This former American Electric Power coal-fired power plant has been
fully demolished, remediated, and prepped for redevelopment. It
features a 96-car unit-train rail loop with an aggregate unloading facility
and additional rail spurs,138kv and 345kv electrical substations, a
wastewater treatment facility, and access to a Title V air permit,
process water from the Muskingum River, and three 36” Enbridge
Texas Eastern natural gas pipelines.
The site is 165 acres, with nearly 80 primarily flat acres out of the
100-year floodplain. Several parcel carveouts are open for
consideration for either sale or lease. There are two warehouses,
approx. 18K and 20K sf, and a 10K sf administrative building on-site.
An upgraded county road leads to the site, which is located 5 miles
from State Routes 60 and 339 in Waterford, Ohio, and is less than 25
miles from US Rt. 50, Interstate 77, and downtown Marietta, OH.
Phase 1 and Phase 2 ESAs were conducted in Nov-Dec of 2020. This
facility is owned by a public Port Authority, which creates an
opportunity for creative financing and other public finance