UF startup and UF Innovate | Sid Martin Biotech alum AxoGen, a medical devices manufacturer, has purchased a Vandalia building and land for $5 million for nerve graft work. AxoGen Inc., its principal executive office located in Alachua, bought the 2,400-square-foot building at 913 Industrial Park for $5 million, Montgomery County property records show.
Just over eight acres of land was also part of the purchase.
“The company completed the acquisition of a facility near our current leased facility in Dayton, Ohio, where we will transition our existing processing to support our long-term capacity needs,” AxoGen Inc. said in a release earlier this month.
The company has had a presence in Dayton for about three years, working in the Community Blood Center in downtown Dayton, where AxoGen employees lease space, said Diane Wilson, the center’s chief operating officer.
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