Current Development News

We are working on several development projects in 2020.
Below is a list of what we are working on in Green Township.

“Under Construction” – Coming Soon!
Tri-Health – 90,000 square foot office & Oncology Center doubling their size
Jets Pizza
Traditions of North Bend

“In the Pipeline”

BW3 Restaurant
Superior Credit Union
Hampton Inn & Suites
Airy Hills premiere senior living facility ($28 million)

“Gateways”
North Bend Road completion late winter 2020 – Including landscaping & stone wayfinding signage
matching the Green Township brand for residents & visitors.
Harrison/Rybolt/I-74 completion Phase 1, late 2020 – Same landscaping & signage branding township.

North Bend Road /I74 Brigde

“Parks & Recreation”

 Boskin Park – New Playground & Picnic Area completed
Kuliga Park – Master Plan to include walking trail, restrooms, pavilion/stage, pickleball, tennis court updates
Connector Road has been completed and parcels acquired to accommodate master plan.

“Sidewalks/Bike Trail” 

Study potential for sidewalks to connect neighborhoods, community will be invited to participate.

Increasing parking lot on Hutchinson by 60% to accommodate the successful bike trail.

Connect Wesselman Rd, Eagles Lake Condos to Veterans Park.

Leverage Harrison Avenue improvements to build super sidewalks for safe pedestrian connectivity.

As redevelopment occurs look for opportunity to connect trail and sidewalks to public parks, etc.

 

“Road Infrastructure” 

Cheviot Road widening completed with new LED lighting and intersection improved with mast arms.

Harrison Avenue repaved from Rybolt to Wesselman with drainage issues repaired – completed 

Harrison Avenue widening, intersection improvement with mast arms, decorative lighting – 2020-2021

Received OKI funding for sidewalk construction on Colerain Avenue. Streetscape plan will be completed with cooperation
from the Mt Airy Neighborhood Council & Colerain Township to provide a consistent theme along the corridor. 

Our Economic Development Plan
1. “Seeks new to market retailers in Western Hamilton County to provide better retail choices to improve the quality of life for our residents.”
2. “Strategically invest TIF funds to provide job opportunities, tax revenue, and new investment in our community.”
3. “Recruit and retain businesses to keep taxes low and provide outstanding services to our residents and visitors.”  

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