100 North Summit Street
Toledo, OH 43604
Spanning an entire city block and overlooking the Maumee River, the 12 buildings and 250 on-site parking spaces that encompass Fort Industry Square land at the intersection of popular dining, shopping and various consumer services, and offers commercial tenants and residents sweeping views of the city and river from sunrise to sunset. Featuring over 80,000 square feet of Class A commercial space located along the 485 feet of first floor storefront, Fort Industry Square delivers a curated mix of dining, services and retail to the downtown market. Each of the 85 well-appointed, for-lease residences comes standard with custom-designed fixtures and finishes that bring a timeless finesse to each individual living space.
Fort Industry was originally erected in 1794 by General Anthony Wayne as a safeguard against the British. United States troops occupied the area of Fort Industry Square until British troops evacuated northwestern posts in 1796 by the establishment of Jay’s Treaty with Great Britain. In 1805, Fort Industry was the location of the treaty negotiation, extinguishing the Indian title to all the western part of the reserve known as the Fire Lands. The land was granted by Connecticut to those affected by fires started by British troops in the Revolutionary War. Fort Industry Square was then erected and reinforced in the mid-1800s.
See our award-winning work.