Available Property

Why New Bremen

New Bremen is built for businesses. With tax incentives, shovel-ready sites, a strong workforce, and an unbeatable location (within a day’s drive of two-thirds of the U.S. population and half of Canada), you’ll have everything you need to grow your business.

New Bremen Commercial Area Overview

New Bremen, Ohio is the service center for a growing area population of over 17,000. A growing population means increased demand for goods and services in both the retail and service sector.

To meet those needs, there are three commercial areas available:

Commercial AreasLocation
Pioneer Professional CenterState route 274
Schwieterman StreetNext to state route 66
The PortageCorner of state route 66 and Amsterdam Road

Available Industrial Properties in New Bremen

All land is $15,000 per acre. Parcels are able to be subdivided based on project needs.  

Bunker Hill Industrial Park

  • Greenfield (vacant land)
  • 24 acres (multi-parcels) located at the interior of the industrial park
  • Depending on project needs and investment, multiple access roads may be available

Bunker Hill Industrial Park, Ninth Addition, Lot #22

  • Greenfield (vacant land)
  • 4.46 acres
  • Access off Komminsk Drive

Bunker Hill Industrial Park, Ninth Addition, Lot #23

  • Greenfield (vacant land)
  • 3.838 acres
  • Access off Komminsk Drive

Bunker Hill Industrial Park, Fourth Addition, Lot #10

  • Greenfield (vacant land)
  • 1.901 acres
  • Access off Streine Drive

Interested in a Property?

For current lease availability in the community, contact the economic development director at 419-629-2447.

The Benefit of Doing Business in Ohio

Not only is the Village of New Bremen an excellent place to expand or start your business, but Ohio as a whole is business-friendly.  

Ohio is among the top states for business climate, economic outlook, regulatory environment, small business tax climate and workforce quality. Ohio is ranked:

  • No. 4 in State Business Climate (Site Selection Magazine, 2017)
  • No. 7 in Economic Climate (Forbes Magazine, 2017)
  • No. 8 in Small Business Tax Climate
  • No. 11 in Best States for Business (Chief Executive, 2017)