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BuildingSearch.com has a wide variety of Ohio commercial real estate listings ranging from office space and retail to industrial properties. In 1803, Ohio became a state and produced seven presidents of the United States including Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford B. Hayes, and William Howard Taft. Ohio is also the home to the first airplane, created by the Wright brothers in Dayton. As of 2006, Ohio was the seventh largest state in the United States with an estimated population of 11,478,006. The economy in Ohio is based mainly on capital goods. Ohio commercial real estate is home to major producers of machines, tires and rubber products, steel, and processed foods. A major export in Ohio is automobiles. Ohio commercial real estate houses plants for Jeep, Ford and General Motors, which gives the state the seventh highest gross state product in the United States, $461.3 billion. This has created a very good commercial real estate market. Even with the poor national economy, the Ohio commercial real estate market shows positive trends. New construction of commercial office space totaled 282,000 square feet, but even with this new construction net absorption totaled 34,000 square feet of office space in Cincinnati and rising the vacancy rate from 19.4% to just 19.6%. Overall, the commercial real estate market in Ohio is weathering the storm and should start to do phenomenally in the coming months.
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