DAYTON, OH—HFF has just been named byDunkirk Realty, Ltd. to market for sale itsKettering Tower, a 495,558-square-foot, class A office tower inDayton's central business district. The Long Island, NY-basedDunkirk bought the tower, the city's tallest, in 2012 and soonlaunched a renovation. The building had been placed in receivershipin 2010.

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Kettering Tower sits on a two-acre site at 40 N. Main St. justacross from the Schuster Performing Arts Centerand within blocks of the Dayton Regional TransitAuthority hub, Great Miami River RecreationalTrail and the Dayton Convention Center.Originally built in 1971, the building is leased to such tenants asJPMorgan Chase, the Dayton RacquetClub, Rogers & Greenburg,Thorn Lewis + Duncan, and PickrellSchaeffer & Ebeling, all of which have resided theresince its opening.

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Building amenities include an eight-level, 460-space connectedgarage, and a Chase Bank branch, tenant loungeareas, a restaurant and bar, optometrist and men's clothing store,all located in the lobby. On the upper floors tenants have accessto a conference center, cafeteria and the racquet club. Thisoffering also includes a surface parking lot, which a new ownercould also redevelop.

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Director Ken Martin leads the HFF investmentsales team representing Dunkirk and Dave Kellercan arrange acquisition financing. Colliers International'sPaul Miller is the Ohio broker of record.

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Brian J. Rogal

Brian J. Rogal is a Chicago-based freelance writer with years of experience as an investigative reporter and editor, most notably at The Chicago Reporter, where he concentrated on housing issues. He also has written extensively on alternative energy and the payments card industry for national trade publications.