BEAVERCREEK — A new retail building is under development for a lot along Dayton Xenia Road in Beavercreek.
According to city documents, the building would be a 7,440-square-foot multi-tenant facility near the intersection of North Fairfield Road and Dayton Xenia Road. The building, which is anticipated to have four leasable tenant spaces, would be constructed on about 1 acre of currently vacant land near the southwest corner of the intersection, according to city documents.
The project is being developed by Synergy & Mills Development.
Beavercreek Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on the project at its meeting Wednesday night.
Cottages of Beavercreek
Commissioners will also pick up consideration of a housing plan that drew opposition at the Commission’s May meeting.
Neighbors of the proposed site near Straight Arrow Road and Weber Drive packed the city’s council chambers at that meeting to voice opposition to the Cottages of Beavercreek plan, which would see the construction of 94 “empty nester type” homes on a 20-acre strip near County Line Road, according to Charlie Simms, owner of Charles Simms Development.
At that hearing, commissioners voted to table a rezoning vote on the issue after about an hour of public input, largely in opposition to the development.
According to city documents, over the last month the applicant met with some of the interested neighbors and, “While they are not in total agreement, the applicant has stated that he has been able to accommodate many of their concerns.”
The Lux at Beavercreek
Commissioners will also hold a public hearing on a multi-family residential facility planned for the northeast intersection of Hibiscus Way and Park Overlook Drive. According to city documents, the Lux at Beavercreek facility would have 100 residential units.
The planned 142,000-square-foot facility is being developed by Anderson Birkla Investment Partners.
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