commercial use while producing 300 CO2e in carbon offsets.

Acres

368

Zoning / Uses

Manufacturing, Heavy & Light Industrial, Warehousing

Transportation Modes

Truck, Rail, River Barge

Power

Utility-scale

Amenities

River, rail, commercial truck access. Warehousing, manufacturing, transloading and storage available.

Location Proximity

Proximity to Dayton, OH Cincinnati, OH, Columbus OH, and Indianapolis, IN.
News
March 28, 2022

Former Miamisburg power station could be ‘destination recreation’ location, offer residences

Originally Published in: daytondailynews.com By Thomas Gnau| March 22, 2022 A market study commissioned by the New York company redeveloping the former O.H. Hutchings power plant in Miamisburg recommends transforming…
Fracking
February 15, 2021

Pat Ford from Frontier to moderate the Workforce Panel at the Second Annual Appalachian Basin Conference

by Joseph Barone, President at ShaleDirectories.com Once company leadership has found the best Appalachian Basin real estate/incentive package that meets its needs to grow/expand, the next three words out of…
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February 15, 2021

DEVELOPER INVESTING UP TO $75M TO TURN FORMER DP&L PLANT INTO “ECONOMIC POWERHOUSE’

Originally published in the Dayton Business Journal By John Bush  –  Senior Reporter, Dayton Business Journal An out-of-state developer has big plans for a massive industrial site it recently purchased in the Dayton…

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