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Mission-Critical Headquarters Facility Trades in Columbus Metro

Industrial development company Agracel has sold a recently-expanded mission-critical facility near Columbus, OH to Gladstone Commercial. HFF brokered the $8.3-million sale of the single-tenant 157,810-square-foot 759 Pittsburgh Dr. in Delaware, OH on Agracel’s behalf.

Located about 28 miles outside downtown Columbus and 13 miles from Interstate 270, the building is long-term leased to Acoust-A-Fiber, which manufactures acoustic, thermal management lightweight solutions for the automotive industry. It serves as Acoust-A-Fiber’s headquarters and primary manufacturing facility.

The HFF investment advisory team representing the seller was led by senior directors Robin Stolberg and Kurt Sarbaugh, along with director Nick Foster, senior director Ken Martin and analyst Sam Berry.


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