We understand that as a retail establishment you are working on a very tight schedule. From retail strip centers to restaurants to car washes, Vancon can deliver the project on time and on budget. We offer the flexibility to build not only a retail center shell but also the interior tenant fit-ups.
Located on Feedwire road just off Wilmington Pike in Sugarcreek Township, this 18,450 SF retail strip center was design by K4 Architecture and was built by Vancon for Bear Creek Capital of Montgomery, Ohio.
Working with both the developer, Ashford Development, and Starbucks corporate, Vancon converted a 2630 SF bank building into the newest and largest Starbucks in the Dayton area seating 42 people in the main building with an additional 6 tables outside.
Fifth Third Bank is recognized as the leading regional bank in the nation. With an aggressive 80-day construction schedule and stringent quality standards, Fifth Third Bank can only afford to hire the best general contractors available.
One of several project for south Dayton based Ashford Development, this 16,000 SF shopping center was built with structural steel, masonry, and EIFS with a EPDM roof system.
One of Dayton’s most recognizable names in Fine Diamonds has a new home. Early on, Vancon worked with Stafford’s to find a suitable site near their existing location.
Located in just off State Route 741 on Cobblegate Drive, The Four seasons car wash is a 4,374 SF wood framed and masonry building that has five self serve bays, two touchless automatic bays, and a convenient vending area.
Located in one of the fastest growing retail/restaurant areas in Dayton, York Commons Retail Center is a 6,000 SF multi-tenant retail building featuring a dining patio.
Located just south of I-275 near the Cincinnati Mills Mall in Forest Park, Ohio this 2,000 SF shell building was built for a developer to Starbucks requirements.
Located on Far Hills in Washington Township, Ohio this shopping center project involved demolition of an existing structure and restoration of a 1,452 square foot building.