Nearly four years after the modernization of the Interstate 70/I-75 interchange was finished, communities surrounding the project are still reaping the benefits.
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Some of the businesses who have moved into or started construction projects in Vandalia or Butler Twp. within the last five years:
*Independent Can Company started construction on its new 98,000-square-foot warehouse on Peters Pike in Vandalia. The purchase cost was less than $200,000.
*Progressive Insurance built its 16,000-square-foot service center at 8090 N. Dixie Drive in Butler Township. The project cost $2.1 million.
*The 11,610-square-foot Pilot Flying J Travel Center opened up at 175 Northwoods Blvd. in Vandalia. Project cost was $8.25 million.
*Construction started on White Castle’s 75,000-square-foot frozen facility on Peters Pike in Vandalia. The project will take a total investment of $22.5 million over four years in two phases. The initial phase is estimated at $18.3 million.
*Scene 75 opened its $5 million entertainment center at 6196 Poe Ave. Square-footage is 124,000.
*The $6 million Carter Express facility opened in Vandalia. The project included a 100,000-square-foot trucking facility.
*Miami Valley Hydro moved into a 4,000-square-foot building at 8220 North Dixie in Butler Twp.