About the Development
The 98-acres next to Summit Park will become a mixed-use development called “The Neighborhoods of Summit Park.” The project includes single and multi-family residential, office space, commercial space, hotels, and other infrastructure. Developer Al.Neyer closed on the former airport runway parcel in May 2017 and received final approval for the development of mixed-use and senior-living in January 2018. The most up-to-date information about the development will be located on their website.
Goals for the plan include:
- Leverage the value of Summit Park
- Create a diverse mix of uses with shared infrastructure
- Create a walkable/bikeable street network
- Provide multiple ways to get around
- Establish a sufficient critical mass of residents
- Connect to surrounding development areas and the City
The development has been divided into the following four sections:
The District: A vibrant mixed-use center with a strong employment focus.
Carver Woods: An existing office park with space for additional Class A offices, restaurants and retail, and a connection between the Reed Hardman Highway & Summit Park. This is also the future home of the Hamilton County Crime Lab.
Parkside: A mix of residential, office, senior living, and supportive retail.
The Daventry: A timeless residential neighborhood boasting views of Summit Park and the Blue Ash Golf Course.
The first phase of the project, the Daventry, will be the construction of 104 single-family homes on 33 acres of the property. M/I Homes is the homebuilder for the project. The plans will include a wide variety of home styles to make the neighborhood look and feel unique. The homes will be within walking distance of the park and all of its amenities.Additional Resources: Presentation at the 12-14-17 City Council Meeting PowerPoint presented at the 8-4-16 Planning Commission Meeting