The 2017 study showed the area could support both a shopping center and about 300 units of apartments, townhouses, patio homes and brownstones.
“We’re very excited about the project,” Centerville Mayor Brooks Compton said then.
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Thanks to council’s approval, the study will be included in the Create the Vision land use plan, a joint effort by Centerville and Washington Twp. to preserve the residential character of the two entities, while “encouraging the development of existing commercial areas as mixed-use centers,’ city officials said.
Centerville Place is currently a 325,000 square-foot shopping strip that houses businesses like Bath and Body Works, Great Clips, Starbucks, Kroger Marketplace and other retailers.
Potential redevelopment plans show a small stage or platform toward the entrance to the development, surrounded by existing and new retailers.
A city spokeswoman said they will release more information about the proposal at the City Council meeting Monday evening.
Austin Landing is a large mixed-use development along Interstate 75 in Miami Twp. The development is anchored by Kohl’s, Kroger and Field & Stream and contains several restaurants, professional companies and a movie theater.
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