|Mega mall being built in West Chester, Ohio.|
As I passed through Liberty Way, this afternoon, I happen to notice this huge development being built near Interstate 75. I happened to take a glace at the billboard near the property and saw that it's going to be a shopping mall.
Liberty Township and West Chester Township is located in Butler County, Ohio. It's a growing area.
The area is represented by the Weeper of the House John Boehner (R-OH) and establishment lawmaker Steve Chabot (R-OH). It's a heavily favored Republican area. It's an area surround by sprawl. About 46% of Butler County and 49% of Warren County have been urbanized.
The area's population has spiked. The region is located between the Dayton and Cincinnati area. The area is probably one of the fastest growing in the state. Columbus, Ohio is by far the only region to see a spike in major growth.
Liberty Center is being built between Interstate 75 and Ohio State Route 129. It will be the newest mega mall to hit the area. The arrivals of the Cincinnati Premium Outlet Mall and Miami Valley Gaming have benefited Butler and Warren Counties reasonably well.
The project is being sponsored by Steiner + Associates. According to the website, Liberty Center's dynamic and appealing combination of luxurious live, work and play options is destined to leave an indelible mark on the region.
Poised to emerge as the premiere mixed-use development in greater Cincinnati, Liberty Center co-developers Steiner + Associates and Bucksbaum Retail Properties are thinking big. Set to open in 2015, the first phase of the project will include approximately 1.2 million square feet of diverse and dynamic retail, dining and entertainment options, including 75,000 square feet of Class A Office, 98,000 square feet of restaurant and dining, 250,000 square feet of upscale residential, a 67,000 square-foot cinema and a 125-key hotel.
|Residents were told to bounce. The property was sold to Steiner - Associates. The mall is coming.|
The Towne Mall is considered dead. It's located in Middletown, Ohio.
It's going to hit the Dayton Mall, Tri County Mall and Forest Fair Valley Mall. The suburban residents are going to avoid the suburbs.
They might as well just stay in their community developments.
The Greater Cincinnati marketplace includes 2.2 million residents, making it the largest in the State of Ohio. Within that market, perhaps no single region is hotter or more desirable than the young, affluent, and fast-growing communities of North Cincinnati.
The North Cincinnati communities of Liberty Township, Mason, and West Chester that surround Liberty Center are ideally situated at the center of the high growth I-75 corridor that connects Cincinnati and Dayton and are consistently ranked by the national media as top places to live and raise a family.
Bracketed by 280,000 square feet of anchor retail, Liberty Center features approximately 364,000 square feet of multi-level inline specialty retail fronting parks and a series of retail and restaurant pavilions.
Tree-lined pedestrian walkways bisect the site. The project’s dynamic and appealing combination of luxurious live, work and play options is destined to leave an indelible mark on the region.
Your thoughts on it!
Steiner + Associates have built the Easton Town Center in Columbus and The Greene in Dayton.