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Ohio River Corridor, LLC is a commercial real estate service company that specializes in site selection along the Ohio River from Monaca, Pennsylvania, home of the Shell Polymers facility, downriver to Southpointe, Ohio and Parkersburg, West Virginia. Our service region includes eastern Ohio and West Virginia along the Ohio River (and globally through our NAI Global affiliation).
We can assist with acquisition, disposition, and development of commercial real estate and we work with public and private economic development agencies to gain available assistance throughout Ohio and West Virginia.
Bryce Custer, SIOR, CCIM, is also a licensed broker in Ohio and West Virginia with NAI Spring, NAI Spring is a market-leading, full-service commercial real estate brokerage doing business in Stark and surrounding Ohio Counties for over 60 years. Our deep ties in the community combined with our extensive knowledge of the local market has earned us reputation as a trusted source for commercial real estate services in NE Ohio and West Virginia.
Our affiliation with the NAI Global Network provides access to over 7,000 commercial market leaders from over 400 offices worldwide. Custer is also members of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors that provides access to the top 3,100 commercial real estate professionals across the country and around the world. In addition to being an SIOR Custer is also a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM).
We are the preferred source for commercial real estate services along the Ohio River corridor in Ohio, West Virginia and Pennsylvania and are recognized as the experts in the area of petrochemical, plastics energy services & derivative industries for site selection and consultation throughout the Appalachian Basin.
Ohio River Corridor, LLC is here to help you navigate the area and everything it has to offer. We recognized many years ago the corridor contained an abundance of dry gas, wet gas, hydrocarbons and ethane. Hydraulic fracturing made these deposits accessible. We’re on the forefront of developing a new Plastics Belt in the region. We stand ready to help a new generation of plastics manufacturers and suppliers make Ohio, West Virginia and the Ohio River Corridor their home too.