Just in! Higher Gravity announces Neighborhoods at Summit Park location
The Neighborhoods at Summit Park has its first business tenant, Higher Gravity. The bar, with over 400 types of beer, will be located in the first phase of the development designated "The Approach."
"We are excited to welcome Higher Gravity as the first retail tenant in the Approach at Summit Park," said Blue Ash Economic Development Director Neil Hensley. "As residents begin moving into the $50 million project in April, we believe Higher Gravity will add to the dynamism and excitement we have seen building in the Summit Park District." Read more in the Cincinnati Business Courier.
The Approach is close to completion
One of the most anticipated projects in Blue Ash is about to open.
The Approach is part of phase one
of the Neighborhoods at Summit Park. It is expected to open in April.
The Approach's resident amenities include a clubhouse, pool, fitness center, and coffee bar. Prices start at $1,130 for a studio apartment to $2,400 for a three bedroom residence per month. Call 513-703-0702 or visit
ApproachSummit.com for more information.
WCPO recently aired a news segment on the resort-inspired community featuring Blue Ash Economic Development Director Neil Hensley.
Watch it here.
For more information on how you can live, work and play at this outstanding location,
Blue Ash business highlights
River City Mortgage held a
grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new headquarters in Blue Ash on January 16. The company will have 75 jobs located in Blue Ash and expects to add dozens more through the year as it expands across the country.
Premier Blue Ash office space is
featured in the news
. Companies looking for large office space should look no further than the former Sharon Woods Innovation Center in Blue Ash. The former P&G campus offers a unique redevelopment opportunity, according to the Cincinnati Business Courier.
The top 5 things to watch in Blue Ash in 2020 are the opening of the Hamilton County Crime Lab, expanding employment opportunities, Oakwood Park renovations, the return of big events (SummitFest and Red, White & Blue Ash), and the Neighborhoods at Summit Park, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer.
Read the full article here.
Roundabout opens to traffic
The roundabout on Glendale-Milford Road in front of Summit Park is now open. Blue Ash Police are participating in a unique outreach campaign where they are handing out educational "tickets" to motorists who may not be familiar with driving on a roundabout.
Learn more here.
A moratorium on Downtown development was extended at the December 12 City Council meeting.
Council members and city administrators are taking an in-depth look and plan to discuss options at the February 13 City Council meeting.