Beech Road North District

Site Name & Address
Business Park Name:
New Albany International Business Park
Site / Area Name:
Beech Road North District
New Albany
Postal Code:
General Site Information
Available Acres:
3-200 Acres
Asking Price Per Acre:
Price varies based on site size and location
General Site Configuration/Shape:
Sites are generally rectangular. Most sites can be sized to fit the needs of the end user.
Topography of the Site:
The sites are generally flat with a minimal slope. A uniform level site would be achieved by performing typical grading activities on-site of cut and fill.
Additional Acreage Available:
As the master developer for the business park, The New Albany Company has the ability to increase the size of the site to fit the customer’s end use.
Soil Conditions:
Topsoil cover underlain by natural clay-based soils containing random sand and/or gravel layers and lenses. Clay based soils suitable for conventional construction and a burying capacity of 3,000 psf.
Current Use of the Site:
Agricultural, Office, Mission Critical Facilities, Distribution/Light Manufacturing
Existing Structures and Status:
Sites are ready for development.
Site Ownership and Current Conditions
Identify Current Property Owners:
The New Albany Company (NACO) owns the proposed site as well as the expansion ground surrounding the site. NACO’s master planned community encompasses over 10,000 acres, of which over 5,000 acres make up the New Albany International Business Park.
Is the Title for Site Readily Transferable:
Owner Contact:
Dick Roggenkampu2028Director of Real Estateu2028The New Albany Companyu20288000 Walton Parkway, Suite 120u2028New Albany, OH 43054u2028614-939-8000u2028
Zoning & Encumbrances
Current Zoning:
The site includes parcels that have been incorporated into the city and zoned Limited General Employment (L-GE). The zoning allows for Class A office, information technology, production & clean manufacturing, research & production.
Height Limit:
The current height limitation within the district is a range of 65 and 85 feet based on different zoning texts within the district.
Use Restrictions:
There are no restrictions at or near the site.   The property is a part of a 5,000 acre master-planned Business Park development specifically designed for production, manufacturing and distribution facilities. The Business Park is divided into several economic clusters to maximize the utility of each site and to encourage business growth and development: research & technology, medical, corporate office and manufacturing.
Surrounding Land Uses:
Advanced manufacturing; logistics; corporate HQ; data centers, research and technology, agriculture.
Future Land Use Plans for Site:
Extension of the existing Business Park to include corporate office, research, technology, mission critical facilities, manufacturing, logistics and supporting retail and service uses.
CC&Rs in Place for the Site:
Property will be subject to the Covenants, Conditions, Restrictions and Easements of the New Albany Business Park East (CCR’s). The CCR’s provide for certain design review procedures and landscaping and fencing requirements along public road frontages within the Business Park. Security fencing, guardhouses and similar security features are permitted and have been constructed in the Business Park as part of other enterprise data and technology centers developed in the Business Park. A copy of the CCR’s will be provided upon request.
Rights Not Held by Property Owner (i.e. mineral rights, water rights etc.):
The property owner holds all rights to the property.
Emergency Preparedness
Distance to Hospital:
Mt. Carmel New Albany Surgical Hospital – 1.5 miles Mt. Carmel East – 11 miles
Distance to Fire/Medic Station:
Plain Township Fire – 2.9 Miles Johnstown Monroe Fire – 1 Mile West Licking Fire – 7 miles
Distance to Police Station:
New Albany Police Department – 2 miles
Name of water provider:
City of New Albany via City of Columbus.
Description of the water service (size of the lines, distance to the property and total capacity):
An existing 12″ waterline is located on the north side of Innovation Campus Way. An existing 24” waterline is located on the north side of Jug Steet along with a water booster station that can serve 10 MGD. Both lines are fed from a 30” waterline along Beech Road. The storage tank in this district has a capacity of 2 MG.
Excess capacity of the line serving the property:
25% of the district’s capacity is currently being utilized.
Future planned capacity/infrastructure expansions:
Future storage and transmission main improvements are anticipated throughout this district.
Water Treatment Plant
Name of water treatment plant serving the property:
Hap Cremean Water Plant (HCWP)
Owner/Operator of water treatment plant:
City of Columbus
Distance to the property:
8.3 miles
Total permitted capacity (mgd):
Average utilization (mgd):
Peak utilization (mgd):
Excess capacity (mgd):
Known encumbrances /requests for additional capacity to the water system capacity:
Identify any planned upgrades to the water system, including the schedule and the source of funding source for the project.
Currently undergoing a $33M upgrade to rehabilitate deteriorated concrete structures within and adjacent to the existing settling/flocculation basin area at the Hap Cremean Water Plant. The project will be funded through WSRLA loans and is expected to begin Q4 of 2021 and complete by November 2025.
Name of water treatment plant serving the property:
The City of New Albany is the owner and service provider of the wastewater service for the planned site.
Size of nearest line(s) / Distance to the property (feet):
Sanitary sewer service is provided to this corridor by way of approximately 42” gravity sanitary sewer. The sanitary sewer currently extends up to Smith’s Mill Road at the county line.
Type of line serving the property (gravity or force main):
Gravity Sewer
If force main, excess capacity of nearest pump station serving the property (mgd):
Total capacity of the line(s) serving the property (mgd):
The 42” gravity sanitary sewer (0.20% slope) has a total capacity of approximately 27 mgd.
Excess capacity of the line(s) serving the property (mgd):
Assuming the entire tributary area to the 42” gravity sewer is built out and contributing sanitary flow, approximately 4 mgd of capacity remains. Currently, only half of the tributary area is in reach to contribute flow to the 42” sewer.
Future planned capacity/infrastructure expansions:
The 42” sewer currently extends to Smith’s Mill Road. Construction is wrapping up on the extension of this sewer that takes it to the intersection of Jug Street and Central College Road. Design is currently wrapping up on a 30” Jug Street Subtrunk that extends east along Jug Street to Harrison Road.
Wastewater Treatment Plant
Name of wastewater treatment plant serving the property
Columbus Southerly WWTP
Owner/Operator of wastewater treatment plant
City of Columbus
Distance to the property
23.5 miles
Total permitted capacity (mgd)
115 (440 wet weather capacity)
Allocated capacity (mgd) (if applicable)
Average utilization (mgd)
Excess capacity (mgd)
Are there any other encumbrances including any known requests for additional capacity to the wastewater system capacity?
Identify any planned upgrades to the wastewater system, including the schedule and the source of funding source for the project.
Name of telecommunication provider(s)
New Albany Net presented in partnership with AEP and Atlantic Broadband
Description of telecommunications infrastructure
The 96-strand carrier neutral fiber network is built for high speed data communications and to reach customers economically throughout the New Albany Business Park. The planned fiber extension will run south on Beech road next to the subject property. Additional redundancy/path options are available.
Services available
Point to Point and multi-point Ethernet (10Mb-1Gb and 10Gb), Wavelength Services (2.5Gb and 10Gb), Dedicated Internet, Ethernet, Routed MPLS, Managed Services, Voice SIP Trunking, TDM Services (DS1 through OC192)
Fiber available at the property? If yes, aerial or underground:
Fiber is located along Innovation Campus way and Beech Road and will be installed along Jug Street with any new road projects. All of the infrastructure in New Albany is underground.
Dark fiber available at the property:
Environmental Studies
Phase I Environmental Report:
Completed with no further action required.
Wetlands Delineation:
Completed; Wetland permits have been issued for site.
Endangered Species:
Completed; Potential protected bat study has been completed and clearing permit issued. Tree clearing limited in some areas to period from 10/1 to 3/31 of each year.
Completed; no further action.
Geotechnical Assessment:
Hazards on site:
Real Property Effective Tax Rate (per Assessed Valuation):
52.569705 – Johnstown Monroe District 68.962041 – Licking Heights District
Personal Property Tax Rate:
No Personal Property Tax in Ohio
Income Tax Rate:
Sales Tax Rate: