Huber Heights has a plan for Brandt Pike to improve the roadway, transit stops, pedestrian environment, traffic flow, overall aesthetics and add bike facilities.
These improvements and others hopefully would spur redevelopment and draw new investment like new senior and multi-family housing along the busy corridor, according to a recent presentation by city staff.
The city — known for its large concentration of brick homes — is growing, but housing has not kept up with demand, and some single-family homes along Brandt Pike need demolished or converted into multi-family or office uses, according to a recently completed study.
For a look at the full report, go HERE.
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