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7400 Corporate Campus Flyer

7400 Corporate Campus Flyer

7400WCampus Rd

FOR LEASE | 205,000 RSF

7400WCampus Rd




> 30,000 SF suites and larger available
> Desirable business park and prolific economic


> Sought after suburban market
> Distinguished property with a modern look and feel -

unmistakable presence in size, quality and curb appeal

> Excellent signage potential
> Opportunity to create modern, creative office

space in the building

> Two story atrium lobby
> Redundant power from two different substations with

auto transfer switch

> Full floors available; large efficient floor plates allow for
versatile layout configurations

> Above average parking ratio of 6.0/1,000 RSF with
potential for additional parking

> Existing cafeteria
> Key card access
> Close proximity to numerous restaurants, hotels, banking,

shopping venues and more

> Less than 20 minutes to the John Glenn Columbus
International Airport and downtown

> Access is excellent off Interstate 270 of the
Columbus beltway and State Route 161


7400 W. Campus is a three-story, 206,894 square foot, multi-tenant office
building located in New Albany.

General > Elevators >

Address: 7400 W. Campus Road, New Passenger Elevators: 3
Albany, OH 43054
Freight Elevators: 1
Year Built: 1998
Communications >
Total RBA: 205,000 SF
Telecommunications: AT&T phones
Floors: 3
Time Warner fiber
Floor Size: 68,333 SF
Mechanical >
Estimated Operating Expenses (2019):
$10.52 HVAC: 7 rooftops, 3 each wing

Construction > Electrical: Consists of a 208 480 volt, 3
phase service
Foundation: Conventional spread
footings and a slab on grade. Energy Management System: Trane,
Tracer Summit
Exterior: Pre cast concrete spandrel
panels, ribbon glazing and a portion Utilities >
of both the front & rear elevations
consist of glass curtain walls. Water: City of Columbus

Roof: Flat and consists of a ballasted Electric: AEP Gas: None
single ply EPDM roofing system
applied over rigid insulation and Fire & Life Safety >
corrugated metal decking
Systems: Fully sprinklered wet
Floors: Metal decking, covered with sprinkler system utilizing steel piping.
light weight concrete flooring Fire department connection and a fire
command station. Provided by self
Loading Dock: : Two motorized steel contained portable extinguishers.
sectional doors. Access to the loading
area is provided at grade. The loading Interior Details >
dock areas are recessed from the
building’s sidewall. Floor Covering: 4 x 4 ceramic tile flooring
and carpet flooring
Parking >
Walls: Painted drywall
Total Spaces: 1,230 parking spaces
Ceilings: 9’ acoustical tile ceiling
Parking Ratio: 6.0/1,000 RSF
Door Dimensions: 9’ x 3’

Lighting: Recessed lighting

New Albany, HOME to TOP

Employers in Central Ohio

Abercrombie & Fitch | Corporate Headquarters
Discover Financial Services | Operations Center
State Farm Insurance | Corporate Office
AEP Transmissions | Electric Utility
iQor | Corporate Office
Axium Plastics | Packaging
Aetna | Corporate Office
KDC/Tri-Tech | Contract Manufacturer
Justice | Corporate Office
Bob Evans | Corporate Headquarters
Accel | Contract Manufacturer
Abercombie & Fitch | Logistics
EMH&T | Corporate Headquarters
Bath & Body Works | Distribution Center

7400 W
Campus Road

Central College Road

New Albany Road

Downtown Columbus 161
(17 Miles)

John Glenn Columbus

161 International Airport

Offering Summary Property Overview Market Overview Property & Portfolio Due Dilige
Financials Bidding Proc

Office Park Highlights

> Master Planned Community Office Park: A master planned community vision of The New Albany
Company, founded by real estate developers, Leslie Wexner and Jack Kessler. The collaboration with
architects and land planners from Harvard University, University of Pennsylvania and The University
of Virginia sought to employ the best planning practices while avoiding the pitfalls of post World War II
suburban sprawl. A unique partnership between The New Albany Company in collaboration with the
City of New Albany, the New Albany master plan meticulously puts into practice the guiding principles
of community building, green space and commercial development that reflect the best attributes of
New Urbanism and creates an attractive Live, Work, Play environment that benefits both residents and

(16mi) Campus Road

Dublin Worthington New Albany
(20mi) (14mi)

7 (26mi)

Easton Gahanna
(9mi) (11mi)

Short North John Glenn Columbus
(18mi) International Airport

Downtown (13mi)

ence &

> Broad Tenant Appeal: The construction and features of the property are flexible and offer broad appeal to
prospective tenants of various types, such as call centers, administration, healthcare, medical office/R&D,
financial, data centers, institutional/governmental offices.

> Development Plans: Facebook chose New Albany International Business Park to build one of the most
advanced data centers in the world. The company plans to invest 750 million dollars to construct a
970,000 square foot facility powered by 100 percent renewable energy. New Albany landed its largest
data center to date while competing with cities across the country. New Albany attracted Facebook with its
high speed fiber optic network, triple feed electric capabilities and its technology. With the addition of this
project, the New Albany International Business Park will exceed 11 million square feet of total development
making New Albany an economic engine for Ohio.


Columbus is the 2nd Columbus sees 39.3
million annual vistors.
largest city in the Midwest

and 14th largest city in

the U.S.

Thriving Business Environment

The region is home to 14 Fortune 1000 companies and five Fortune 500
companies. Referred to as the “test market capital,” Columbus is a national hub
for retail and restaurant innovation with the headquarters of firms like Victoria’s
Secret, Express, Abercrombie & Fitch, Wendy’s, White Castle and Donato’s
Pizza, among many others. Other national chains including McDonald’s, Chipotle
and Taco Bell have flocked to the region regularly to test new menu items and
technology. National retailers continue to choose Columbus in their expansion
plans, while local restaurants and retailers have received national recognition for
their innovative concepts. Forbes has also recognized Columbus as the top city
in the country for scaling startups.

Employment and EconomyThe region is home to 14 Fortune 1000 companies and five Fortu

Vibrant and progressive, Columbus’ dynamic yet stable economy is
the envy of many other U.S. and international cities. Its collaborative
business environment makes it a place where entrepreneurs
can take risks, and small businesses and major corporations can
thrive – earning it the distinction as one of the top metros for job
creation. Columbus’ thriving economy stems from the foundation
of a strategic location, skilled workforce and globally-renowned
businesses. Job growth remains strong, with the unemployment rate
resting at 3.5 percent this year– lower than the national average.
Columbus is one of the country’s growth leaders, and number one
among the Midwest’s 10 largest metropolitan areas in both job and
GDP growth. With no industry accounting for more than 18 percent
of employment, the Columbus economy is diversified and at the
forefront of future enterprise.

Current population is Strategic LocationThe region is home to 14 Fortune 1000 companies and five Fortu

2.1M and is expected to The region’s strategic location sets it apart from other growing
grow by 500,000 by metros. The Columbus region, comprised of 11 counties, is located
within a 10-hour drive of nearly half of the U.S. population and is
2050. in a prime location for international dealings. The transportation
networks provided by John Glenn International Airport, Rickenbacker
International Airport and multiple rail terminals fuel these
opportunities and grow with the area’s ever-changing demands. The
Columbus Region has the greatest reach to the U.S. and Canadian
populations among all major logistics hubs. ecognized Columbus as
the top city in the country for scaling startups.

“We are the population center of North America. We are the state capital of a
major state. We have the third-largest teaching research university here, giving

us a young and educated population and an innate international edge.”

- Les Wexner
Founder, Chairman & CEO, L Brands

7400WCampus Rd




Brett Cisler
614 437 4498
[email protected]

Two Miranova Place, Suite 900 [email protected]
Columbus, OH 43215 John Underman SIOR
614 437 4499
[email protected]

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