Miami Twp. has approved a plan expected to bring more restaurants to Austin Landing. NICK BLIZZARD/STAFF

Austin Landing gets green light for more restaurant sites

A building designed to house three restaurants near The Park at Austin Landing may be under construction this spring.

Miami Twp. trustees Tuesday night voted 2-0 to allow a zoning change for the plan that calls for a 19,567 square foot building immediately north of the park.

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The building – which will include outdoor areas facing the park for all three spaces - is the second in as many months proposed by Austin Landing developer VisCap Development to gain township approval.

In March, trustees voted in favor a nearly 10,000 square foot site designed to house three or four restaurants and retail tenants, said VisCap President Larry Dillin.

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Dillin has yet to announce which restaurants will occupy the sites. The two buildings are part of $45 million plan for new construction at the 142-acre, mixed-use development within the next two years, Dillin has said.

Dillin has said he expects both sites to be built and have tenants by early 2018, if not sooner.


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