Chris Semarjian, Owner of ICP discusses Babcock & Wilcox moving headquarters, local operations to Akron’s East End

By Jim Mackinnon  Beacon Journal/Ohio.com  Posted Sep 24, 2018 at 9:25 AMUpdated Sep 25, 2018 at 9:09 AM B&W is taking its talents to Akron. Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises will relocate hundreds of employees from Barberton and Copley to Akron — and also move its headquarters from Charlotte, N.C., to here. B&W’s new corporate offices will be in the East End Offices, Goodyear Tire & Rubber…


Amazon plans mid-September opening for North Randall fulfillment center

NORTH RANDALL, Ohio – A few dozen public officials, economic-development leaders and journalists wound their way through Amazon’s hulking North Randall fulfillment center on Wednesday, getting an early glimpse of a logistics hub set to start humming in mid-September. The multi-level building, spanning 2.3 million square feet, stands where shoppers once milled at Randall Park Mall. Soon…


Industrial Commercial Properties LLC hosts groundbreaking ceremony for ComDoc’s new state-of-the-art headquarters and distribution center in Jackson Twp., Ohio

On Wednesday, May 30th, Industrial Commercial Properties LLC (“ICP”), a Cleveland-based commercial real estate development company, celebrated the groundbreaking of a new headquarters and distribution center for ComDoc in Jackson Twp., Ohio. ComDoc is a subsidiary of Global Imaging Systems, a Xerox company. The 107,500-square-foot future headquarters and distribution center for ComDoc will be located…


Industrial Commercial Properties LLC acquires 182 acres in Wixom, Michigan

Industrial Commercial Properties LLC (“ICP”), a Cleveland-based commercial real estate development company, has announced the acquisition of 182 acres of land in Wixom, Michigan, formerly the site of the Ford Wixom assembly plant.  The seller was Boston-based Trident Barrow. Christopher Semarjian, the owner of ICP, commented, “This is a major milestone for the continued redevelopment…



Randall Park Mall Demolition Under Way, as Crew Tears into Former Dillard’s Store

North Randall, OH, Dec. 30, 2014 /Cleveland.com/ — Developers Stuart Lichter and Chris Semarjian have acquired much of the 100-acre property through tax foreclosures, traditional purchases and deals involving the village and the Cuyahoga County Land Reutilization Corp., commonly called the Cuyahoga Land Bank. They plan to refurbish the former Sears department store and the…