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MDH Partners Expands into Ohio with Cincy-Area Deal

MDH Partners acquired Harrison Distribution Center, a 580,166-square-foot industrial facility located near Cincinnati in Harrison, OH. The Class-A warehouse is LEED Silver certified and represents MDH Partners’ first expansion into Ohio. Susan Annis and Josh Peck with GFI Realty Services brokered the transaction.  

“Closing this deal is an incredibly important milestone for MDH Partners, as we expand into the Ohio market for the first time,” said Houston Hawley, VP at MDH Partners. “Cincinnati is one of the most centrally located industrial markets in the country, with 60% of the United States population within a one-day drive – making Harrison Distribution Center an especially attractive asset.” 

Constructed in 1990, Harrison Distribution Center is situated on 27.2 acres and located at 9555 Dry Fork Road. It’s fully leased by the Hubert Company, one of the nation’s largest B2B distributors of food service supplies and food merchandising displays. 


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