Downtown Piqua building sold


FINDLAY — Industrial Property Brokers Principal Tim Echemann has announced that his firm represented the seller of a 12,350-square-foot Piqua building to Transition Properties, a residential remodeling company based in Piqua.

Located at 517 N. Main St., the two-story brick building was built in 1928 and once housed a Henry Ford assembly operation. It was remodeled in 2001 and formerly was a Dick Lumpkin Auto Body shop. Dick Lumpkin Auto Body was the seller.

Transitions Properties plans to use the storefront aspect of the building and Main Street location to open a retail bath and kitchen supply showroom. The sale price of the property, which includes 0.19 acres of land, was $168,000.