$80 million upscale apartments proposed at former Sycamore Township mobile home park
Downtown Cincinnati-based CIG Communities LLC is requesting Sycamore Township change the zoning of a 17.5-acre parcel at 11604 Grooms Road from light industrial to multifamily so it can develop about 392 units on the property.
What was formerly a mobile home park and boat dealership would become “an upscale multifamily development” with “a full amenity package,” according to paperwork filed with the township’s zoning commission. The amenity package would include a large clubhouse, coffee bar, game room, personal workstations, fitness center, golf simulator and a pet spa. Fusaro said a dog park would also be built.
The apartments would be spread across nine buildings designed in a modern farmhouse style, according to the paperwork, with a freestanding clubhouse. There would also be surface parking lots. Apartment units would be between 500 square feet to over 1,300 square feet for a three-bedroom unit.
If approved, CIG would partner with the Kleingers Group as the project’s civil engineer. Group 4 Design, based in Jacksonville, Fla., would be the architect.
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