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601 N. B St. Hamilton, Ohio 45013

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601 N. B St. • • • •

Former SMART Paper facility located on Great Miami River 167,339 sq. ft. of space Divisible Ample parking

Fast Facts 167,339

Sq. ft. of building space


Miles to the nearest 4 lane highway (State Route 129)


Miles to the nearest Interstate (I-75)

For sale

Terms negotiable


When the city completes construction on the new Meldahl Hydroelectric Dam in 2014, the amount of Hamilton’s power generation from renewable, non-carbon emitting sources will be between 65-70%, and 100% by the end of 2015.


It is often the case that going green comes at a higher cost. Not in Hamilton. The City’s customer-owned utilities operations will provide customers a 7% average monthly savings over their neighbors in Southwest Ohio in 2013. Coupled with City of Hamilton incentives, this savings can be increased even more.


Hamilton has a large municipally owned fiber optic network that runs throughout the City. It will be able to be utilized at gigabite speeds. Hamilton is developing a plan to utilize its dark fiber for economic development.


In 2010, the City’s water was ranked “The Best Tasting Tap Water in the World” at the Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting competition. The City of Hamilton’s water was recognized as the best tasting municipal water in the State of Ohio in 2010 and 2012. Hamilton sits on a large aquifer and has abundant water capacity.

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Located in the heart of the Cincinnati-Dayton metroplex, Hamilton is Butler Countyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Seat of government and its center for finance, industry, arts and culture. Hamilton, Ohio is the second largest city in the tri-state Cincinnati region. The City of Hamilton is unique in that it owns and operates all four major utilities: electric, natural gas, water and wastewater. It is consistently among the most affordable providers of utilities in the entire state of Ohio. Along with its affordability, Hamilton is among the most progressive in sustainable electric power generation. Approximately 65% of its power generation will come from renewable resources by 2014.

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Hamilton was founded in 1791 as an army outpost named Fort Hamilton after founding father, Alexander Hamilton.


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Proximity to Major Markets CITY Cincinnati, OH Dayton, OH Columbus, OH Indianapolis, IN Lexington, KY Louisville, KY Toledo, OH Detroit, MI Cleveland, OH Chicago, IL Pittsburgh, PA

Hamilton, Ohio 45013

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Jody T. Gunderson Economic Development Director City of Hamilton, Ohio 513.785.7070

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