2-1-2019 — Fabric Utopia purchased the 4,500 SF commercial building at 2700 W. Wilden in Goshen. The sewing and quilting shop planned to move from its previously leased location at 2525 Toledo Road, Suite A, in Elkhart. The business, which started online, first began selling quality quilting fabrics, patterns, kits, etc. in 2013. Scott Griffith assisted in the sale.
9-11-2018 — Catalloid Products Inc. is the new tenant in Suite 3 at 821 E. Windsor Avenue in Elkhart. The company, which leased 2,400 SF in the industrial flex building, develops investigative procedures in biomedical research. Pete Letherman, SIOR, CCIM, assisted the landlord, HFT Realty, and Scott Griffith assisted Catalloid Products in the lease.
9-4-2018 -- The Energy Well is the new tenant in the back portion of the retail building at 2823 Gateway Drive in Goshen. Expanding into a second location, The Energy Well offers healthy meals and options in the form of the smoothies and beyond. The 1,170 SF retail store will co-tenant with Cricket Wireless along US 33 on the south side of the city. FM Stone’s Scott Griffith assisted in the deal.
8-2-2018 -- Miller Door & Trim is the new owner of the 43,050 SF industrial building at 2249 Lincolnway East in Goshen. The company, founded in 1965, provides millwork – both stock and custom – to area homeowners and builders. Miller Door & Trim purchased the building from Rae Johnston. The purchase allows the company to expand its business in a brand new location. Miller Door & Trim expects to move out of its old building at 1702 East Monroe in Goshen sometime this summer. FM Stone Broker Scott Griffith assisted in the sale.
6-13-2018 -- The City of Goshen is the new owner of the indoor shooting range at 713 & 715 E. Lincoln Avenue in Goshen. The property, known previously as Shoot to Thrill shooting range and Rocket Guns, has three buildings totaling 11,632 SF on 1.08 acres. The city intends to have the shooting range used by the Goshen police department which has not had access to its own dedicated range in over 20 years. The police department will also use the other buildings for training and educational purposes.
The sale was endorsed by the Goshen police at a September 2017 Goshen City Council meeting. At that time Goshen Police Chief Wade Branson said the opportunity was “a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to obtain a high-tech training facility that includes a firing range at, I believe, an extremely reduced price. I think if this chance goes by us, we will never, ever, have this opportunity again.” The city purchased the property, which is estimated to cost $1.5 million to build, for $385,000. FM Stone’s Brent Miller, SIOR, and Scott Griffith assisted in the sale.