Vol. 4, Issue 2 | Summer 2015
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Denise Hamet

Denise Hamet
Economic Development Director
deniseha@cityofmiddletown.org
513.425.7847

Matt Eisenbraun

Matt Eisenbraun
Economic Development
Assistant Director
matte@cityofmiddletown.org
513.705.1608

Larry Mulligan Jr., Mayor
Dora Bronston, Council Member
Anita Scott Jones, Council Member
Joe Mulligan, Council Member
Daniel Picard, Council Member
Amy Schenck, Clerk of Council
Doug Adkins, City Manager

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Renaissance District

Nicholas Place Construction is Under Way

Nicholas Place construction site

Developers of the $20 million Nicholas Place Luxury Apartments project have received final approval from the Middletown Planning Commission, broken ground and are now under construction on their 22-acre, 216-unit complex along South Towne Boulevard. These will be the first new upscale market-rate apartments to be built in Middletown in more than 30 years and represent a solid investment in the City’s Renaissance District. The Fred Burns Builder Development Team will provide on-site property management as owner/operator of the new community.

Fischer Homes Renaissance Community Moving to Phase II

Fischer Renaissance Community model

Middletown’s Planning Commission has also approved Fischer Homes’ plan to build 78 patio homes as the second phase for its Renaissance development. The updated plan includes more open space and a commitment by Fischer to extend and connect roadways to surrounding thoroughfares. Located between SR 122 and Hendrickson Road east of the Interstate 75/SR 122 interchange, about a quarter of the 550 planned homes have been built, with an average price of $265,000.

Atrium Medical Center Continues to Grow and Expand

Cincinnati Eye Institute Moving to Campus

Atrium Medical Center

Cincinnati Eye Institute (CEI) and Premier Health have announced that a new 17,000-square-foot building will be constructed on the Atrium Medical Center campus, a $4.5 million investment that will retain and create jobs. The building will house services provided by CEI, who will lease the building from Atrium Medical Center, moving their practice from their current Middletown location and doubling their space.

Marking its 70th anniversary, CEI, one of the nation’s largest private ophthalmology practices, will complement well the array of services provided at the medical campus. Construction is to begin in October, with completion anticipated summer 2016.

Wound Center to Open in August

The new Wound Care Center and Hyperbaric Services at Middletown’s Atrium Medical Center is slated to open this August in the professional office building adjacent to the hospital. The Premier Health network has partnered with the national company Healogics to make it happen, bringing in seven new jobs, including physicians from a number of disciplines, and an estimated $1 million economic investment to our City.

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