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Presentation of the Industrial Development Assessment Report. Part of Going Places.

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Industrial Development Report -  Board Industrial Development Report - Board Presentation Transcript

  • Miami Valley Industrial Development Assessment Katryn Bowman, Research Associate Presented to MVRPC Board of Directors August 7, 2008
  • Purpose
    • To examine the Region’s industrial development status as part of “Going Places: An Integrated Land Use Vision for the Miami Valley Region”
    • To provide a comprehensive overview of the current industrial development conditions in the Region
    • To estimate future industrial development requirements for the Region
  • Data Sources
    • Greene, Miami, Montgomery, and Warren counties
    • The cities of Franklin, Carlisle, and Springboro in Warren County
    • United States Postal Service
    • Gem Real Estate Group
    • Woods and Poole, Inc.
    • Ohio Department of Jobs and Families
    • MVPRC
  • Report Structure
    • Introduction
    • Regional Overview
    • Land-Based Analysis
    • Building-Based Analysis
    • Market Assessment
    • Employment
    • Conclusion
  • Definition
    • Industrial land use is defined as “the land and improvements to land used for manufacturing, processing, or refining foods and materials, and warehouses used in connection therewith.” (State of Ohio Classification of Real Property)
  • Definition
    • Industrial Land Categories
      • Food and Drink Processing Plants and Storage
      • Foundries and Heavy Manufacturing Plants
      • Light to Medium Manufacturing and Assembly Plants
      • Industrial Warehouses and Truck Terminals
      • Small Shops (Machine, Tool & Die, Etc.)
      • Other Industrial Structures
      • Vacant – Unbuilt
      • Unclassified Industrial Land
  • Regional Overview
  • Regional Overview
    • The Region gained almost 2,000 acres of industrial land between 1975 and 2000
    • Industrial land has been developed at a much slower rate than non-industrial land
  • Regional Overview
  • Regional Overview Source: Gem Real Estate Group Source: United States Postal Service
  • Land Based Analysis
  • Land-Based Analysis
  • Land-Based Analysis
    • The highlighted areas fell into the top 10 and 20% of areas ranked by their industrial acreage densities
    • Most of the areas highlighted are adjacent or very near to I-75
  • Building-Based Analysis
  • Building-Based Analysis
    • Markets:
      • Northeast Greene County
      • Franklin
      • Montgomery County/North I-75
      • North Dayton
      • East Dayton
      • North Miami County
      • South Dayton/Moraine
      • Springboro
      • South Miami County
      • Central Miami County
      • Central Greene County
    Market Analysis
  • Market Analysis
    • Very few markets are dominated by one type of industrial development, most have a mix of different types
    • The two markets that have more than 50% of their industrial land in one category (Northeast Greene County and Montgomery County/North I-75) both have the most acreage in the Vacant – Unbuilt category
    Industrial Land by Category by Market
  • Market Analysis
    • There is a definite regional bias towards Light to Medium Manufacturing and Assembly Plants
    • The three markets that have more than 60% (Montgomery County/North I-75, North Miami County, South Miami County) of their GFA in one category all have the most square footage in the Light to Medium Manufacturing and Assembly Plants category
    Industrial GFA by Category by Market
  • Employment Historic Industrial Employment Upper Level Projection Lower Level Projection
  • Conclusions
    • Industrial development in the Miami Valley Region has been, and is expected to continue to be, on the decline, both in terms of land use and employment.
    • Overall, industrial development comprises a very small portion of the Region’s developed land.
    • Currently, the largest type of industrial development in the Region is Light to Medium Manufacturing and Assembly Plants, followed by Industrial Warehouses and Truck Terminals
    • Montgomery County has the largest amount of industrial land and employment, although Miami County has been the fastest growing county in the Region in terms of industrial development
    • Although the exact number of industrial vacancies is unknown, it is estimated that almost 20% of the Region’s industrial GFA is vacant.
    • In the future, industrial development will most likely play a much different role in our Region than it has in the past
  • For More Information
    • Contact Katy Bowman, Research Associate, at [email_address]