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$55 Million Mixed-Use Blue Ash Project Lands Key Approval

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Friday September 8, 2017

$55 Million Mixed-Use Blue Ash Project Lands Key Approval

The Neighborhoods at Summit Park

From Tom Demeropolis at the Cincinnati Business Courier:

The first phase of the redevelopment of the former Blue Ash airport into the Neighborhoods at Summit Park has landed a key approval.

The District, the first commercial phase of the development near the intersection of Glendale Milford Road and Reed Hartman Highway, received approval for the mixed-use block from Blue Ash Planning and Zoning Commission. The project, which is being developed by Al Neyer, Vandercar Holdings LLC and Fortus Group, is expected to be a $50 million to $55 million development.

The commission voted unanimously to approve the final development plan.

Tom Wilson, director of real estate development at Al Neyer, said the reception for the project was very positive overall.

“This is really a signature building for the entrance into the development,” Wilson told me.

More from Tom Demeropolis at the Cincinnati Business Courier here.


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