Tuesday, 04 March 2014 23:33

Ypsilanti, MI, Shop Expands its Operations to Scio Township

Heritage Collision and Frame, a 30-year-old, family-owned collision and repair shop in Ypsilanti, MI, is expanding its operations into Scio Township, just beyond the Ann Arbor, MI, border. Heritage Collision and Frame—which originated in Garden City, MI, but has called Ypsilanti its home for the last 10 years—recently purchased a specially-zoned property at 6550 Jackson Road. The facility is located about a mile west of Zeeb Road. The 6,672-square-foot building had been on the market since November 2013, but, up until that time, it was occupied simultaneously by a trucking company and a paving company.

Grant Hatchard, the late owner of Grant’s Automotive, owned the building and operated out of the facility before his wife took ownership following his death in 2011. Charlie Koenn, the selling agent, said that the building was sold to Heritage for just less than its US$240,000 listing price, but it was a sought-after property because of its unique zoning. “It’s zoned for outside storage and auto repair, and there are plenty of businesses around that would like a building like that,” Koenn said.