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Sealy & Company has grown its Columbus, Ohio industrial real estate holdings with the purchase of I-70 East Logistics Center

Sealy & Co. Expands Columbus-Area Industrial Footprint 

Sealy & Company has acquired I-70 Logistics Center East, a 437,589-square-foot industrial logistics facility at 1225 Southgate Pkwy. in metro Columbus, OH that is 100% leased to an e-commerce omnichannel logistics services company. The off-market transaction was made for an undisclosed amount. 

“2021 was a banner year for both the Columbus industrial market and Sealy & Company,” said Jason Gandy, Sealy & Company’s managing director— investment services. “Over the past five years, Sealy has purchased over 1.7 million square feet of industrial assets in the Columbus MSA. As one of the most active buyers of industrial real estate in the U.S., we hope to continue to uncover assets and opportunities in Columbus and other target markets which meet our investment criteria.”  

Gandy and Davis Gibbs, director –investment services, led the transaction for Sealy. Adam Tyler of Cushman & Wakefield represented the undisclosed seller. 


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