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Austin Landing’s future includes more restaurants, retail

Austin Landing’s developer says a three-year plan at the Miami Twp. mixed-use complex will include tens of millions of dollars in investments with more restaurants and retail outlets, and an increasing focus on pedestrian access.

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Austin Landing’s developer is proposing new buildings around the complex’s park. NICK BLIZZARD/STAFF (Staff Writer)

The plan estimated at $45 million includes as many as three new buildings around Austin Landing’s park, an area VisCap Development President Larry Dillin said he wants emphasize more as a centerpiece of activity at the sprawling mixed use complex off Interstate 75.

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Dillin said he wants to “promote a pedestrian-oriented environment” at Austin Landing, where the completion of three multi-million projects this year are expected to increase vehicle traffic.

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