Originally constructed in the 1960’s, 7900 Rockville was originally operated by RCA as a manufacturing facility for radios and stereo systems. The building is now multi-tenanted with distribution and manufacturing/assembly uses.


Use: Office and warehouse facility
Stories: One-story
Site Size: 34 acres
Building Size: 626,275 square feet
Construction: Original building is steel-framed with concrete block walls; exterior walls are a combination of painted concrete block and metal panel siding; office walls are faced with brick veneer and strip windows.
Year Built/Renovated: 1996
Roof: Stone-ballasted, single-ply Carlisle membrane roof system
Clear Height: 18 to 20 feet in warehouse and manufacturing buildings
Bay Size: 40 feet by 40 feet
Loading: 39 tailboard loading docks with levelers and shelters, one drive in door from ramp
HVAC: Office areas have roof mounted HVAC units, suspended gas-fired unit heaters in warehouse
Fire Protection: Wet and dry sprinkler systems throughout
Fire Alarm: Fully operational fire alarm system
Electric: 2,500, 3,000 and 4,000-amp main services, 480/277-volt 3-ph. 4 wire, small Onan generator for EM, lights.
Utilities: Public water, sewer drainage, Citizen’s Gas, electric supply by Indianapolis Power & Light.
Rail Service: Available with rail sidings on site
Parking: 372 spots
Elevator: Hydraulic chair lift provides access to the 2004 addition