ICP Success Stories

Our Commercial Real Estate Projects

ICP focuses on finding real solutions that provide growth opportunities, cost savings and creative inspiration for our clients. Whether acquiring, preserving or redeveloping commercial real estate, we ensure that the properties we develop are both beautiful and effective for the business that will be growing in them. 

Goodyear HQ & The East End
Soon after ICP acquired the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company campus, Phase I construction began on the new, 642,000-square-foot Goodyear World Headquarters and was completed in 2013. The new headquarters includes a parking structure, as well the revitalization of certain other buildings on Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company’s campus.
Former GM Research/Tech Center
General Motor’s bankruptcy in 2009 left vacancies throughout the country, including the manufacturing and assembly plant known as Pontiac Centerpoint Campus Central and West. The 1.2 million-square-foot former engineering building was completed in 1994 and included office and light industrial.
Former American Greetings Headquarters
In 2014, American Greetings began transitioning their headquarters to a newly built headquarters location in another suburb, vacating a 1.6 million square foot industrial and office campus.  Over 2,000 people had been employed at the facility and the income tax revenue loss had a detrimental impact on the city of Brooklyn, Ohio.
Former General Motors Assembly Plant
General Motors (GM), one of America’s top automotive manufacturers, shut down its Moraine assembly plant in 2008, devastating over 2,000 workers as well as the local economy. GM’s 3.9-million-square-foot campus, located on over 200 acres, remained vacant until 2011 when a GM bankruptcy agreement made it available for purchase.
Former Ford Motor Company Transmission Plant in Batavia, Ohio
In 2008, Ford Motor Company closed its transmission plant in Batavia, Ohio, vacating their 1.8 million-square-foot campus. This closure resulted in the loss of over 1,700 jobs, delivering an economic blow to the community and the region.
Former Randall Park Mall, North Randall, Ohio
Randall Park Mall, built in 1976, was once known as the world’s largest indoor mall. As many traditional shopping malls fell into decline, Randall Park's spiraling occupancy during the nineties, resulted in its closure in 2009. The 2,000,000-square-foot vacant building continually deteriorated and became an eyesore in the community.
Xerox Build to Suit
In search of greater efficiency and more square footage, ComDoc approached ICP about available space in our portfolio that could accommodate the consolidation of their 4 locations.
Former Chevy Plant, Parma Ohio
General Motors closed the 575,000-square-foot former Chevy Transmission Plant in 2011. A local ownership group acquired the building in May of 2011 and the property housed various tenants over the last decade without significant improvements and never reaching full occupancy.
Highland Business Park – Former City View Center in Garfield Heights.
Diebold Nixdorf’s Headquarters Relocation and Sale/Leaseback
American Axle Campus – Acquisition and New Construction
Jade-Sterling Steel Co. Inc.
Amazon Last Mile Facility, Brooklyn Ohio
Industrial Commercial Properties LLC
6110 Parkland Blvd.
Cleveland, Ohio 44124
Phone: 440-539-1046


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