Stavroff is an independent thinking development company based in Dublin, Ohio, specializing in complex real estate transactions.
The Dublin Village project is a 60-acre redevelopment of a traditional, big-box, retail center that was developed in the 1980’s. The project is located on the southwest corner of I-270 and Sawmill Road in Dublin’s Bridge Street District. One of the most prized locations in all of Central Ohio, upon completion the redeveloped Dublin Village will contain 1,000,000+ square feet of retail, entertainment, office, medical, hotel and residential uses.
78-80 E. Chestnut St.
100,000 square foot, office building located in the central business district of Columbus, Ohio. The 100+ year old office building was extensively renovated, fully leased and then sold to Nationwide Insurance.
Elmer’s Products Distribution Facility
The purchase of a leasehold interest from the bankruptcy estate of a large national retailer. The leasehold provided long term occupancy rights to a 175,000 square foot, distribution facility. The structure required extensive capital and cosmetic improvements before it was subleased to Elmer’s Products. The fee simple interest was purchased shortly thereafter and the asset was subsequently sold.
The Leo is a proposed 280-unit, ultra-luxury apartment project located at the northwestern portion of Dublin Village and at the eastern edge of the Bridge Street District. The project is proposed to include a number of key public infrastructure improvement and is one of the earliest redevelopment projects within Dublin Village.
Tally Systems U.S. Corporate Headquarters
65,000 square foot “build to suit” serving for many years as the Corporate Headquarters for software company Tally Systems Corp. The office building is located in the Centerra Resource Park, developed by Dartmouth College, and is adjacent to the prestigious Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center which serves northern New England.
8 North Liberty Street
Anchoring the “four-corners’ of downtown Powell, this small commercial building was constructed to meld with the existing historic architecture of downtown Powell. The building, featuring ornate style architecture, was designed by Ford & Associates, built by Kevin Knight & Co. and leased to Jeni’s Ice Cream. The building was a catalyst for the rebirth of what is now a thriving downtown Powell.
Tartan Ridge is a 200-acre affluent, residential development along the Hyland-Croy Corridor in Dublin, Ohio; it contains 325-home sites and one of Dublin’s newer elementary schools: Glacier Ridge Elementary. Tartan Ridge was the site of the 2009 Central Ohio BIA Parade of Homes.
Delaware County, Ohio
Belmont Place is a 110-acre, planned community in the fastest growing county and school district in the State of Ohio: Delaware County and the Olentangy Local School District. Belmont Place contains 246-residential units and 10-acres of commercial out lots.
Centerpoint Business Park
Centerpoint Business Park is a 240-acre, institutional grade, distribution park located in Obetz, Ohio. Centerpoint is considered one of the premier distribution parks in the enormous Rickenbacker submarket and contains approximately 4,000,000 square feet.
22-acre, commercial development within the Bridge Street District containing 200,000 square feet of retail-service, office and senior housing. The project included the installation of significant public infrastructure that improved the connectivity of many neighboring developments in the Bridge Street District including the Shoppes at River Ridge, Wendy’s Corporate Headquarters, Dublin Village and Bridge Park.
Elevate Basketball Academy
Involved the conversion of a 15,000 square foot, retail structure within the Dublin Village into a ‘state of the art”, basketball training facility serving youth of all ages, income and skill levels. For over a decade, Elevate has provided skill and fitness training, leagues, camps and travel teams. Elevate also has served as the off-season training location for many professional and college players and was a filming location for an NBA TV documentary featuring NBA player and Columbus native, Trey Burke.