The developers of the Kenwood/Cooper Corner, now dubbed “the BLUE”, are hosting an open house on Monday, March 7, 2022, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. in City Council Chambers, 4343 Cooper Road. Interested citizens are invited to attend to learn more about the project and offer feedback. Representatives from Circle Development will be on hand with renderings and details of the proposed mixed-use project and will answer questions. More: www.blueash.com/news
The Administration and developers updated City Council on the Kenwood and Cooper project during the January 13 Council meeting. You can listen to the presentation on the City of Blue Ash’s YouTube channel.
Blue Ash City Council met in August for a work session to hear more information about Circle Development’s proposal for the property on the northeast corner of Kenwood and Cooper Roads. TLDR: After a market analysis, the developer took out plans for a hotel and replaced it with additional space for entertainment, retail, and small offices. The City’s planning consultant testified that the proposal was obviously designed to meet the City’s Downtown Strategy Plan that Council approved last year.
The City did a great job getting the word out about this meeting including it in their News and Information email the next week. You can read their coverage and watch a video of the work session with all of the details. Don’t get the News and Information email from Blue Ash? Sign up here.
The City of Blue Ash has published the photos and a video of the development concept presented to City Council by Circle Development. They also published an article confirming my reports from the mid-April council meeting. Be sure to check it out – it includes a timeline for Town Square park updates.
Representatives of Raymond Schneider’s Circle Development made a presentation to Blue Ash City Council on April 8 about proposed project at the corner of Kenwood and Cooper Roads (Hosbrook Property and Ringo Lanes). The clearest news came with so many qualifiers and maybes that the final outcome is little more than a guess. However, the information presented did reveal the developer’s wishes and is a starting point for the discussion. Read on to learn what is known now and where the process goes from here.Read More
The agenda for the next City Council meeting includes a presentation about Downtown Development by representatives of Circle Development, action involving executing contracts for both the annual road paving program and the roundabouts to be constructed on Plainfield Road and adjacent to SR 126, and other business. The meeting will be at 7:00 in Council Chambers. The city will not be live-streaming the meeting. Read on if you want to know if your street is on the listed proposed to be paved this year.Read More