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June 2017

Al. Neyer, Vandercar Break Ground in Blue Ash

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Monday June 26, 2017

Al. Neyer, Vandercar Break Ground in Blue Ash

Photo Credit: Joe Simon

Construction of the 110-acre office, residential, and retail destination next to Summit Park in Blue Ash is finally underway. The monumental groundbreaking took place on June 7 with Blue Ash Mayor Lee Czerwonka and co-developer Vandercar Holdings joining Al. Neyer to celebrate the moment.

The Neighborhoods at Summit Park will combine Class A office, two national-brand hotels, dining and retail, luxury apartments, single-family homes, and senior living within four distinct neighborhoods. Al. Neyer is working with Vandercar as co-master developers for the project, and partners M/I Homes and The Fortus Group will develop the single family and multi-unit residential portions.

The vision for the development is to connect all phases of life where each can live, work, and play. The project intends to bring a sense of urban walkability to one of Cincinnati’s greatest suburban communities nearly 20 miles north of Cincinnati’s city center.

M/I Homes is swiftly making progress on the 104-home portion of the community. The remaining 98 acres of land is still in its first phase of development as the old runway is removed.

More about the Neighborhoods at Summit Park here and here.


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