Middleton Place is located just inside the I-270 outer belt at 7100 N. High Street (Rt. 23) in Worthington, convenient to banks, restaurants, hotels, shopping, medical facilities, bus line, bike trail, parks, Worthington Rec Community Center. It offers high visibility and proximity to considerable single and multi-family residential and senior housing.
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION!
- Ample free parking for tenants, clients and visitors. We have 12 spaces next to our entrances for visitors only, which provides our medical tenants quick access to patients now using their cars as waiting rooms.
- Dentist, orthodontics, attorneys, family physician, physical therapy, chiropractor, mammography, psychologist, speech therapist, real estate, accountant, insurance, bank, oil & gas, consultants.
- Two fiber-optic providers available. Standard internet services are also available from several providers.
- Each suite has its own thermostatically controlled HVAC system with fresh air mixing in from the roof.
- No ducted shared air with any other tenants.
- Windows with screens for added fresh air.
- Block, brick, steel building with 4” concrete between floors and 20” exterior walls.
- Fully sprinklered building
- Security system with interior and exterior cameras. 24/7/365 access.
- Locked public bathrooms. Tenants receive a code for staff, clients and visitors to enter.
- Centrally located elevator.
- Interior bike rack
- ADA compliant
- 850 S.F. – 5000 S.F.
In 1959, Richard and Barbara Middleton Chakroff purchased a large colonial home on five acres in the country north of Worthington, Ohio to raise their growing family. Over the years since, the kids grew up and left to pursue their own careers, lives and families. The city grew, with commercial development pushing north along Route 23 spurred primarily by construction of the I-270 Outerbelt around the Columbus area. The property soon became incompatible as a single-family home.
On four acres behind the original home, which contained a barn and apple orchard, the Chakroffs built the Melbourne Village senior independent living complex. Later, Richard Chakroff built the Middleton Place office building and suites on the lot facing Route 23. Today, Middleton Place is managed by Chris Chakroff, who continues the family’s vision for quality office space and personal service in the Worthington community.