This facility was restored in 2002. The total exterior dimension of the buildings is 500,000 square feet. Clear ceiling height is 24 feet to 33 feet; eaves are 26 feet to 36 feet. The buildings are steel walls with six-inch wire fiber reinforced concrete floor. The roof is metal insulated. CSX Railway is within 50 yards of the plant.
Sale/Lease: Will sell; will lease.
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Location Newly restored in 2002, the Crawford Industrial Center is well suited for steel warehousing, coil processing, and heavy manufacturing. Positioned on 14 acres with a concrete and rock parking lot for cars. Truck parking available and truck scales are in place. Primary industry type includes warehousing and manufacturing.
The total exterior dimension of the buildings is 500,000 square feet. Clear ceiling height is 24-33 feet; eaves are 26-36 feet. The facility has capabilities for up to a 20-ton crane. The 20-ton crane can be upgraded to 30-ton. Drive-thru loading for trucks is available and loading docks are included with room for more if required. The buildings are steel walls with six-inch wire fiber reinforced concrete floor. The roof is metal insulated. Heated and air conditioned in office. CSX Railway within 50 yards of the buildings.
Sale or lease is negotiable
M-2 Heavy Industry
The facility is adjacent to 13th Street, which underwent a Phase-one road improvement in 2006 and a Phase-two road improvement in 2008. These projects connected 13th Street to the State Road 641 Bypass, currently under construction.
Crawford Industrial Center is located seven blocks from U.S. 41 and two miles from Interstate Highway 70. Terre Haute International Airport is the nearest commercial airport at 10 miles away. Indianapolis International Airport is the nearest passenger airport, 70 miles east.
Water — provided by Indiana American Water Company.
Sewer — provided by the City of Terre Haute.
Power — provided by Duke Energy for single-phase or three-phase voltage.
Natural Gas — provided by Vectren Inc.
Communications — Frontier Communications; JOINK.
Rail — CSX Transportation; Indiana Railroad Company
Highway — Interstate Highway 70; U.S. Highways 40, 41, 150; State Roads 42, 46, 63;
Truck Service —Terre Haute is served by 52 over-the-road truck lines, 12 have terminals in the city.
Air — Terre Haute International Airport, 10 miles; Indianapolis International Airport, 70 miles.
Ports — Indiana’s three ports are accessible by rail and highway to/from Terre Haute, Indiana. The Burns Harbor Portage is located in the northwest corner of the state, and Jeffersonville and Mount Vernon Portage’s are located in the southern corners of the state.
Terre Haute Economic Development Corporation, 630 Wabash Avenue, Suite 101, Terre Haute, IN 47807 • Phone: 812.234.2524 • Web: www.terrehauteedc.com • Email: email@example.com