Several sales have been completed since Ashley Capital acquired the campus and portions of the campus are owned by various entities.
Available space is owned by
Ashley Grand Rapids, LLC, a subsidiary of:
Ashley Capital, LLC
9810 South Dorchester Avenue
Chicago, IL 60628
Gas On Site: Yes
Electric On Site: Yes
Electric Details: 3-phase 440A/440V On-site or available
Water On Site: Yes
Water Details: City of Grand Rapids Water System, ample capacity
Telecom On Site: Yes
Telecom Details: COUNTY Kent County
City of Grand Rapids
Special District – Industrial/Transportation (SD – IT)
SEE ARTICLE 7 – “SPECIAL DISTRICTS” – SECTION 5.7.04.
(616) 774-3500 x125
(616) 774-3500 x180
Property is located along the east side of Eastern Avenue south of 36th Street and north of 44th Street. Directly served by road access and rail, the property is located along the border between the City of Grand Rapids and the City of Wyoming near the Gerald R. Ford International Airport. The property also has easy access to U.S. 131 (north/south) and the M-6 highway, which connects directly to I-196 and I-96 (east/west).
Road Access Detail: The Ashley Capital campus is served by municipal roads and state trunk lines which connect to state and U.S. highways listed above.
Air Access Detail: The Ashley Capital campus is located approximately 6.5 miles from The Gerald R. Ford International Airport which has 7 passenger lines, 120 daily scheduled nonstop flights, serves 23 major market destinations and has 2 cargo airlines that transport more than 110 tons of air cargo daily.
Water Access Detail: The Ashley Capital campus is approximately 50 miles from the Port of Muskegon, the largest natural deep water port in West Michigan. The Port of Muskegon offers five commercial docking facilities providing a variety of shipping, logistics support, storage, towing and ship repair services for corporations. The Port of Muskegon handles over 1 million tons of freight every year.
Rail Access Detail: The Ashley Capital campus is served directly by rail, which runs diagonally through the property from northwest to southeast. From the campus, CSX rail connects to Chicago and Detroit and the port of Muskegon. Other rail connections travel more directly north and south.